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What's Happening at Truman
Check out all the great things happening around campus and throughout our community.
Nursing Students Help Support Vaccine Clinics and School Health Screenings
The seniors in Truman’s “Rural Public Health Nursing” class have had a busy fall semester.
Tag Day Honors University Donors
Truman will celebrate Tag Day, Nov. 15.
The goal of Tag Day is to show appreciation to donors who have given back to the University, as well as to raise awareness of how they impact day-to-day life at Truman. Hundreds of items around campus will be marked with special purple tags highlighting the fact those items were made possible by a gift.
World-renowned Finance Expert to Participate in Virtual Presentation
Dr. Aswath Damodaran, an expert on equity valuation and corporate finance, will take part in a virtual meeting and presentation for the Truman community from 5-6 p.m. Nov. 16.
Olsen and Mohler Receive Innovation Awards
Sarah Mohler, assistant professor of English and director of graduate studies, and Emily Long Olsen, assistant professor of linguistics, each earned the Fall 2021 Academic Innovation Award.
Music Student Grateful for Campus Experiences
Senior Caitlin Smith has tried to make the most of every opportunity she’s had during her time at Truman. From serving as president of her sorority, to working as an orientation leader, the future music teacher has stayed active for four years.
Seventeen Students Accepted into McNair Program
Seventeen sophomores and juniors were recently accepted into the Truman McNair Scholars Program, a U.S. Department of Education TRIO initiative that recruits highly qualified students from underrepresented backgrounds to participate in undergraduate research and graduate study preparation.
Forensics Earns Multiple Awards At Tournaments
Students from Truman’s Forensics Union earned awards at two tournaments last week.
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