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Some of the greatest opportunities can come on a whim, as Frostburg State University senior Andrew Bosch recently found out.
Bosch was set to present undergraduate research on the Canada’s Nunavut Land Claim Agreement at the Mid-Atlantic Division of the Association of Geographers Conference in Towson. Just a week before the conference, an FSU professor asked him to join the FSU Geography Bowl team that would be competing there. Knowing it was his last chance to compete, he accepted, excelled and earned a trip to the World Geography Bowl in San Francisco this spring.
Two new college rankings studies based on the U.S. Department of Education’s 2015 College Scorecard database have been released – one from the Economist and another from the Brookings Institute. While the rankings use different methodologies, each sought to determine the value colleges add to their students’ earnings potential. The studies compared former students and graduates’ actual earnings to the earnings researchers projected for attendees of such an institution.
Victory Media, which serves military personnel transitioning into civilian life, has named Frostburg State University to its coveted Military Friendly Schools list for the fifth year in a row. The Military Friendly Schools list honors colleges, universities and trade schools in the country that go above and beyond to embrace America’s military service members, veterans and spouses as students and ensure their success on campus.
Peering upward from her seat, Hannah Tavik is carefully locating the mylohyoid muscle on her patient’s neck using a metal pointer.