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Frostburg State University students, standing, from left, Mouna Mawolo and Brandi Hawkins, and AmeriCorps volunteer Erin Lewis, seated, hold a small fraction of the 100 baskets of food collected by FSU student organizations, athletic teams, campus departments and individuals that were distributed to area families in need in time for Thanksgiving. In addition to the baskets filled with food, including a turkey, ham or a gift card to cover the purchase of a turkey or ham, $400 in extra gift certificates were donated.
Victory Media, which serves military personnel transitioning into civilian life, has named Frostburg State University to its coveted Military Friendly® Schools list for the sixth 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.
The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education has accredited two of Frostburg State University’s online nursing programs, granting initial accreditation for its new online Master of Science in Nursing program and giving continuing accreditation for the popular Bachelor of Science in Nursing completion program.
Frostburg State University students had the opportunity to interact with an experienced international trade negotiator when Trade Minister Counselor Dao Tran Nhan of the Embassy of Vietnam came to campus recently. Nhan is the Vietnamese official responsible for trade policy and promoting trade and industrial cooperation with the United States.
Frostburg State University has been highlighted in the 2016 Sustainable Campus Index in the Investment & Finance section for its efforts in advancing sustainability in higher education through the creation of the Student Sustainability Fee, which was voted on by the FSU Student Government Association.
When the curtain rises and the lights come on for the Frostburg State University production of “James and the Giant Peach Jr.,” children throughout Western Maryland will accompany James and his six loveable insect friends on their magical, musical adventure across the Atlantic Ocean in an overgrown peach.
Frostburg State University’s 2016 Homecoming King and Queen candidates raised a grand total of $4,888.57 for local and national charities in just three weeks. Students representing 15 campus organizations raised the most money the election has seen since 2012 and provided a fundraising increase of $1,603.19 from last year’s grand total of $3,275.38. Organized by the Student Government Association, the election allows representatives from University-recognized student organizations to raise funds and awareness for a charity of their choice in the process of their campaign.
Before retiring as president of Frostburg State University in 2006, Dr. Catherine Gira signed two agreements between the FSU Foundation, Inc., and former U.S. Senator J. Glenn Beall, Jr. The first, in 2001, established the J. Glenn Beall Archives in FSU’s Lewis J. Ort University Library.
Frostburg State University’s online Master of Business Administration has been ranked the 15th Best Buy among distance MBAs in the nation by GetEducated.com, the consumer guide to online colleges. This affordability ranking is based on a comprehensive review of more than 180 competing MBAs that are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).
Frostburg State University President Ronald H. Nowaczyk was among some 40 college and university presidents invited to the White House in late September for the President’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge, an invitation extended because of Frostburg State University’s commitment to and success in community service and civic engagement.