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Frostburg State University ethnobotany students found out that, while money doesn’t grow on trees, it might grow in the ground in the form of American ginseng, cultivated near Friendsville, Md.
For some Frostburg State University students, shopping on Main Street is no longer a mystery.
Frostburg State University Police are now using body-worn cameras, making it the first and only police agency in Allegany County to fully deploy the technology.
Two online organizations focused on helping prospective students find the best values in online MBA programs have ranked Frostburg State University’s program among the top 50 in the nation in recent weeks.
Frostburg State University Director of Civic Engagement Patrick O’Brien was honored with the Spirit of Frostburg Award during a recent Frostburg City Council meeting, in recognition of his ongoing efforts to strengthen the relationship between FSU students and the year-round residents of Frostburg.
The Frostburg State University Center for Literary Arts announces “Roses for the Sweetheart” by Kat Meads of Ben Lomond, Calif., as the winner of its 2016 One-Act Playwriting Competition. The winning play and the second- and third-place plays will be featured at the seventh annual One-Act Play Festival, hosted by the Center for Literary Arts on Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Palace Theatre in downtown Frostburg.
Frostburg State University has been named the 2016 Public Institution of the Year by The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars (TWC), America’s largest academic internship program. TWC partners with more than 500 U.S. colleges and universities.
Frostburg State University’s Center for Literary Arts has launched an original podcast, recorded and produced at WFWM Radio, showcasing local authors and their works.
A new weekly writing workshop for area military veterans will meet for the first time at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 20, at the Frostburg State University Center for Literary Arts, 22 E. Main St. in downtown Frostburg. The workshop, which is free of charge and open to all veterans in the Western Maryland region, is designed to help veterans transform their military experiences into written works.
he U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights (OCR) has announced its findings in a review of Frostburg State University’s compliance with the tenets of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 regarding the handling of sexual assault complaints. FSU was one of the over 200 institutions that has been investigated by OCR on how colleges and universities handle sexual assault complaints.
Francis Tam, a retired Frostburg State University physics professor, has been awarded a fellowship with the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) for 2016. Those selected for the prestigious honor display exceptional contribution to AAPT’s mission, to enhance the understanding and appreciation of physics through teaching. Fellowship is a distinct honor signifying recognition by one’s professional peers.
Frostburg State University’s Department of Theatre and Dance will once again present something for everyone during its 2016-17 season lineup – an adventure tale, a beloved children’s fantasy, a Christmas holiday ghost story, a Civil War drama, an 18th-century British comedy and two student dance concerts with original choreography.
Frostburg State University honored three outstanding employees, Lynn Ketterman, Sandra Rohrbaugh and Jason “Jay” Howard, at its recent Fall Convocation. The annual Staff Awards for Excellence recognize exceptional service to the institution. Recipients are nominated and chosen by their colleagues. This year’s award winners have served FSU for a combined total of 70 years.
Activities for Life at Frostburg State University will offer two sessions of an Intermediate Dance and Movement class for children ages 7 to11 years on Mondays in room 106 of the Cordts Physical Education Center. Session 1 will take place from Sept. 12 to Oct. 17, and session 2 from Oct. 24 to Nov. 28.
Activities for Life at Frostburg State University will offer two sessions of a beginner’s tumbling class for children ages 3 and 4 and a basic tumbling class for children ages 5 to 8 years in room 106 of the Cordts Physical Education Center. Session 1 will take place on Thursdays, Sept. 15 through Oct. 20, and session 2 from Oct. 27 to Dec. 8 (no class on Nov. 17 or 24). The beginner’s class will be held from 5 to 5:50 p.m. and the basic class will be from 6 to 6:50 p.m.
Frostburg State University’s much-anticipated Appalachian Festival will return for its 11th year from Thursday, Sept. 15, to Saturday, Sept. 17. The free, family-friendly event brings together artists and craftspeople to celebrate all that makes the region unique – its history, culture, music, food and more – with performances, workshops, displays, discussions and activities.
Activities for Life at Frostburg State University will offer group fitness classes that will be held Mondays through Thursdays, Sept. 19 through Dec. 15, from 7 to 8 p.m. in Cordts Physical Education Center room 168. There will be no classes Nov. 21 through 24.