• Posted 04/25/16

    Panel talk to explore legacy of war on terror

    The talk will draw on experts from the campus to introduce a discussion of the lessons and legacy of a war on terror that has helped to shape the country – and the world – for nearly 15 years.

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  • Posted 04/21/16

    New Commonwealth Commitment promises savings for degrees

    The Commonwealth Commitment commits every public campus to providing 10 percent rebates at the end of each successfully completed semester to qualifying undergraduate students, in addition to the standard MassTransfer tuition waiver received upon entering a four-year institution from a community college.

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  • Posted 04/14/16

    Barbara Wilson ‘80 to deliver commencement address on May 21

    Wilson, the co-founder and president of Wilson Language Training, has been dedicated to individuals with dyslexia for over 30 years. She authored the Wilson Reading System, in use by more than 25,000 teachers across the nation, and provides a voice for students with dyslexia through presentations at hundreds of national and international conferences.

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  • Posted 04/12/16

    New translation of Spanish play to be presented in bilingual performances

    This production celebrates the rich teaching career of Dr. Maria Jaramillo of the Humanities Department who will be retiring this spring. The play tells the story of how a lady and her maid, enjoying a day at the beach, turn their worlds inside out and upside down by the exchange of clothing, specifically the white apron emblematic of the serving class.

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  • Posted 04/05/16

    Campus hosts Undergraduate Research Conference and Honors Convocation on April 21

    The research conference includes presentations from Fitchburg State students from all departments, promoting creativity and scholarship. Faculty members serve as sponsors and judges of the student work, which takes the form of poster and oral presentations, media showings and performances.

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  • Posted 04/04/16

    University, Massachusetts School of Law sign articulation agreement

    The pact is one of several that Fitchburg State has negotiated with post-baccalaureate institutions in an effort to provide cost-effective paths to students’ academic and career goals.

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