Fairmont State University's football team wrapped up the 2012 version of spring drills with the annual Maroon-White Spring Game Saturday, April 28 at Duvall-Rosier Field. Athletics details the action and has more photos online at fightingfalcons.com.
The Fairmont State University School of Fine Arts and Masquers theatre group presented “What the Butler Saw,” a comedy by Joe Orton, April 20, 21 and 22.
The West Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics (WVCTM) recently named Fairmont State University professor of mathematics, Dennine LaRue, the 2012 College Mathematics Teacher of the Year.
Fairmont State University’s outstanding faculty members were honored during the Recognition of Faculty Achievement ceremony for their exemplary efforts throughout the 2011-2012 academic year.
“Fairmont State truly is set apart by this tremendous faculty. While we can tout an excellent faculty-to-student ratio, as compared to larger institutions, that statistic only becomes meaningful when we consider the quality of our faculty,” said FSU President Maria Rose.
The annual Women of Color Luncheon, a celebration of diversity and achievement, took place Tuesday, April 24. The event is intended to honor those who have shown a commitment for treating people equally and for celebrating diversity.
Dr. Elizabeth A. Dooley was the featured speaker for this year’s event. An administrator, teacher educator, scholar, lyricist, composer, mother, wife, sister and aunt, Dooley is the Associate Provost for Undergraduate Academic Affairs at West Virginia University and serves as the Provost’s academic officer for undergraduate education.
The Fairmont State University Presidential Search Committee today, April 26, announced its recommendation of Dr. Maria C. Rose as president-elect of Fairmont State University.
A partnership between Fairmont State University and Marion County Schools has brought two public school teachers to campus while providing new opportunities for graduate students.
Through the Professional Development School (PDS) Partnership originated in the School of Education, Health and Human Performance, two area classrooms at Fairview Middle and Whitehall Elementary benefited from firsts.
During the month of April, Fairmont State University is maroon and white – and blue – because of one family’s effort to raise awareness about autism. Corey Cleavenger, a sophomore at FSU majoring in Biology/Chemistry, had a bright idea and approached the Physical Plant that maintains the shared main campus of FSU and Pierpont Community & Technical College.