Professional vocalists Naomi O’Connell and Brent Ryan, who performed here as part of the Solo & Chamber Music Series, made a connection with Stella Hastings’ vocal students and were inspired to share gently worn gowns, suits, shoes, and accessories for them to wear in upcoming recitals and auditions. Also contributing to the performance clothes closet was Foundation Board of Trustees Member Frances Mitchelson (BS ‘86).

Professional vocalists Naomi O’Connell and Brent Ryan, who performed here as part of the Solo & Chamber Music Series, made a connection with Stella Hastings’ vocal students and were inspired to share gently worn gowns, suits, shoes, and accessories for them to wear in upcoming recitals and auditions. Also contributing to the performance clothes closet was Foundation Board of Trustees Member Frances Mitchelson (BS ‘86).

 

The 2018 Homecoming Queen and King are both dual majors in marketing and management in the Kelce College of Business. Parker Welbourn, of Wichita, Kan., graduated in December. Desirae Hunt, of Kansas City, will graduate in May.

The 2018 Homecoming Queen and King are both dual majors in marketing and management in the Kelce College of Business. Parker Welbourn, of Wichita, Kan., graduated in December. Desirae Hunt, of Kansas City, will graduate in May.

 

Associate Professor Sang-Heui Lee spent a semester sabbatical teaching classes at Africa University in Zimbabwe, where students represent 28 different countries. He also gave presentations to business leaders who sought him out for advice. Lee helped foster a relationship between AU and PSU and is working toward a 2+2 articulation agreement. Several AU students are planning to come to PSU this year. “It was a life-changing experience for me,” Lee said.

Associate Professor Sang-Heui Lee spent a semester sabbatical teaching classes at Africa University in Zimbabwe, where students represent 28 different countries. He also gave presentations to business leaders who sought him out for advice. Lee helped foster a relationship between AU and PSU and is working toward a 2+2 articulation agreement. Several AU students are planning to come to PSU this year. “It was a life-changing experience for me,” Lee said.

 

More than 30 educators in this year’s Greenbush Leadership Academy helped prepare 90 future teachers in the College of Education for Teacher Interview Day. The event was held in partnership with PSU’s Office of Career Services.

More than 30 educators in this year’s Greenbush Leadership Academy helped prepare 90 future teachers in the College of Education for Teacher Interview Day. The event was held in partnership with PSU’s Office of Career Services.

 

Seniors in the School of Construction won a national award last year for their capstone project: a bridge on the Ruby Jack Trail north of Joplin, Mo. In April, they’ll receive the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America 2018 Outstanding Student Chapter Construction Management Award at the AGC’s 100th Annual National Convention in Denver.

Seniors in the School of Construction won a national award last year for their capstone project: a bridge on the Ruby Jack Trail north of Joplin, Mo. In April, they’ll receive the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America 2018 Outstanding Student Chapter Construction Management Award at the AGC’s 100th Annual National Convention in Denver.

 

Since 1999, students who are in Stage Direction Class have an unusual final exam: the public watches them take it. Each student’s final exam is to direct a one-act play, overseeing all elements of the production. The one-acts are performed at the end of each fall semester in the Studio Theatre, lower level of Grubbs Hall.

Since 1999, students who are in Stage Direction Class have an unusual final exam: the public watches them take it. Each student’s final exam is to direct a one-act play, overseeing all elements of the production. The one-acts are performed at the end of each fall semester in the Studio Theatre, lower level of Grubbs Hall.