An exhibit titled “Indiscrete Entities” by Nick LeJeune is on display in the J.D. Brooks Gallery, located on the fourth floor of Wallman Hall on the main Fairmont State University campus, through Friday, July 29.
Fairmont State University will host the 2016 Governor’s Honors Academy on its main campus in Fairmont through July 16.
About 200 high school juniors will participate in the three-week residential program administered by the West Virginia Department of Education and the Arts, which also assists with in-kind support. Dr. J. Robert Baker, Director of the Honors Program at FSU, will serve as dean. The theme of the 2016 GHA is “Our Life in Common.”
The Fairmont State University School of Business honored students for their academic achievement at the Delta Mu Delta Induction Ceremony and Scholarship and Award Presentations at the end of the spring 2016 semester.
Dr. Richard Harvey is Dean of the School of Business. Dr. Gina Fantasia and Dr. Rebecca Giorcelli are Associate Deans. RJ Gimbl, President of the Fairmont State Foundation, presented remarks during the event. Ashley Tasker was named Adjunct Instructor of the Year and Dr. Joseph Kremer was named Professor of the Year.
The 42nd Annual West Virginia State Mathematics Field Day was held April 29 and 30, 2016, at Fairmont State University in Fairmont. Operated and organized by the West Virginia State Mathematics Field Day Organization, the event was sponsored in part by the NASA West Virginia Space Grant Consortium, the West Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics and Reasoning Mind.
Learning Options, Inc. is partnering with Fairmont State University artists and scientists to offer an innovative three-day workshop that blends art and science disciplines. The unique learning opportunity is supported in part by a STEAM Power WV grant from the West Virginia Division of Culture and History in partnership with the Benedum Foundation.
Fairmont State University’s Town & Gown Players present “Children of Eden.” From musical theatre greats Stephen Schwartz (“Wicked,” “Godspell”) and John Caird comes a joyous and inspirational musical about parents, children and faith.
The Falcon Center Summer Day Camp for children ages 6 through 12 provides games, sports, water activities and educational activities in one-week sessions from June 6 to July 29. Parents or guardians can register children for just one week or can pick and choose as many weeks as they want.
The camp runs Mondays through Fridays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The cost is $150 per camper per week and includes daily snacks, lunch provided by Dining Services and a T-shirt. Children must be registered by May 20 to be guaranteed a T-shirt.
The Fairmont State Alumni Association is hosting the annual PNC Day in the Park in June. This year, 16 registrants will be selected to participate in Pirates batting practice.
To enter to win the batting practice, register for the event online here or call (304) 367-4015. Batting practice participants will be selected on June 3 and winners will be notified via telephone.
The Fairmont State University American Society of Civil Engineers Student Chapter has been named as a finalist for a prestigious international student chapter award.
As the Region 4 Distinguished Chapter, FSU’s ASCE Student Chapter is one of five finalists for the international Robert Ridgway Award. Region 4 includes West Virginia, Virginia, Indiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Arkansas and Kentucky.
Rehearsals are under way for Fairmont State University’s Academy for the Arts Youth Company spring productions. This semester the Academy will be offering two shows for one evening of family fun. Disney’s “Winnie the Pooh Kids,” performed by local kindergarten through fifth graders, and “James and the Giant Peach,” performed by area sixth through 12th graders, take the stage on Wallman Hall from May 19 through May 22.