Brody Allen, a junior business management major, was selected to receive the highly competitive Summer Entrepreneurship Scholarship to Ben-Gurion University in Israel. He received a full scholarship to attend Ben-Gurion, worth more than $5,000, to study abroad this summer. Click here to learn more about the program, or visit the Center for International Education Abroad on the first floor of Grim Hall.

Jesse Krebs
, associate professor of music, served as the guest artist for the 2017 South Dakota Clarinet Day at the National Music Museum in Vermillion, S.D., April 13. He worked with students from the University of South Dakota in two master classes and performed a clarinet recital that included Erland von Koch’s “Monolog 3,” Andrew Hannon’s “Two Lost Loves,” Mauricio Murcia Bedoya’s “Colombian Dances” and the world premiere of Steve Yarbrough’s new clarinet quartet, “A Little March.” Hosting the event was Truman alumnus Luis Viquez, who was recently appointed the assistant professor of clarinet at the University of South Dakota.

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