New Data Science Program Expands Career Opportunities

With its new online graduate certificate in data science, Truman is offering working adults with a college degree an opportunity to gain experience in one of the world’s fastest-growing career fields. Data scientists are trained to decipher large volumes of information in order to find trends and gain deeper insight into what it all means.

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Young Entrepreneur Pitches Innovative Ideas

Catching the elevator door right as it closes, the young entrepreneur receives his chance. There are 100 stories before the investor reaches the office. Three minutes, that is what he has, and that is all he needs. Three minutes to take his idea, summarize it and leave a lasting impression. For Smithville, Mo., native William

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Wine for Those Without

When English mountaineer George Mallory was asked why he wanted to climb Mount Everest, his response was simple: because it’s there. Anyone who thinks humankind has run out of novel goals to reach is just not thinking creatively enough. Michael Delcau (’13) is hard at work trying to achieve his dream of opening the northernmost

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Top Dogs

Women’s Basketball Freshman Katie Jaseckas made such an immediate impact on the Bulldog women’s basketball team that she was voted the Great Lakes Valley Conference Freshman of the Year. Jaseckas led the team in scoring and rebounding and was second among league freshman in scoring. Her 18 rebounds against Drury, Jan. 15, tied for third-highest

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Multimedia Lab Upgrades Keep Truman on the Cutting Edge

The multimedia lab in Pickler Memorial Library was recently renovated, with several enhancements to the physical space, as well as the technology it provides. “The upgrade supports our mission to offer an exemplary undergraduate education to well-prepared students,” said Susan Thomas, instructional designer.         Students can use the lab as a place

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