||Bowman Named Frostburg State University College of Business Alumnus of the Year
Frostburg State University graduate Craig Bowman has been named the FSU College of Business Alumnus of the Year. He was presented with the honor by FSU President Jonathan Gibralter at the annual College of Business Honors Reception held recently, which also recognized the top business students of the year.
||FSU to Present Distinguished Alumni Achievement Awards at 142nd Commencement
Frostburg State University will present the 2013 Distinguished Alumni Achievement Awards to Thomas N. Creamer and Dr. Jesse Ketterman at the 142nd commencement ceremony slated for Saturday, May 18, in the Cordts Physical Education Center.
||FSU Relay for Life Raises Record Amount, More Than $63,000
Frostburg State University’s annual Relay for Life, with a theme of Knock Cancer Out of the Park, broke its fundraising record again this year by raising $63,434.89. This makes a total of nearly $400,000 raised for the American Cancer Society since FSU’s relay began 12 years ago.
||Princeton Review Lists Frostburg State University Among “Greenest Colleges”
Frostburg State University is one of the 322 most environmentally responsible colleges in the U.S. and Canada, according to The Princeton Review. The education services company known for its college rankings, ratings, guidebooks and test prep, profiles FSU in the fourth annual edition of its free, downloadable book, “The Princeton Review’s Guide to 322 Green Colleges.”
||FSU Provost Stephen Simpson Returning to Political Science Faculty
Dr. Stephen Simpson, who has served as Frostburg State University provost and vice president for Academic Affairs for the past 12 years, will return to the faculty of the Department of Political Science after the end of this academic year.
||Young Educator’s Passion for Teaching Lives on Through New Scholarship to FSU
It was clear early on that Laura Ann Collins was dedicated to becoming an amazing educator. She started thinking about teaching before even graduating from Brunswick High School in 2004 by joining the Future Teachers of America. Later, after earning her bachelor’s degree at Radford University, she enrolled in Frostburg State University’s Master of Arts in Teaching program at the University System of Maryland at Hagerstown, graduating with honors in 2010.