Truman State signed to Liberal Education and American’s Promise Employer Educator Compact to partner with businesses and nonprofits to ensure students have the skills they need for the workforce.
Student Senate approved two projects from the Athletic Accountability Fee Committee.
Truman State ROTC members are volunteering as mentors at the Bruce Normile Juvenile Justice Center.
Truman State hosted the Special Olympics Missouri Spring Games Saturday at Pershing Arena.
A lounge and student-occupied room flooded April 17 in Grim Hall.
Heavy rain flooded a lounge and a student-occupied room in Grim Hall April 17.
The Accelerated Bachelors of Science in Nursing program begins with its first class May 28.
The Funds Allotment Council reported that 31 groups applied for funding for fall 2013. Funding was approved for 29 groups. Senate approved $100 for Delta Sigma Pi to spend on registration fees for a conference Aug. 7 to 11 in Seattle. Senate discussed having snowcones Friday for Purple Friday and a Purple Friday [...]
Missourians for Equality collected signatures at the Medicaid expansion rally April 16 in Jefferson City.
Students awarded National Science Foundation fellowship Seniors Erin Farmer and Tyler Young were awarded the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. Farmer is a biology major from Arma, Kan. She said she plans to attend the University of Kansas to research molecular biology. Young is a computer science major from Kearney, Mo. He said he [...]
Senate discussed creating a threshold number of students for Truman at the Capitol. Senate Athletic Fee Committee recommended approving $70,000 to renovate multiple locker rooms in Pershing Building and $20,000 to replace the hammer cage net for the Track and Field team. Senate approved $250 to Student Activities Board for publicity materials. [...]