The Office of Career Development will open its doors in a new location this semester, offering students opportunities to take part in programs that will teach them about being prepared for post-college life.
As a part of the new Center for Academic Success and Advisement (CASA), the career development... Read More »
FMU’s Board of Trustees approved four resolutions and announced several plans for the 2016- 2017 year at its last meeting of the year on Nov. 17.
The four resolutions included: expanding the name of the Adele Kassab Recital Hall to include the art gallery, amending FMU’s mission statement, approving... Read More »
Twenty-seven healthcare administration students moved their tassels to the left during December’s commencement, making them the first to graduate from FMU with this degree.
According to Dr. Ruth Wittmann-Price, dean of FMU’s School of Health Sciences, the future looks promising for these students... Read More »
The FMU Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) put together the free HIV testing, sponsored by Hope Health, for students in housing this past November.
Normally held by Housing and Residence Life, this has been the first year that testing has been sponsored by GSA.
FMU has held HIV testing for a few years... Read More »
Christian Brunetti, a senior English major, is making a name for himself not only at FMU, but on the big screen too.
Brunetti is not the traditional student, in more than one sense of the term. He joined... Read More »
Inclusivity is something many people and groups at FMU strive for and is something held dear. One student in particular, senior English major Mitchell Aldaco, believes that everyone, no matter their differences,... Read More »
Dr. Jennifer Kelly, a chemistry professor, has shown her dedication to FMU students by applying for grants to take students to the same chemistry conference each year since 2009.
The Southeast Regional... Read More »
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