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At Frostburg State University’s 148th commencement ceremonies in May, 10 students received Doctor of Education degrees.
Frostburg State University has launched a new mobile app that puts the user first.
Activities for Life at Frostburg State University will offer “Move It and Lose It” classes for ages 16 and older on Wednesdays, Sept. 14 through Oct. 19, from 5 to 5:45 p.m. in the Dance Studio (room 106) of the Cordts Physical Education Center.
Activities for Life at Frostburg State University offers pool and climbing gym rentals for small groups and children’s birthday parties. Both spaces are rented hourly and are available for rent on Saturdays and Sundays throughout the academic year.
A discussion of the region’s most serious obstacle – opioid addition – will lead off Frostburg State University’s symposium on “Appalachia: Obstacles and Opportunities” on Friday, Sept. 16, as part of the annual Appalachian Festival. The symposium will provide the community with an opportunity to engage in productive and positive discussions about the region’s obstacles as well as its opportunities.
Activities for Life at Frostburg State University will offer three sessions of youth swimming lessons for children ages 4 to 13 on Mondays and Wednesdays in the Cordts Physical Education Center swimming pool. The first session will be held from Sept. 19 through Oct. 5, the second from Oct. 10 through 26 and the third from Oct. 31 through Nov. 16, all from 6:40 to 7:30 p.m.
Maryland students looking to minimize their student debt should take note that Frostburg State University students take on thousands of dollars less in principal debt than the average Maryland undergraduate, according to a new report from LendEDU, an organization that provides student loan company comparison services. Compared to the U.S. average, FSU students do even better.
A good leader starts with a vision. Getting a team to execute that vision is a learned skill.
Activities for Life at Frostburg State University will offer two sessions of water aerobics on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:40 to 7:30 p.m. in the Cordts Physical Education Center swimming pool. Session one will be held from Aug. 30 through Oct. 13, with session two following from Oct. 18 through Dec. 8 (with no class on Nov. 22 and 24). Participants may register for the Tuesday or Thursday class or both nights.
Activities for Life at Frostburg State University will offer three masters swimming sessions for ages 18 and older: Session 1 from Aug. 29 through Sept. 30, Session 2 from Oct. 3 through Nov. 4 and Session 3 from Nov. 7 through Dec. 9, all in the Cordts Physical Education Center pool.
Celebrating 60 years of bringing world-class performers to Western Maryland, CES at Frostburg State University for 2016-17 features a season of professional artists from around the world. The line-up includes stars of Broadway, award-winning musicians, hilarious comedians and international artists from Ireland, France, Mexico, Australia, India, Tibet, Russia and Barbados.
Amy Schwab Owens has built her life and business around helping others.
Frostburg State University Student Activities, in collaboration with CES at FSU, will once again offer the exciting new underground club series, On the EDGE, featuring cutting-edge performers who stretch the boundaries of their art forms. All shows begin at 8:15 p.m. and feature informal table seating, comfortable couch and armchair seating, and food and beverage options.
Frostburg State University’s Department of Visual Arts will offer a non-credit community course in basic ceramics this fall. The class will be held on Tuesdays from Sept. 6 to Oct. 25 from 6 to 9 p.m. in room 107 of FSU’s Fine Arts Building.
If not for Frostburg State University, Maryland’s longest-serving circuit court judge might never have practiced law in the first place, and he and his wife are hoping to pay that benefit forward with a new scholarship.
Frostburg State University has won two awards from the Maryland Charity Campaign – the Highest Increase in Monetary Contributions, for the highest increase in monetary contributions amount medium departments, and the Schaefer Cares Award, for most improved participation rate among medium departments. During its fall campaign, FSU collected $11,641 for the year, and its participation rate jumped to 16.3 percent. The University’s Physical Plant, Grounds and Housekeeping departments had the highest participation rate among all units on campus – more than 33 percent. In the photo are, from left, members of the FSU Maryland Charity Campaign Committee: Sara-Beth Bittinger, director of Assessment and Institutional Research; Kathy Leck, program administrative specialist in the Physical Plant Department; Kim Martz, executive administrative assistant in the Office of Student Affairs; Dr. Tom Bowling, vice president for Student Affairs; Colleen Stump, associate vice president for Communications and Media Relations; Tara Strother, executive administrative assistant in the Office of Human Resources; and Dr. Shakil Rahman, a professor in the Department of Management.
Eugenia Asare is helping the nation’s top scientists find answers about anthrax before she earns her bachelor’s degree from Frostburg State University.
On Wednesday, July 27, 2016, the Maryland Board of Public Works approved the payment of $50,000 as part of the settlement of a lawsuit related to the August 2011 death of Derek Sheely, a Frostburg State University football player. The suit, filed in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, named several parties as defendants, including three former FSU employees.
Dr. Maureen Dougherty, a faculty member in FSU’s Recreation & Parks Management program, was honored with the 2016 Maryland Recreation and Parks Association’s Presidential Recognition Award and named a Mentor Emerita.