Monthly Archives: August 2014

A Typical Day at the (Vernal) Pool

Truman students pursue everything that intrigues them, like Conor Gearin, who stepped outside the walls of the classroom for an internship experience in Maine that connected his interest in science with his passion for writing. Conor Gearin, a senior at Truman State University, spent this past summer in a learning environment that elicited hands-on participation … Read More

First SPS Meeting

The first Society of Physics Students meeting is coming up this Thursday night (8/28) at 6:00 p.m. in MG 1000. Students will have pizza, talk about the upcoming year, and a few other things. Everyone is welcome! SPS will also be at the Activities Fair on Wednesday 8/27, from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. Those who […] Read More

Another MAE Student Selected for Fulbright Award

One of the current candidates for the Secondary English MAE, Mia Pohlman, has received a Fulbright Award for next year.  Hers will take her to Greece.  Mia has also been accepted into the English MA program.  She plans to work on both degrees concurrently and teach ENG 190 as a GTRA when she returns. Read More

Truman Ranked No. 2 Master’s University in the Nation

Truman State University continues to work its way closer to the top of yet another prestigious college ranking. Truman has improved to take over the No. 2 spot in the Best Master’s University category of the 2014 Washington Monthly College Rankings. Additionally, Truman was the No. 1 public school on the list and had the … Read More

Campus Interviews for Internship Opportunities

The following companies will be on campus conducting interviews with Accounting students. The deadline to apply for an interview is fast approaching, so apply today!   Deloitte                                          9/8/14 UHY               […] Read More

Psychology SRC Presentations

Spring 2014 Undergraduate Research Oral Presentations included: “Machismo and Marianismo Revisited: Language, Acculturation, and Gender Role Perceptions Among Latinos” by Analia F. Albuja. (Dr. Sherri Palmer, Faculty Mentor) “Childhood Trauma as a Postcolonial Device in The God of Small Things” by Seth A. Emery. (Dr. Hena Ahmad, Faculty Mentor) “The Efficacy of Various Bridging Stimuli During Acquisition […] Read More

Truman Students Place at National Competition

Truman State University students, Victoria Bynum, Joshua Gregg, Hailey Ketchum, Quan Luong, and Ashton Wolter represented the state of Missouri at the Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference in Nashville, TN, June 24 – 27, 2014.  These students competed in FBLA-PBL’s national business competition against state representatives from across the United […] Read More

Truman Students Place at National Competition

Truman State University students, Victoria Bynum, Joshua Gregg, Hailey Ketchum, Quan Luong, and Ashton Wolter represented the state of Missouri at the Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference in Nashville, TN, June 24 – 27, 2014.  These students competed in FBLA-PBL’s national business competition against state representatives from across the United […] Read More