• Professors Receive Walker and Doris Allen Fellowship

    President Barbara Dixon, Vice President for Academic Affairs Garry Gordon, and Vice President for University Advancement Mark Gambaiana presented three faculty with the $10,000 Walker and Doris Allen Fellowship March 9. Julia DeLancey, associate professor of art; Jeffrey Osborn, professor of biology; and Priscilla Riggle, associate professor of English; each received a 2005 Fellowship.
  • Truman Alumna Administered Oath of Office as Newest Missouri Supreme Court Justice

    Mary Rhodes Russell, Truman State University alumna and former Truman Board of Governors member and president, was given the oath of office as Missouri’s newest supreme court justice on March 7. Chief justice Ronnie White administered the oath of office.
  • Women’s Swimming Team Wins Fifth Consecutive National Championship

    The Truman’s women’s swimming team defeated rival Drury by 49.5 points to capture their fifth-straight national title in Orlando, Fla. Truman finished with 579.5 points, while the Panthers were in second with 530.
  • Forensic Union Takes Second at Debate Nationals

    Continuing a long streak of successes at the National Parliamentary Debate Association (NPDA) National Championship Tournament, students from Truman State University were once again at the top of their game at the 2005 Nationals at Texas Tech University (Lubbock, Texas), March 18-20. The Truman team was the runner-up to the National Champions from the University of California Berkeley in tournament sweepstakes. Seventy-one institutions competed in the tournament, in addition to international participants from Slovakia, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.
  • Sodexho, International Club Raise Funds for Tsunami Relief Efforts

    Truman students made a significant contribution to tsunami relief organizations recently. Sodexho and the International Club led two separate and successful fund-raising events.
  • Scholarship Opportunity Available

    The Truman State University Financial Aid Office has announced a scholarship opportunity available for Truman students.