Research Uncovers Details of WWII Pilot's Fate
About two years ago, university archivist Bill Garvin’s research took him to field full of retired aircraft in Vichy, Missouri. He discovered that a particular Douglas C-47 had been flown on D-Day and connected the plane with a pilot from Oklahoma named Lt. Philip Sarrett.
Q&A with 2015 Outstanding Seniors
Each year, Drury faculty and staff choose two people from the graduating senior class to honor as the Outstanding Senior Man and Woman of the Year. The 2015 honorees are architecture grad Alaa Al Radwan and physics grad Parker LiaBraaten.
A Winning Combination
Employing Drury University accounting students with graduation dates from 1985 to 2015 has proved to be a winning combination for both the students and Elliott, Robinson & Company, LLP, Certified Public Accountants.
Grad conducts propaganda research
Drury graduate Nathan Maulorico was invited to present findings from an undergraduate research paper at the annual Mississippi State University Symposium for Undergraduate History Research earlier this month.