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    • Weekly Lunch-n-Learn Series Designed to Bring New Technology to Faculty

      February 21, 2012

      Lunch-n-Learn, a weekly lunchtime technology workshop designed for faculty to incorporate new technology in the classroom, begins Feb. 22. The Learning Technologies Team will sponsor sessions from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. on Wednesdays in Pickler Memorial Library 103. To register to attend any or all of the sessions, visit eventmanager.truman.edu. Session one will focus on Skype […]

    • All sounds good at Stokes Stadium

      September 20, 2011

      Things sound much better at Stokes Stadium this fall, thanks to a brand new sound system designed and installed by SKC Communications Products. Working together with ITS and Athletics, technicians from SKC designed the system to give optimal sound coverage for attendees of athletic events in the stands, as well as those sitting on the […]

    • Internet Upgrade Planned

      November 18, 2010

      Since early in the semester, ITS has been pursuing options for providing faster Internet access. We are pleased to announce we have successfully negotiated a 150% increase in Internet service from 100Mbps to 250Mbps. This increase will improve the quality of all Internet activities used by Truman students, faculty and staff. The order for faster […]

    • LSAT Prep Workshop Offered First Block

      August 27, 2010

      When: Fall 2010 First Block August 26-October 13 Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00-8:30 p.m. Instructor: Dr. Stuart Vorkink. Improve your LSAT score just in time for the first Law School Admissions Test of the Fall on October 9th, 2010. To Register: Go to the Cashier’s Window located on the first floor of McClain Hall and pay for the $350 the course. Or contact Dr. Hagerty for […]

    • 2010 Undergraduate Research Conference

      Merits of the Merit Plan Daniel N. Hammond Dr. John J. Quinn, Faculty Mentor Islam and Democracy in Asia: Friends or Foes Syed Muhammad M. Zaidi Dr. James T. Przybylski, Faculty Mentor Retrenchment Budgeting in Theory and Practice Cole E. Rakow Dr. Candy C. Young, Faculty Mentor

    • Ryan Mueller Inducted into Phi Beta Kappa

      Ryan Walker Mueller (2011) was inducted this last academic year into Truman’s Delta Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest Liberal Arts and Sciences Honors Society. Ryan is pictured receiving his award from Dr. Donahue, President Delta of Missouri Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa.

    • Summer Experiences

      Michael Dijak (2013) has been working with Vector Marketing, a national sales and marketing company since May 2009. He was recently promoted to Branch Manager and will be opening and running his own sales office in West Des Moines, IA for the summer. He will be the sole entrepreneur in charge of that office this summer. Michael Baharaeen (2013) is interning for U.S. Congressman Sam Graves from the Sixth Congressional […]

    • Political Science Graduates Honored at Spring 2010 Commencement

      A number of political science graduates were honored for their outstanding achievements during the Spring 2010 commencement. Those graduating with Department Honors in Political Science were:  Kailey Burger, Cole Rakow, Lindsey Gill, and Phillip Raine. Lindsey Gill was also named the Outstanding Senior in Political Science. Recipients for Departmental Honors must meet the following qualifications: […]

    • Political Science Students Association Founded

      This year marked the founding of the Political Science Student Association, a student initiated effort that focuses on offering support of all kinds to Political Science students. The PSSA provides students with resources useful to upcoming careers, advice and planning for the major, and fosters a sense of community within the major. Last fall, we organized a picnic for both majors and professors.  Later that semester, we wrote […]