The program continues the Center for Professional Studies’ commitment to creating programming built around themes of social justice and cultural responsiveness.
The series opens with "Italo," the true story of a stray dog who arrived in a Sicilian town and became a beloved member of the community.
Most of the new officers have already been hired by area police departments.
The ranking among regional universities reflects Fitchburg State’s success in enrolling and graduating large numbers of economically disadvantaged students.
From a parade of nations represented in the campus community to thought-provoking discussions featuring faculty members and invited guests, the month's offerings will engage, inform and entertain.
The pandemic has raised many questions and issues that have constitutional as well as ethical implications. This panel talk will feature students from the university's moot court team as well as faculty members.
The exhibit is a retrospective featuring more than a decade of sculptural installations that investigate the coexistence of nature with the synthetic and the human-engineered.
Fall semester classes start Thursday, Sept. 2.
The course is part of a series of programs on equity and social change.
Faculty are committed to fostering connections with students and improving their own teaching through the program.