• Students connected with potential employers at the annual Fall Career and Internship Fair. Good luck on your job searches!
  • Two students from FSU’s Food Recovery Network, Kristin Ratliff and Dylan Redman (top), pass FSU Executive Chef Adam Kenney trays of unserved food from Chesapeake Dining Hall for donation to the Western Maryland Food Bank. These students and others from Tracy Edwards’ Sustainability 155 course formed Frostburg’s FRN chapter in spring 2017.
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Robert A. Norr Memorial Scholarship “Sealed the Deal” for Recent Frostburg State Grad

Calli Feudale’s career is built on making people who face difficult circumstances live a rewarding life. Yet, she would not be a 2017 Frostburg State University Recreation and Parks graduate if it weren’t for others giving back. Feudale, 22, of Frederick, Md., received the Robert A. Norr Memorial Scholarship in 2016, awarded to a FSU recreation and parks major who studies therapeutic recreation and exemplifies the character and spirit of the late FSU student Bob Norr, among other criteria.

Brianna Hopkins teaches at Gwynns Falls Elementary School

Coppin State University, Frostburg State University Partnership Prepares Teachers For All Classroom Environments

Maryland is in many ways a miniature America with snowy mountains in the west transitioning to farmland and urban cities and then to sandy beaches along the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean. The population is as diverse across the state as the geography, and if teacher candidates can figure out how to scale unfamiliar terrain in two starkly different Maryland classrooms, they can teach anywhere in the country.

Brianna Hopkins teaches at Gwynns Falls Elementary School

Frostburg State’s Food Recovery Network Cuts Food Waste and Feeds People in Need

About 46 million Americans rely on food banks to feed themselves and their families each year. Yet the USDA estimates that 30 to 40 percent of America’s annual food production – 133 billion pounds, or $161 billion worth – goes to waste.

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