Focus on Students
When looking into colleges, Kylie Warner knew one thing — she wanted to help others. Appropriately enough, it is the support she has received from Truman that will allow her to pursue her passion and make a difference in the world. As a first-generation college student, Warner chose Truman because it seemed unlike anywhere else.
Ever since Lou Ann Gilchrist landed a job teaching in the University’s graduate program 30 years ago, she and her husband Neil have been fixtures on campus. Both Gilchrists received bachelor’s degrees from Brigham Young University and advanced degrees from Idaho State University. Neil, who has a Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska in addition
Around the Quad
For years, there has been a growing sentiment among employers and professional educators alike that the United States needs to prepare more individuals in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, collectively referred to as STEM. By participating in the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program, the University is hoping to help that cause by
The Dr. Arnold Zuckerman Digital History Internship of Sustainability at Truman was created through a $15,000 gift from Zuckerman’s stepdaughter, Judi G. Schweitzer of Lake Forest, Calif. The fund provides an annual internship experience for a history student who also possesses an interest in honing his or her website design skills. Students selected for the