Two Years in Mongolia

Alyssa Vorhies ('09) gives an insider's view of her Peace Corps experience living in one of the most sparsely populated counties in the world.

Five Minutes with Michael Seipel

Michael Seipel, professor and chair of the Agricultural Science Department, has been a member of the Truman faculty since August 1998. He received a bachelor of science degree in agricultural economics and a Ph.D. in rural sociology from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Tell us a little bit about what you teach: You might say that

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Family Day 2013

Commencement Speakers

Alumnus Inspired to Create Endowed Scholarship

The Dr. Ronald E. Thomas Endowed Scholarship fund was created in 2012 by Ronald Thomas (’65) and his wife, Ann, to provide an opportunity for deserving students to receive a Truman State University education. The couple’s deep appreciation for education inspired them to establish a scholarship to help Truman students accomplish their educational goals. A

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