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Frostburg State University junior James Kirk was chosen by Campus Compact to be honored as a 2017 Newman Civic Fellow, which acknowledges motivation and potential in public leadership. Kirk, of LaVale, Md., is one of the 273 students who were honored this year among all Campus Compact institutions.
Frostburg Mayor Robert Flanigan recognized the contributions of the Western Maryland AmeriCorps program Appalachian Service Through Action and Resources (A STAR!) for its contributions to the region as part of AmeriCorps Mayors and County Day of Recognition for National Service earlier this month.
Movies about prisons and prisoners have captivated American audiences for most of a century, having first appeared during the Great Depression. For many law-abiding viewers, such movies offer a unique view of a frightening unknown place. Prison films also create useful microcosms to examine vexing social issues.
When Frostburg State University students in Dr. Rebekah Taylor’s biology labs handle an immunoglobulin (antibody) model, they see a scale representation about 1.8-million times larger than the actual molecule, but they don’t see the inter-departmental collaboration and student and faculty effort that created it.
A great acting performance is one in which the actor and audience can feel what the character experiences.
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 Monday, April 17, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The event, free and open to the public, will feature green activities for everyone, including presentations in the Lane University Center.
For high school students wondering what it takes to prepare for college and a successful future, how to pay for an education or even what it’s like to navigate the college application process, Upward Bound at Frostburg State University can help. Upward Bound is a free program for qualified Allegany County high school students that can help them prepare to enter college, and then learn what to expect in college or what classes to take.
eNews Alumni Spotlight highlights alumni who give back to Frostburg in some way – time, talent, treasure or any combination. This edition of eNews will feature FrostburgFirst Director Jessica Palumbo ’09.
Individual efforts highlighted the winter sports season, including an NCAA appearance; CAC swimmers, rookie, track athlete and co-coach of the year honors; and more Paralympic records.
In recent years, the number of students from regional schools who have experienced a day of educational inspiration at FSU has grown significantly as the University finds new ways to engage young minds.
With the aim of providing targeted services to the growing population of students who served our nation and their dependents, Frostburg State has moved its Veterans Center to a larger and better-equipped location.
Frostburg State University students and recent graduates are in the midst of a fundraising campaign to honor the historic Brownsville community on FSU’s campus.
What started as a history research project has grown into a fundraising campaign to create a permanent monument to the African-American community of Brownsville that existed where FSU’s Upper Quad now stands.
Numbers speak volumes in the Dead Poets Society, a new campus club that makes figuring equations a fun social experience – and not just for math majors.
Frostburg State University will celebrate the inauguration of its 15th president, Dr. Ronald H. Nowaczyk, in a ceremony that centers a week bookended by events celebrating student artistic achievement. The ceremony, which is open to the public, will be Friday, April 7, at 2 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center’s Pealer Recital Hall.
Frostburg State University has been designated a Voter Friendly Campus in the inaugural list of 83 such campuses nationwide from the Campus Vote Project in partnership with NASPA, Student Affairs Professionals in Higher Education. Just two Maryland schools earned the designation: Frostburg and Towson University.
Yuri Yao-Tsung Chih, right, director of the Education Division of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office (TECRO) in the United States presents Frostburg State University President Ronald Nowaczyk with a signed student and faculty exchange agreement between Nanhua University in Taiwan and Frostburg State. Future plans for the partnership involve the potential development of a cooperative degree, a student enrichment program, Chinese language training for FSU students and scholarship opportunities that will allow Frostburg students to study in Taiwan.