Frostburg Sustaining Campus and Community
A series of sessions to keep the conversation going about constructive community initiatives and coalition building, with the aim of strengthening long-term and short-term resident relationships.
Sponsored by Frostburg State University
Made possible through generous support from Maryland Judiciary's Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office (MACRO) and community partner Mountainside Community Mediation Center (MCMC)
The Frostburg Sustaining Campus and Community Dialogue Series will continue this spring with a focus on formalizing a commitment to support campus and community partnerships. The series aims to strengthen community relationships and foster civility and collaborative problem-solving in Frostburg.
Sessions on the following topics are open to the public and set for these dates. Sessions begin at 5:30pm in the Lyric Theater at 20 E Main St. in Frostburg.
Monday, February 24: "Living with Each Other: A Discussion of Off-Campus Housing Solutions"
Thursday, March 27: "Building the 'Burg: Inviting FSU students to Join and Grow the Local Community"
Tuesday, April 29: "Respecting Each Other: A Dialogue About Cross-Racial Relationships"
[May 2012 session with the Frostburg mayor, police, and student at mic]
[April 2012 session with a small group of smiling students]
[Community members at the Nov. 1, 2012, dialogue create action plans for projects to improve relationships in Frostburg.]
[Landlords and students are getting an opportunity to know each other better at the dialogues.]
[Alternative dispute resolution experts Drs. Marvin Johson and Frank Dukes, dialogue facilitators, are becoming familiar faces in Frostburg.]