Graduate student Xiaojing (Mercury) Bai received the Outstanding Graduate Accounting Student of the Year award from Dr. Debra Kerby, Dean of the School of Business at their annual recognition dinner on April 23, 2013.
Ryan Shreve received the Young Alumnus of the Year Award from the School of Business on April 20, 2013. Ryan received his Bachelor of Science in Accounting in 2002 and his Master of Accountancy in 2003 from Truman.
Five students from the Truman State University Graduate Program in Communication Disorders recently won the coveted First Place Trophy for the Quest for the Cup at the Missouri Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention held in Tan-Tar-a on Saturday, April 6th, 2013. Graduate students (Left to Right) Katie Leners, Amy Sanders, Audrey Nyi, Jenna Wise, and Stephanie Simpson […]
Truman will be participating in Graduate Education Week with other Missouri institutions during the week of April 13th through April 20th. Events will be held on campus both to celebrate the work that graduate students do, and to raise awareness of the various resources available to those undergraduate students who wish to go on to pursue […]
Congratulations to Luis Viquez who has been awarded the Fall 2013 Professional Development Grant. He conducted the Truman State University Clarinet Ensemble at the National Conference of the Music Teachers National Association in Anaheim, California, performing a work composed by Jon Ginder, a Truman Student.
An original musical composition by Edwin Fattig, Truman music composition graduate student, has been selected for performance at the 2013 University of Nebraska-Kearney New Music Festival. The composition, entitled “Lur”, was performed on the conference February 11th by Luis Viquez, Truman music clarinet performance graduate student.
Mark Woodcock, Graduate MA in Music Student, is the recipient of the 2013 Robert Fountain Memorial Honorarium from the Macro Analysis Creative Research Organization (MACRO). The award is given to promising music students who are entering the field of music performance or conducting, and is given in memory of Dr. Robert Fountain, who was an internationally recognized […]
March 18 – Luis Viquez Clarinet Recital in Ophelia Parrish Performance Hall at 8:00 PM
An original musical composition by Edwin Fattig, Truman music composition graduate student, has been selected for performance at the 2013 University of Nebraska-Kearney New Music Festival. The composition, entitled “Lur”, will be performed on the conference February 11th by Luis Viquez, Truman music clarinet performance graduate student.
Truman’s Eighteenth Annual WGST Conference will be held January 31, February 1-2, 2013 in the SUB Activities Room. The conference has been planned by a committee of English graduate students. Click on the link below for the conference schedule: (UN)Gendering Motherhood