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Fifty-five members of the Frostburg State University campus came together on October 17 and 18 to jumpstart the university’s strategic planning process through an intensive two-day workshop. The task force, composed of faculty, staff, and one student representative, engaged in the beginning of what will be a months-long planning process.
On Friday, October 14, Frostburg State University (FSU) President Dr. Ronald Nowaczyk officially announced the membership of the special campus-wide task force that will be spearheading the institution’s strategic planning process. The goal of the process is to develop a new FSU strategic plan in time to be reviewed by
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan visited the Frostburg State University campus on Friday, Oct. 14. His visit included a tour of the university and centered around a discussion regarding small businesses with the Office of Minority Affairs. The roundtable event began at 2:30 p.m. in Gira Center and was followed by
On Tuesday, September 11, faculty from the political science and history departments at Frostburg State University came together to provide remarks on the current U.S. presidential election. Together, the faculty gave historical and cultural context to the current contest, providing scope to the candidacies and the impending decision. A question