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Help Us Find These Class of 1990 Scholars

Help us find the “Lost Truman Scholars”! It probably comes as no surprise to you that many Scholars have moved and changed jobs and schools multiple times since winning the Scholarship, and unfortunately, we haven’t always been able to keep up with them. Our goal is to have all Scholars log into the Truman Foundation’s […]

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Do You “Like” TSA Yet?

Did you know that our Truman Scholars LinkedIn Group has almost ONE HUNDRED more members than our Truman Scholars Facebook page? Help us grow both! LinkedIn: http://www.trumanscholars.org/linkedin (448 and counting!) Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/trumanscholars (354 and growing!)

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Give Your Input on the Truman Scholars Association Strategic Plan

The TSA Board is developing a 5-year Strategic Plan for the Truman Scholars Association.  The Board wants all Truman Scholars to have the opportunity to provide input before defining the path TSA will take over the next 5 years.  To give your thoughts on where TSA should go from here, please fill out the form […]

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Help Us Find These Lost Scholars

Help us find the “Lost Truman Scholars”! It probably comes as no surprise to you that many Scholars have moved and changed jobs and schools multiple times since winning the Scholarship, and unfortunately, we haven’t always been able to keep up with them. Our goal is to have all Scholars log into the Truman Foundation’s Truman […]

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TSA Mentoring Program Kicks Off

The TSA Mentorship Program for the 2010-2011 class of Truman-Albright Fellows is off to a great start, thanks in large part to the excellent response from Truman Scholar alumni in the DC area.  With more than double the number of volunteer mentors needed for the number of Fellows participating in the program this year, Fellows […]

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Have you written a book or been published?

You asked for a list of publications authored Truman Scholars – here’s your chance to help us create one to share with the entire Truman community!  Submit publications that you know of authored by Truman Scholars at http://www.trumanscholars.org/keep-in-touch/publications by November 15. (We’ll post all the submissions online soon thereafter.) Questions? Email us at tsa@trumanscholars.org.    

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Update Your Contact Info in the Truman Scholar Database

Want invitations to TSA events near where you live, like Truman Scholar Finalist Dinners, meet-and-greets with Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation Executive Secretary Fred Slabach, and regional get-togethers?  Want to receive the latest information on the 2011 National Conference?   Then make sure your contact information is up-to-date in the Truman Scholar Database. Go to http://www.truman.gov/for-scholars. […]

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TSA Board Works on Strategic Plan

The TSA Board of Directors met in person in Washington, D.C. from October 15th-17th, 2010.  This group of 11 volunteer TSA leaders dedicated almost 15 hours to working on a strategic plan for the TSA, but also took time to get to know each other, tour a possible venue for the 2011 National Conference, and […]

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Agarwal: Announcement of the New 2010-2011 TSA Board of Directors

This has been a whirlwind year for the Truman Scholars Association! We’ve hosted more than 20 events around the country (and world), we have launched a successful Annual Fund campaign that will support activities for all Scholars, we’ve greatly expanded our online presence via our blog, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and more, and we’ve worked hard to make the TSA Board of Directors […]

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Boroughs: TSA in 2010-2011

The Truman Scholars Association has an exciting year ahead of it, and I hope you all find a way to connect, be inspired and grow through this year’s events and projects. TSA will hold its next National Conference in the summer of 2011. You remember the friendships rekindled and newly made, the engaging speakers and […]

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