Truman Celebrates Graduate Education Week

Missouri Gov. Matt Blunt proclaimed April 16-21 Graduate Education Week.

To publicize it’s graduate programs, Truman’s graduate office will have an informational table from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 17 and 18 in the Student Union Building. Graduate students and faculty will also be wearing identifying stickers throughout the week.

The University’s graduate programs include accountancy, headed by Scott Fouch, professor of accounting; biology, headed by Scott Burt, associate professor of biology; communication disorders, headed by Janet Gooch, associate professor and director of communication disorders; English, headed by Alanna Preussner, professor of English; education, headed by Sam Minner, dean of education; and music, headed by Warren Gooch, professor of music.

The purpose of Graduate Education Week is to foster a greater public understanding about the indispensable benefits that graduate and advanced study provide for Missouri.
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