Science and Technology

University announces leadership change in College of Technology, KPRC 

Friday, May 17, 2019 — Pittsburg State University Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Lynette Olson announced today a leadership change in the College of Technology. Robert Frisbee, associate dean of the COT, has been named interim dean.  He ...

Study prompts task force to recommend lab reduction, modern access to software

Wednesday, May 15, 2019 — With 92 percent of PSU students now owning a laptop or tablet they use for homework, research, and connectivity, the University’s 89 computer labs aren’t being utilized as ...

Students unveil unique bike for those in wheelchairs 

Monday, May 13, 2019 — A collaborative project by a team of PSU Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Technology students and Live Well Crawford County means people with mobility challenges now can go on bike rides.  Their project, a pedicab common to big ...

Grads give back to Automotive Tech program in big way 

Thursday, May 09, 2019 — Contact: John Thompson, chair, Department of Automotive Technology, 620-235-6515   Cutline: PSU President Steve Scott, Automotive Chair John Thompson, CNH leader Kelly Burgess, Professor Tim Dell, CNH leader Ted Polzer, and CNH ...

Gorillas win in Viking ax competition 

Wednesday, May 08, 2019 — Michael Paddock, a senior from Clinton, Missouri, and Logan Roseberry, a junior from La Harpe, Kansas, can add something unique to their resumés: crafters of an award-winning Viking ax.  The two won “Most Captivating ...

Hydroponics to aquaponics: How university students are learning to master sustainable food production — on the roof   

Thursday, April 18, 2019 —   Fish soon will be living on the roof of the science building at Pittsburg State University. And those fish will be helping to grow plants.  It’s a forward-thinking project by ...

Hundreds turn out for School of Construction's biggest "show and tell" yet

Thursday, April 18, 2019 — At what could be considered an enormous show-and-tell of the construction industry, hundreds of high school, community college, and university students were busy viewing demonstrations, trying out equipment, and networking for future ...

School of Construction gearing up for large expo 

Friday, April 12, 2019 — What began as a small event a few years ago has grown to one of the region’s largest expos, featuring live demonstrations, student competitions, more than 107 ...

Safety Olympics returns to PSU 

Friday, April 12, 2019 — When a professor at another university suggested that midwestern universities with Environmental and Safety Management Programs hold a Safety Olympics for students, the answer was clear as to where it should be.  "Another colleague ...

College of Technology Open House

Friday, March 01, 2019 —   On Friday, PSU faculty and students in the College of Technology became, in a sense, recruiters for the day.  “Who better to tell our story?” said Dean Tim Dawsey as he watched a steady stream of high ...

More than 600 to compete in Science Day

Wednesday, February 27, 2019 — More than 600 students from 25 area high schools and one community college will compete in Science Day at Pittsburg State on Thursday.  It’s a collaborative effort by the Biology Department, the Physics Department, and the ...

Students win gold, silver at ADDY Awards

Monday, February 25, 2019 —   While Hollywood was celebrating Oscar wins this weekend, Pittsburg State University students were celebrating winning gold, silver, and judge’s awards for creativity of a different ...

Exercise Science majors evaluate Pittsburg firefighters

Monday, February 25, 2019 — Students majoring in Exercise Science at PSU are getting real-world experience while at the same time gathering data that could prove valuable to Pittsburg firefighters: they’re using high-tech equipment to measure their cardiovascular ...

Sophomore earns national attention for research in plastics, polymers 

Thursday, February 21, 2019 — Lexington Peterson has let no grass grow under her feet since getting to Pittsburg State. In her freshman year, the double-major in Polymer Chemistry and Plastics Engineering Technology from LaCygne, Kansas, was accepted by the ...

Students design, fabricate unique bike for those in wheelchairs

Friday, February 15, 2019 — A unique project taken on by seniors in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Technology at Pittsburg State will result in more than just a grade. It will change lives. “This could have a real impact on people,” said Mitch ...

New emphasis aimed at helping students prep for one of 2019's top jobs

Friday, January 25, 2019 — The newly-released U.S. News & World Report “Best 10 Jobs of 2019” report includes eight jobs that begin with degrees in Pittsburg State’s Biology Department, and one of them is now a bit easier to earn thanks to ...

Senior project earns national recognition

Thursday, January 24, 2019 —   For students in the School of Construction, senior projects come with a bit of pressure: they’ll be seen (and used) by people throughout Pittsburg and beyond.  In any given year, that’s a win-win for many ...

Elves in College of Technology create toys for children 

Monday, November 19, 2018 — The North Pole has temporarily relocated to the Kansas Technology Center, and about 15 elves came along.  This week, they were putting finishing touches on 96 wooden toys — gluing, sanding the edges, ensuring wheels moved ...

Electrical students learn field work during volunteer project at Ronald McDonald House

Thursday, November 08, 2018 — As 23 Pittsburg State University students wearing toolbelts and hardhats used the glow of their cellphones to work in darkened hallways this week, two things were happening.  The students, who came to ...

Federal nursing grant to pay for 26 PSU scholarships, technology

Wednesday, October 31, 2018 — A $537,393.00 grant awarded to the Irene Ransom Bradley School of Nursing at Pittsburg State University will provide tuition scholarships, iPads, and MacBooks to 26 registered nurses who enroll at PSU to complete an online ...

Bat biology: how the outdoors becomes a classroom

Monday, October 22, 2018 — It has all the makings of a would-be Halloween movie: bats fly out of storm tunnels starting at sundown. Clouds move in front of the moon.   The bats flutter this way and that, their numbers increasing as the hour grows ...

PSU’s GIT program accredited as one of top 12 in the nation

Monday, October 15, 2018 — Pittsburg State University’s Graphics & Imaging Technologies program has received accreditation as one of the 12 top programs in the country, making it official what students like Blake Broaddus already knew. "For the GIT program to ...

Longtime conservation expert volunteers for new position at PSU 

Tuesday, October 09, 2018 — Jim Triplett has dedicated some 30 years to just about every conservation-related activity he could find.   Although he officially retired from Pittsburg State’s Department of Biology in 2014, he stayed on as ...

Louisiana company invests in PSU program 

Sunday, September 23, 2018 — Chad Foster never got to finish college. But he knows the value of the degrees that students earn in Pittsburg State’s Architectural Manufacturing Management & Technology program: He’s now the president and CEO of ...

Companies say quality of graduates keeps them recruiting at PSU

Tuesday, September 18, 2018 — Paul Porter and Bill Newbanks found exactly what they were looking for on Tuesday at the Kansas Technology Center. Or rather, they found who they were looking for.  “PSU students are who we ...

More than 200 companies coming to Pittsburg

Wednesday, September 12, 2018 — One of the largest recruiting events in the area is planned for next week, with more than 200 companies scheduled to arrive in Pittsburg with an eye toward finding students to fill positions across the U.S.  Called “Company ...

NSF awards PSU herbarium $307,000

Friday, September 07, 2018 — A $307,000 grant awarded by the National Science Foundation will allow the PSU Department of Biology to expand the Sperry Herbarium, already one of the region’s largest and most diverse collections of plant species and a valuable ...

Nature Reach to celebrate World Wildlife Day locally

Friday, August 31, 2018 — Nature Reach Director Delia Lister will be celebrating World Wildlife Day on Tuesday, Sept. 4, in the most appropriate way she can think of: surrounded by critters large and small, as well as the humans who believe in the power those ...

Newly renovated lab impacts students, recruitment

Thursday, August 23, 2018 — Senior Carter Stohlberg transferred to Pittsburg State to pursue a degree in Technology & Engineering Education for a reason: the reputation of the program. His choice of degree was inspired by teachers in the Kansas City area, where he grew ...

PSU Mars rover makes a landing at Cosmosphere

Wednesday, August 08, 2018 — Any of the 110,000 visitors to the Cosmosphere International Science Education & Space Museum might be captivated by the Apollo 13 command module, the Odyssey, on display there.  Perhaps they’ll marvel over the Apollo 11 ...

South Korean students learn at local companies

Thursday, July 05, 2018 — This year, Pittsburg-based Pitsco Education will serve 3.5 million K-12 students in 70 countries, including South Korea, with unique curriculum, products, and materials designed for hands-on ...

KC youth visit campus for STEM activities

Sunday, June 24, 2018 — The 80 students who came to the Kansas Technology Center to learn last week were much younger than those who typically take classes there. By several years, in fact.  But it's never too early to introduce ...

Nature Reach provides teachers unique training

Wednesday, June 20, 2018 — Bridgett Walker was learning how to be a better teacher in an unlikely way on Tuesday: dressed for the outdoors and with hair up in a ponytail, she was hurrying from hula hoop to hula hoop on a large grassy ...

Casting institute draws professionals from around the world  

Thursday, May 31, 2018 — Max Kew is a sales professional from Singapore. Ewald Eder is a technician from Italy. Maria Walkner is an engineer from Austria. And Daniel Conklin is a supervisor from Monett, Missouri. But what they all have in common this week and next is ...

Two brothers bring Baja full circle

Thursday, May 17, 2018 —   The Kansas SAE Baja Competition follows roughly the same schedule each year: teams arrive, prepare their cars, present to judges, and compete in endurance and technical events in front of cheering spectators.  But this year's ...

Baja provides unparalleled opportunity for students

Wednesday, May 16, 2018 — Trent Lindbloom can't guarantee how the Pittsburg State University Baja team will place in this week's Kansas SAE Baja — the fourth to be held at PSU since 2011 — but there is one thing of which he is ...

Team brings home five national awards in technology education

Friday, April 27, 2018 — For Carter Stolberg, a junior in PSU's Technology & Engineering Education program, competing nationally this month against other universities was important for two reasons: his team came home with the most top three finishes of any school in ...

KCCTE approved as third-party mentor for teachers

Tuesday, April 10, 2018 — The Kansas Center for Career and Technical Education has been approved by the Kansas State Department of Education as a third-party mentor for Career and Technical Education teachers across Kansas. It will have a big impact not just on teachers, ...

Grads assume leadership roles in regional trade groups 

Wednesday, April 04, 2018 — Two graduates from Pittsburg State's School of Construction have risen to the top in their fields, and they're both on campu this week as part of the annual Construction Expo. Scott Casebolt, vice president of Key Construction in Wichita, has ...

Professor eyes first Safety Olympics as foundation for future national event

Monday, April 02, 2018 — When a professor at another university suggested that midwestern universities with Environmantal and Safety Manafement Programs hold a Safety Olympics for students, the answer was clear as to where it should be. "Another colleague replied to the ...

Great Gorilla Games planned for Tuesday

Friday, March 30, 2018 — The 5th Annual Great Gorilla Games will kick off at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, with more than 400 students from 16 schools fanning out across the John Lance Arena in the Weede Physical Educational Buliding to compete in 42 different STEM-related ...

School of Construction gearing up for large expo 

Thursday, March 29, 2018 — What began as a small event a few years ago has grown to a large expo featuring live demonstrations, student competitions, more than 60 venders from across the nation, and an anticipated 600 guests from across the Four State region. It also ...

Summit Homes solidifies relationship with PSU 

Wednesday, March 28, 2018 — Shortly after, a recent PSU graduate joined the Summit team, and the relationship began to grow, as did Summit — now the largest new home builder in the Kansas City market as well as an emerging land development leader in the area. Last ...

Plastics students land prestigious internships

Monday, March 26, 2018 — When then-high school senior Lexington Peterson took a tour of the Kansas Technology Center at Pittsburg State, Assistant Professor Jeanne Norton handed her a plastic water bottle and sealed the deal on her future career field: Plastics ...

National foundation picks Pittsburg State students for scholarships 

Friday, March 16, 2018 — Five students from Pittsburg State's School of Construction have been chosen to receive $2,500 in scholarships for the 2018-2019 academic year from the Associated General Contractors of America Education and Research Foundation. There ...

Program partnership is win-win in technological literacy

Thursday, March 15, 2018 — Students from local elementary schools and students from Pittsburg State have been learning together, thanks to a minor in technological literacy. The degree program, started in Fall 2015, is a joint effort between the College of Education and ...

Automotive program preps for biggest day of the year 

Wednesday, March 07, 2018 — Scott Norman is more excited about Thursday than just about any other day of the year. It's Automotive Orientation Day at the Kansas Technology Center, which is, in Norman's words, "a very big deal."  "It's the biggest, most ...

Two-day health careers competition taking place on campus

Tuesday, February 27, 2018 — An estimated 300 students from across Kansas are gathered at Pittsburg State today and tomorrow for the annual Kansas HOSA conference and competition, an event especially for students who have their sights set on health-related occupations. It's ...

Science Day to draw more than 700 students

Monday, February 19, 2018 — When Dixie Smith taught high school science, her students had many questions about not just what it's like to attend a university, but what soecific degree programs are all about. "They wanted to know what careers were ...

Wood Tech Companies to visit campus in search of hires

Monday, February 19, 2018 — More than 32 companies from across the country will visit campus on Thursday and Friday for Pittsburg State's Wood Tech Company Day in search of interns and full-time hires, as the industry is thriving. "There's an overwhelming ...

Broadcast program provides experience, brings home awards

Thursday, February 08, 2018 — When Cameron Molina was a senior at Maize High School, he tried his hand at broadcasting by announcing games. He fell in love with it. "I came to PSU to major in broadcasting, full of hope and aspirations that one day I could broadcast games on ...

Contest open to young builders

Thursday, January 18, 2018 — Young builders will have the chance to put their creativity and skills to the test using Lego bricks and other materials on Saturday, Jan. 27, when the PIttsburg State University School of Construction holds its annual "Block Kids" building event ...

Rider‚ to receive statewide award‚ for mentoring efforts‚

Monday, January 08, 2018 — Mallory Gibson, a junior in biology, wants to become a medical scientist. Ashleigh Elbert, a graduate student, hopes future generations will benefit from what she and classmates ...

PSU to recognize four faculty with special designation

Tuesday, November 28, 2017 — This year’s University Professors are Dr. Julie Allison, Psychology; Dr. Craig Fuchs, Honors College/Music; Dr. Mark Johnson, Technology and Workforce Learning; and Dr. Khamis Siam, ...

KRPS Public Radio begins online streaming

Thursday, November 16, 2017 — Listeners now can hear KRPS through the “Listen Live” link at krps.org and by downloading the TuneIn app on their smart devices or computers. “89.9 KRPS has provided news, information, classical music and ...

3-D Printing focus of Distinguished Polymer Lecture Series

Tuesday, November 07, 2017 — Imagine being able to print your next set of eye glasses at your kitchen table. Or, rather than having to stock hundreds of spare parts, your auto dealer simply prints the part you need while you wiat. These scenarios may sound like science ...

High school students get hands-on help with decision making

Friday, October 27, 2017 — Several hundred high school students from across eastern Kansas, Southwest Missouri, and Northwest Arkansas had a much different classroom than usual on Friday. Abigale Smith, from Parsons High School, sat in the driver's seat of a Bobcat as she ...

She speaks for the trees

Tuesday, October 24, 2017 — Student Emily Fry's original goal this school year was a big one: to find out how much carbon the trees on the Pittsburg State University campus can sequester -- or clean from the atmosphere. "But there's only one of me," she said, "and I'm ...

New Legacy Program recognizes alumni for efforts

Monday, October 23, 2017 — Frontenac High School teacher Eric Grudde is among numerous Pittsburg State alumni who ensure their students know what PSU's technology and engineering education program has to offer. “I always encourage my students to attend ...

Student discovers passion for polymers at Pittsburg State

Wednesday, October 18, 2017 — “I knew I liked to work with my hands and build things,” said McNay. “But I was completely blown away by everything we got to do. We designed and created our own race cars, and then raced them. To be able to go from ...

Transfer students find resources at PSU that ease transition

Tuesday, October 10, 2017 — When Tyler Korte graduated from high school in Humboldt, Kansas, his primary considerations were cost and the ability to continue living at home. Allen County Community College provided a solution.  After earning his Associate's ...

PSU honors Outstanding Alumni for 2017 

Monday, October 09, 2017 — Pittsburg State University will honor three alumni with the 2017 Dr. Kenneth K. Bateman Outstanding Alumni Award during Homecoming activities on Oct. 13-14. This year's recipients are: Jessican Freeman Clements, a medical physicist in California; ...

$900,000 grant to benefit teachers across Kansas

Monday, October 02, 2017 — A nearly $900,000 grant awarded to Greenbush - The Southeast Kansas Education Service Center aims to help those teachers at public schools across Kansas by partnering with the Kansas Center for Career ...

High school students completing hands-on project at KTC

Wednesday, September 27, 2017 — The junior from Girard High School, along with several classmates and their gifted education teacher, Dale May, have been engaged in a hands-on collaborative project at the Kansas Technology Center on ...

Industry ties paying off for PSU's Plastic Engineering Technology program

Monday, September 18, 2017 — “It’s an injection molding machine,” said Herring. “It’s on loan from Engel (a global manufacturing company). It’s the fourth machine we’ve received from them. It has the next ...

Healthcare professionals share their knowledge with students

Wednesday, September 13, 2017 — That’s the situation facing most first-year college students, and a question Pittsburg State University Biology Professor Virginia Rider is helping first-year students answer.   “Each week we invite a ...

Competitive exhibit gives students unparalleled experience

Tuesday, September 12, 2017 — Such an opportunity might not happen for many photographers until they become professional, noted their instructor, Rion Huffman.  Called "Student Perspectives," the competitive exhibit is comprised of 58 captivating ...

PSU professor brings podcasting to the classroom, earns national credit as podcaster in his own right

Thursday, August 31, 2017 — Trent Kling, who co-hosts and produces a weekly retail podcast with his brother Layton, has been invited to California to cover Shop.Org, the National Retail Federation’s largest e-commerce conference in the nation. The conference takes ...

PSU, ICC sign articulation agreement

Tuesday, August 29, 2017 — The signing of an articulation agreement at the Kansas Technology Center Tuesday morning by Steve Scott, president of Pittsburg State University, and Daniel Barwick, president of Independence Community College, marked the acceleration of a ...

Tech student scores first job in US

Wednesday, August 16, 2017 — And after a unique summer internship experience, the graduate student from Pakistan is even more prepared to continue his pursuit of an engineering career. Ahmed, who is working toward a master’s degree in engineering ...

Robotics, construction workshops teach problem-solving

Friday, July 21, 2017 — “You just go to the computer and make the changes,” Rheums said. “It’s actually pretty easy, and it’s really fun.” That ease with which children today work with computers is the biggest ...

Baja team ready for home competition

Monday, May 22, 2017 — After one day at the course, she knew she was meant to be more than a helper. “I watched the PSU team compete, and I just knew that I had to be on a team like this,” Blackman said. “I had to have that experience of ...

Commencement livestream draws viewers from around the world

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 — At this year’s commencement ceremonies, Pittsburg State University President Steve Scott spoke about the iPhone and how greatly technology has changed our lives. For proof of his assertion, Scott needed only to look at the very ceremony ...

Tech seniors partner with Cessna on project

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 — They needed it for a grade. They needed it to graduate. But for a small group of Pittsburg State technology students, their senior project was about more than just earning their degrees.  It was a transformational experience that will ...

Grads focus on the intersection of science, medicine

Friday, May 12, 2017 — Jayden Bowen and Tyler Shelby, both Pittsburg State University graduates from 2016, have been chosen for a highly selective NIH program created to train physician-scientists who will go on to work on the front lines of disease diagnosis, ...

PSU-TEECA named nation's Outstanding Chapter

Thursday, May 11, 2017 — When Trevor Maiseroulle signed up to be a part of Pittsburg State’s chapter of the Technology and Engineering Education Collegiate Association, he knew it would enhance his educational experience. What he wasn’t prepared for, ...

Robotics team to compete at nationals

Thursday, May 11, 2017 — As a high school student at Olathe Northwest, Jared Baugh discovered his passion for building robots. “My high school had an engineering program, and for my senior project I focused on combat robotics,” he said. “We ...

Polymer chemistry grads go to industry, advanced programs

Tuesday, May 09, 2017 — With support from the Kansas Legislature, Pittsburg State University launched its Polymer Chemistry Initiative in 2014. Now, just three years later, the university is producing a rising number of graduates for industry and advanced ...

Student finds her passion and charts a new path

Monday, May 08, 2017 — Many of us can point to a person or event that changed the direction of our lives. For Hannah Thomas, it’s several people and two amazing experiences. Thomas and more than 1,200 other Pittsburg State University students will receive ...

Pittsburg State, My Town Media partner to create Gorilla Sports Network

Thursday, April 27, 2017 — Pittsburg State University athletics will have a new radio home beginning July 1, 2017. The university today announced the signing of a three-year agreement with Pittsburg-based My Town Media, Inc. (MTM). MTM owns or operates 16 radio broadcast ...

GIT student captures history through photography

Thursday, April 27, 2017 — Then, as a Graphics and Imaging Technologies major, he experienced a digital photography class at the Kansas Technology Center. Watch the video above to learn how that course sparked his life's passion. 

HRD program receives nearly $800K donation

Friday, April 21, 2017 — About a year ago, George O’Brien was handed the responsibility of directing a large sum of money to an organization or charity of his choice. “I was involved in an organization that began liquidating its assets, and I was put ...

PSU shines at TEECA conference

Monday, April 10, 2017 —  As well as giving a professional presentation to educators from the U.S. and abroad, the group of 14 students competed in the National Technology and Engineering Education Collegiate Association (TEECA) competitions. The Pitt State ...

Frisbee named COT associate dean

Friday, March 31, 2017 — After serving for several years as a faculty member and department chair, Bob Frisbee is stepping into a new role within the Pittsburg State University College of Technology. Frisbee, who had served as chair of the Automotive Technology ...

Pulliam leads KPRC

Thursday, March 30, 2017 — Pittsburg State alumnus Darrell Pulliam is the new leader of the Kansas Polymer Research Center. Pulliam was named interim executive director of the KPRC earlier this month after serving four years as the university’s innovation ...

PSU, KCUMB renew partnership agreement

Thursday, March 30, 2017 — Pittsburg State University and the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCUMB) recently renewed their longstanding Partner Program agreement. The Partners Program is an articulation agreement between PSU and KCUMB that allows PSU ...

Plastics student lands dream job at Nike IHM

Tuesday, March 28, 2017 — “I knew that maybe five or 10 years into my career, I could end up at a large, well-known company,” she said. “Our plastics program is one of the best in the nation, so I knew it could take me pretty ...

Planetarium programs examine the search for planets

Thursday, March 23, 2017 — As the search for planets in other solar systems ramps up, the L. Russell Kelce Planetarium at Pittsburg State University presents two programs that look at what these strange worlds may look like and pose again the great question, “Are ...

Auto Tech hosts annual Orientation Day

Wednesday, March 15, 2017 — More than 50 automotive technology industry professionals from across the nation will be at Pittsburg State on Thursday, March 16, for the College of Technology’s annual Automotive Orientation Day. The event gives automotive technology ...

Student recognized for environmentally friendly research

Monday, March 13, 2017 — That orange peel you tossed in the trash after breakfast, this morning, could one day be part of the solution for creating environmentally friendly products that insulate our homes and protect us from the elements. Charith Ranaweera, a graduate ...

School of Construction honored by ACI

Tuesday, February 28, 2017 — Pitt State is one of just 26 universities nationwide to receive an Excellent University Award from the American Concrete Institute (ACI). The ACI is a leading authority and resource worldwide for the development and distribution of ...

Bridgestone grant supports auto tech program

Monday, February 27, 2017 — Representatives from Bridgestone/Firestone visited Pittsburg State this month to donate $10,000 to the university's automotive technology department. The grant is part of the Bridgestone Americas Trust Fund program.  The funds ...

Wood tech jobs in high demand

Friday, February 24, 2017 — More than 30 companies from the woodworking industry were at Pittsburg State's Kansas Technology Center this week for the 10th annual Wood Tech Company Day. Companies from across the United States were here looking for potential hires ...

Auto Tech student trains for WorldSkills

Thursday, February 23, 2017 — When auto tech faculty Mike Elder and Scott Norman met with junior Jonathan Robertson, they had good news and bad news. “The good news was that Jonathan is going to Abu Dhabi,” Norman said. “The bad news was that ...

PSU to host SAE Baja in 2017, 2018

Tuesday, February 07, 2017 — Pittsburg State University usually hosts the SAE Baja event every three years. The engineering design competition will be in Pittsburg in May of this year and was slated to return to campus again in 2020. However, in a surprise announcement ...

New equipment improves care for students

Monday, February 06, 2017 — Workers installed new digital x-ray equipment in the Bryant Student Health Center at Pittsburg State University last week. The work represented not just an improvement in health care for students, officials said, but also another example of ...

PR major, auto tech minor perfect combo for PSU junior

Friday, February 03, 2017 — But there’s one part of the automobile industry she loves the most. “I’m fascinated with how cars are presented and sold,” she said. “I love the marketing behind them. I love how cars are made to ...

PSU hosts annual Block Kids contest

Tuesday, January 24, 2017 — The 10th annual Block Kids event will take place at noon on Saturday, Jan. 28, in room S102 of the Pittsburg State Kansas Technology Center. Free and open to the first 100 students in grades first through sixth, the event challenges kids to ...



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