Wendy S. Harmon, assistant professor of business administration, wrote an article set to appear in the February 2007 issue of the journal Current Directions in Psychological Science. The article is titled “The Psychology of Voluntary Employee Turnover.”

The Truman forensic students
brought home multiple honors from two concurrent tournaments the weekend of Feb. 2-4. At “Border Wars,” a joint tournament hosted by Kansas Wesleyan University and Drury University at the Kansas Wesleyan Campus in Salina, Kan., Stephanie Howes, a freshman political science major from St. Louis, and Courtney Wallace, a junior nursing major from Philadelphia, took second place in junior division parliamentary debate. Cherish Varley, a freshman theatre major from St. Louis, took first in poetry interpretation and also took first place in duo interpretation with Jamie Menown, a sophomore nursing major from Kansas City, Mo. Menown also took fourth place in dramatic interpretation. Finally, Mike Ito, a freshman political science major from Kansas City, Mo., took fourth in extemporaneous speaking. The group that ventured to Pt. Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, Calif. participated in the Sunset Cliffs Classic. It’s the largest invitational debate tournament in the United States prior to the National Championships. Two of Truman’s parliamentary debate teams, made up of teammates Trevor Alexander, a senior economics and English double major from Gladstone, Mo., and Stefani Wittenauer, a senior communication and political science double major from Belleville, Ill., and teammates Dylan Rothermel, a junior economics major from Homewood, Ill., and Mark Buchheit, a freshman history major from Carthage, Mo., made the elimination rounds, counting them in the top 32 teams of the 105 in attendance.
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