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Two Frostburg State University classes found out that breaking bread is a useful tool to help bridge differences in the community.
Frostburg State University students celebrate the planting of an Allegheny Serviceberry tree as part of FSU’s Tree Campus USA and Arbor Day celebration on Wednesday, April 20, during Focus Frostburg. FSU has earned the distinction as a Tree Campus USA for four years in a row for its commitment to effective urban forest management. Students and members of the Campus Tree Advisory Committee also planted more than 30 trees around campus as part of the celebration. From left are Sarah Kissel, Sierra Reckley, Karen Johnson Heeter, Lindsie Linaburg, Dr. Sunshine Brosi, Sabrina Wasfi, Katrina Chaconas and Laura Price. For more information, contact Brosi at email@example.com.
Frostburg State University will celebrate the achievements of the spring 2016 graduating class during the 148th Commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 21, in the Main Arena of the Cordts Physical Education Center.
Cancer survivors, caregivers and supporters helped raised more than $37,500, passing a goal of $35,000, at the annual Frostburg State University Relay For Life held Friday, April 29, in FSU’s Cordts Physical Education Center.
The recipient of the 2016 Faculty Achievement Award and top graduating students will be honored at the Frostburg State University Honors Convocation on Friday, May 20, at 7:30 p.m. in the Pealer Recital Hall of the Performing Arts Center.
The Frostburg State University Center for Literary Arts is accepting applications for this summer’s weeklong WordQuest: Write a Story, Write a Poem day camp in creative writing for middle school students currently enrolled in grades six to eight. The program will run from Monday to Friday, Aug. 1 to 5, from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at 22 E. Main St. in downtown Frostburg. Participants will study the arts of poetry and story writing from a dynamic group of published writers.
Dr. Xunyu Pan, an assistant professor in Frostburg State University’s Department of Computer Science and Information Technologies, recently presented a research paper titled “Musical Instruments Simulation on Mobile Platform” at the 28th Electronic Imaging Conference in San Francisco. The paper was co-authored by FSU graduate students Megan Balukoff and Jacob Wilson.
Learning to work outside of your comfort zone is one thing, but Frostburg State University Fine Arts major Shea Crumbley figured out how to excel outside of hers.
At about 2:15 a.m. on Sunday, April 17, at Frostburg State University, a fight among about six men started at an exterior entranceway to Westminster Hall, a residence hall. Two FSU police officers entered the entranceway to break up the fight, at which point one was punched in the face, and pepper spray was deployed to break up the fight.
Dr. Heather Gable, chair of Frostburg State University’s Department of Nursing and an associate professor, has been awarded the Regents’ Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching, the highest honor that the University System of Maryland Board of Regents bestows to recognize exemplary faculty achievement. She will be honored at the April 15 meeting of the board.
Four Frostburg State University students have gotten an inside look at how the Maryland General Assembly works thanks to the J. Glenn Beall Institute for Public Affairs at FSU.
Frostburg State University will once again be fully focused on sustainability and climate awareness during the upcoming Focus Frostburg event, an annual day of learning, on Wednesday, April 20, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event, free and open to the public, will feature green activities for everyone, including presentations in the Lane University Center.
An American Red Cross lifeguard certification class will be offered through Frostburg State University’s Activities for Life from Thursday, April 28, through Saturday, April 30, and Sunday, May 1, through Monday, May 2, in the Cordts Physical Education Center swimming pool and in room 110-1.
When Frostburg State University student Lorna Elegino sat in on a Maryland Senate committee hearing on behavioral health funding, it was more than a class assignment for her in Annapolis.