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The American Prize recently named Frostburg State University Chambers Singers and University Chorale as semi-finalists in the Choral Performance category, college and university chorus division. The honors are being awarded based on FSU’s performances last year, both under the direction of Dr. James M. Reddan.
The Frostburg State University Center for Literary Arts will offer a middle school writing workshop series on Mondays from Feb. 6 to March 6 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. in the Center for Literary Arts, 22 E. Main St. in Frostburg.
Did the ability to smoke on the job serve as a barometer on labor relations in the last 100 years?
That question and others are explored by Frostburg State University associate professor of history Dr. Gregory Wood in a new book about the 20th-century tug of war between employer and smoker. “Clearing the Air: The Rise and Fall of Smoking in the Workplace” is an academic book published by Cornell University Press that examines the history of labor strife, government regulation and sentiment about smoking in the workplace in the 20th century. Wood, who is also the Honors Program director at FSU, plans on using the hardcover book as the basis of his HIST 299 Writing and Research in History course in the fall.
The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education has accredited two of Frostburg State University’s online nursing programs, granting initial accreditation for its new online Master of Science in Nursing program and giving continuing accreditation for the popular Bachelor of Science in Nursing completion program.