2022 News

July

Jul 20, 2022
Fund for Education Abroad
The Spring 2023 FEA scholarship is now open! Direct all of the deserving, eligible undergraduates you know to apply now!

April

Apr 4, 2022
Brownsville Hall Ribbon Cutting and Racial Healing Program
A reminder to please join us at 6:00 for the ribbon cutting ceremony this evening at the Brownsville Residential Hall. Following the ceremony, we will meet in CCIT 397 at 6:30 p.m. for a racial healing program, a campus conversation to bring campus and community members together.

March

Mar 29, 2022
Considering LGBTQ+ Youth and the Effects of Bullying
In this informational session, Talatha will present on the different types of bullying and the short and long-term effects that these experiences can have on an individual. LGBTQ+ experiences are highlighted, but the concepts apply to all. There will also be time for questions and answers from the audience.

Mar 29, 2022
Center for Teaching Excellence: Virtual Conference on DEI in Math Education
“Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Math Education” will explore the gap and the opportunities to improve diversity, equity and inclusion among faculty and students in math and math-adjacent education.

Mar 22, 2022
Hidden in Full View
The Frostburg State University History Department presents Dr. Charles L. Chavis, Jr. Charles L. Chavis, Jr. Dr. Chavis’s discussion on Hidden in Full View: Confronting the Legacy of Racism in the Age of Fracture will take place Thursday, March 31 at 7:00 p.m. in Gira Center, Room 397.

Mar 4, 2022
Bobcats Against Bias Week
Frostburg State University’s Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (ODEI) will host “#BobcatsAgainstBias: A Week of Celebrating Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” the week of Friday, April 1 through Friday, April 8. Each day will have a different theme, and events, workshops and information will be offered throughout.

February

Feb 25, 2022
Black History is American History
On the final day of Black History Month, Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion highlights ways to continue to educate peers on Black history outside of just Black History Month. There will be a display of affinity groups and student organizations that are known to be safe spaces for Black students on campus. Motivational speaker, Jordan Green-Ellis, will also hold a discussion with students.

Feb 21, 2022
We Struggled, We Survived, We Succeeded
This President’s Day event will outline the progression of Black people in the U. S. from enslavement to the present day. Included will be power moves within the Black community, celebrating the first Black doctors, politicians, dancers, educators, cooks and more.

Feb 1, 2022
Dr. Charles R. Drew Knowledge Bowl
Frostburg State, along with Howard University, Morgan State and Hampton University, is invited to take part in the Dr. Charles R. Drew Knowledge Bowl, a Black History Month Program of the Dr. Edna Mckenzie Branch of ASALH. A virtual event, teams of three students will represent their school in the KNOWLEDGE BOWL. Questions will be based on basic and general Black History.

January

Jan 31, 2022
Freedom of Speech: Hate, Hope and Healing Event
Frostburg State University ODEI and the UCDEI will host an interactive event providing historical narrative, compelling examples, and thought-provoking dialogue about traditionally difficult topics that can be uncomfortable to discuss. Using his legal background as an attorney with American history and diversity, equity and inclusion principals, the facilitator will take participants on a journey that increases awareness, knowledge and skills as it relates to social justice and advocacy.