Two Fairmont State University faculty members were recognized at the annual Faculty Award Ceremony earlier this year as sabbatical award recipients, which provides the opportunity to engage in research, writing, study or any other activity to improve instruction.
On Saturday, July 9, Fairmont State University will welcome teachers from across the State of West Virginia to campus for the Governor’s Honors Academy Outstanding Educator Luncheon in the Falcon Center. Students participating in GHA were each given the opportunity to invite a K-12 educator of their choice to join them at the luncheon to be recognized for their efforts in the classroom and beyond.
Three Fairmont State University senior History majors attended the national Phi Alpha Theta Biennial Conference in Orlando on Jan. 6-10 and presented academic papers.
“We’ve had students present at some of the smaller regional conferences in the past, but this was the first time we’ve had students present at the national conference,” said Dr. Robin Payne, Assistant Professor of History and faculty advisor for the FSU Phi Alpha Theta chapter.
Nineteen Fairmont State University students will witness an important moment in American history by participating in a 10-day academic seminar in Washington, D.C., focusing on the U.S. Presidential Inauguration.
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