An original musical composition by Edwin Fattig, Truman music composition graduate student, has been selected for performance at the 2013 University of Nebraska-Kearney New Music Festival. The composition, entitled “Lur,” will be performed Feb. 11 by Luis Viquez, Truman music clarinet performance graduate student.

Truman music student Jon Ginder won first place in the young artist division of the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) National Composition Competition. For winning the competition, Ginder will receive $3,000 from the MTNA Foundation Fund and his composition, “Large Angry Chicken,” will be performed at the MTNA National Conference March 9-13 in Anaheim, Calif., by members of the Truman Clarinet Ensemble under the direction Luis Viquez, Truman music clarinet performance graduate student.

Daniel Mandell, professor of history, spent two weeks as a visiting scholar at the Princeton Institute for Advanced Study, with the School of Social Science. He participated in various seminars and discussions, and presented a piece of his new project at an afternoon workshop.

Steve Smith, professor of business administration, and Bryce Jones, professor of business administration, had their manuscript entitled, “The SEC and Corporate Governance” accepted for publication in the Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics.

The Truman State University Wind Symphony, under the direction of conductors Dan Peterson and Thomas Trimborn, performed for the Missouri Music Educators Association Jan. 26 at Tan-Tar-A Resort in Osage Beach, Mo.
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