The Truman State University Students in Free Enterprise [SIFE] team recently won first place and $2,000 at the Kansas State University’s Business Ethics Case Competition held in Manhattan, Kansas on February 10-12. Pictured below (left to right) are Heather Storm, Cody Hagan, Iliyana Kuneva, and Sarah Schlafly, the students who competed for the Truman SIFE […]
Dr. Bryce Jones recently went viral with news about his novel approach to solving the high cost of textbooks and creating experiential learning for his students at the same time. When Dr. Jones found the rising cost of textbooks to be unconscionable, coupled with his belief that most law textbooks are written by and for […]
On October 23rd, Truman State University’s chapter of Delta Sigma Pi received top honors nationally by being selected as the Most Outstanding Chapter in the nation. National officers presented the award to Matt Vennemen, the President of the Iota Nu chapter of Delta Sigma Pi at the LEAD (Leadership and Excellence Academy for Deltasigs) School in Indianapolis, Indiana. […]
The Partnership for Public Service, recently selected Sarah Weinhold, a senior mathematics and accounting major from St. Joseph, Missouri, as a Federal Student Ambassador for the 2010-11 academic year. The ambassadors program enlists students to promote public service on college and university campuses nationwide. The Partnership for Public Service selected forty-seven students, representing 40 schools, […]
The results are just in! Truman is #9 in the Nation for the highest CPA examination pass rate among first time candidates without advanced degrees! Plus, we were #4 in the Nation on the REG section! Kudos to the accounting students and the faculty!