With growth in international student enrollment, the building of partnerships with colleges and universities in other nations and increased travel abroad opportunities for students, the Fairmont State University community has more global connections than ever before.
A committee chaired by Dr. Rick Harvey, Dean of the School of Business, has been charged with re-examining and updating the FSU Strategic Plan.
The inauguration ceremony of Fairmont State University's 13th president will showcase the musical talent of students, faculty, staff and the community.
FSU's Concrete Canoe team has been named one of the "55 Good Things" about West Virginia by The State Journal. Click here to check out a news story by Karen Kiley of WBOY-TV.
Fairmont State University's American Society of Civil Engineers Student Chapter continues its tradition of excellence and will again represent the region at the National Concrete Canoe Competition.
As part of the Fairmont State University Presidential Lecture Series, Dr. Deanna Shields will present "Citizenship in the 21st Century: Fostering Educational Commitment."
Professional dulcimer player Stephen Seifert has been named as the 2010 Artist-in-Residence at Fairmont State University and will perform in several venues this weekend.
The annual Celebration of Student Scholarship showcases the creative work of Fairmont State University students with a special day dedicated to their academic achievements.
WesBanco Marketing President Stephen F. Decker, left, and Senior Vice President and Trust Officer Aaron L. Hawkins, right, present to Fairmont State Foundation, Inc. Interim Executive Director A.P. Perkinson the signed agreement establishing a new WesBanco Business Graduate Degree Endowed Scholarship at Fairmont State University benefiting the Master of Business Administration program.
One thousand seven hundred seventy-six cans of vegetable medley. One hundred seventy-five cans of peas. One hundred cans of beef broth. One hundred cans of tomato sauce. Ninety cans of corn. Seventy-five cans of green beans.
The Fairmont State University School of Fine Arts and the Department of Language and Literature present the American Shakespeare Center's "Rough, Rude & Boisterous Tour" for a week of Elizabethan lyricism, love and oh-so-bitter woe. Beginning Thursday, March 25, three separate productions will take place - "Romeo & Juliet," "All's Well that Ends Well" and "Knight of the Burning Pestle" - as well as some highly instructive workshops.