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Applications Open for Counseling Master’s Programs
Truman is now accepting applications for two new master’s programs in counseling. Both the Master of Arts in Counseling: School Counseling, and the Master of Arts in Counseling: Mental Health Counseling, will begin in fall 2021.
Yardley Wins Bulldog B.I.T.E.
Logan Yardley, a senior accounting major, won the 2021 Bulldog B.I.T.E. pitch competition. He received the Cody Sumter Excellence in Entrepreneurship Award and earned a prize of $3,000 for his pitch for Receipt Hero, a business solution designed to assist construction companies with easily and conveniently collecting and sharing receipts for tax preparation.
Econ Speaker Examines Universal Basic Income
The Economics Department Speaker Series will welcome Matt Zwolinski to present about universal basic income. Zwolinski is a professor of philosophy at the University of San Diego. He is also the founder and director of USD’s Center for Ethics, Economics and Public Policy. One of Zwolinkski’s areas of expertise is universal basic income.
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