• Boeing Grant Provides Scholarships and Career Preparation

    A decades-long partnership with The Boeing Company continues to grow as Truman recently received a $75,000 grant from the aerospace giant. Since 2001, Boeing has sponsored scholarship programs at Truman in the areas of business, accounting, math, computer science and statistics.
  • Faculty Work to be Celebrated on Campus

    The fall 2023 Celebration of Faculty Scholarship event is designed for faculty members to share recent scholarship, research or creative activity with colleagues from across the campus in a casual, conversation-oriented atmosphere.
  • Greenwood Autism Center Celebrated at Homecoming

    Truman incorporated the Greenwood Interprofessional Autism Center into homecoming festivities with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, Oct. 21. Since 2015, Truman has been working to convert the former elementary school into an interprofessional center designed to provide in-depth, interdisciplinary assessment and intervention for children with autism or suspected autism, as well as other neurodevelopmental disorders.
  • North Star Music Festival Returns Oct. 27-28

    This year’s North Star Music Festival will take place Oct. 27-28. Organized by the Music Department and Truman’s chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota, North Star is a festival of modern music.
  • Lyceum “Films and Finger Foods” to Screen Horror Classic

    The fall “Films and Finger Foods” event of the Kohlenberg Lyceum Series will screen the classic Vincent Price horror film “House on Haunted Hill” at 7 p.m. Oct. 28 in the Del and Norma Robison Planetarium.
  • Campus Welcomes German Radio Personality

    Truman’s campus will host German radio personality, theater director, actor and author Jürgen Kuttner, from Oct. 23-27 as part of his tour of the Midwest. Kuttner is a well-known radio moderator, theater director and freelance artist in Berlin.