• FSU’s Robin Wynder, director of Center for Student Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, introduces playwright Keenan Scott II ’09 to students and alumni attending his play, “Thoughts of a Colored Man” at Baltimore Center Stage.
  • Honors General Biology I students identify and analyze ticks species sent from around the region to evaluate the spread of Lyme disease.
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  • Members of the Bobcat Marching Band provided music during the Move-in BBQ at the beginning of the semester.
  • Frostburg State University has officially been accepted to begin the Division II membership process, capping a 41-year run as a member of Division III.
  • Future Bobcats attended one of five Preview sessions in June where they attended orientation and registered for their first semester of classes!
  • The 2019 Undergraduate Research Symposium had 248 students mentored by 52 faculty and staff across 3 colleges and 15 departments!
  • 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.
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Keenan Scott II '09

Scott’s “Thoughts” Carry Him on a Theatrical Journey of Discovery and Development

Who am I? A central question that we all ask. Playwright and Frostburg State alum Keenan Scott II ’09 chose to take on just that quintessential question from the perspective of today’s black man in his play, Thoughts of a Colored Man, a project born while he was a student at FSU.

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Two From FSU AmeriCorps Programs Honored with Governor’s Service Award

上海快3如何做代理Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan honored two volunteers from Frostburg State University-affiliated AmeriCorps program – FSU senior Mekhi Jones and AmeriCorps alumnus Robert Zellner -- during the 36th Annual Governor’s Service Awards Ceremony, which was hosted by the Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism in October.

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Frostburg State University Awarded $4 Million for Maryland Accelerates Teacher Education Program

上海快3如何做代理The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Frostburg State University nearly $4.1 million over five years for the Maryland Accelerates program, a partnership that is designed to increase the number of certified teachers in Maryland schools, especially in the sciences, mathematics and computer science, as well as to provide a career path for established teachers to mentor new educators.

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