Thomas Trimborn, professor of music, had his review “The Music of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum” published in the spring issue of The Lincoln Herald. The review discusses and critiques the recorded music available on two CDs that visitors hear as they tour the recently completed $150 million museum in Springfield, Ill., one of twin structures that together house the largest and most important collection of documents, artifacts, and displays related to Lincoln in the world.

Truman students received a Certificate of Appreciation at the Salvation Army’s open house event in Kirksville recently. The award was presented to the students in grateful appreciation of their generous service to the community through their volunteer spirit. The certificate will be on display in the SERVE Center area.

Truman’s NSSHLA chapter, the Communication Disorders Association (CoDA),
hosted a Spring Workshop Feb. 17. Joe Eral of TheraSimplicity and Paula Cochran, professor of communication disorders, gave presentations on “Making the Most of Internet Resources for Communication Disorders.”

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