• NASA Astronaut Ricky Arnold, FSU class of ’85, showed off some Bobcat Pride during his 197 days working on the International Space Station last year.
  • FSU students meet with Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford at the Maryland State House during a legislative immersion trip to Annapolis. (Photo courtesy of the Executive Office of the Governor.)
  • Frostburg State University students are welcome at PAWS Pantry, a shopping style pantry in the Braddock House that provides food and basic necessities at no cost. PAWS Pantry was created to ease the negative impact that food insecurity has on students. Email Melanie Hutter at mlhutter@frostburg.edu to learn more.
  • Students in FSU’s Economic Botany class studied the sustainability of materials used for dyes in traditional Cherokee basket-making as part of a program in to Cherokee, N.C. Here they are measuring white oak and butternut trees, which are used in the baskets. From left are Cory Mack, Austin Person, Matt Dalgetty, Erika Allen, Lauren Halverson and Makenzy Moore.
  • FSU will offer new concentrations in its online AACSB-accredited MBA program starting in fall 2018.
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FSU Marketing Club Shows That They Can Compete in Today’s Business World

Competing against universities with names like Yale and Syracuse, Frostburg State University’s Marketing Club proved that they have the ideas and the skills to compete in today’s business world.

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FSU Student Jenna Puffinburger Honored as 2019 Newman Civic Fellow

Frostburg State University junior Jenna Puffinburger has been chosen by Campus Compact as a 2019 Newman Civic Fellow, which acknowledges motivation and potential in public leadership. Puffinburger is one of the 262 students who were honored among all Campus Compact institutions.

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International Studies Student Lives and Learns in the Nation’s Capital

Living and learning in the nation’s capital was an eye-opening experience for Joshua Riggs, a recent graduate of Frostburg State University’s International Studies program. Riggs spent his fall 2018 semester in Washington, D.C., working as an intern for U.S. Sen. Benjamin Cardin.

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