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Pitt State welcomes new victim advocate

Ali Smith, Pittsburg State’s campus victim advocate housed at PSU since 2005, has vacated her position for another at the Safehouse Crisis Center.  “It was never something that was in my plan to begin with, I guess,” Smith said. “In undergrad I joined Students for Violence Prevention (SVP) and I …

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Summer camp cracks code for reading success

New to Pittsburg State University’s Center for READing this summer, the Secret Codes Camp is helping children who struggle with reading become confident, competent readers.   David Hurford, chair of the Department of Psychology and director of the Center for READing, started the Center in 1997 in order to provide assessments …

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Seal of Biliteracy paves the way with modern language

The department of modern languages is rolling out a new program for students of Spanish and French: the seal of biliteracy.  “We’re rewarding people for what they can do,” said Grant Moss, associate professor of Spanish at Pittsburg State University.  The faculty of the department of modern languages, based in …

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