Our programs will explore racial profiling from a variety of perspectives, from statistics to social media and historical precedents.
Roe v. Wade was overturned almost 50 years after it was decided by the Supreme Court. How did we get here? What does this mean for the future of other constitutional rights?
Edward Denmark sees Fitchburg State’s police program as a model for the profession, linking theory and practice.
A panel talk on Feb. 16 will look at the growing challenge of ensuring older adults in America have access to affordable and safe housing.
The academy is designed to address ongoing demographic shifts by recruiting and training future educators from traditionally underrepresented populations.
Faculty are committed to fostering connections with students and improving their own teaching through the program.
In this effort, the university will continue to serve as a research partner on projects addressing youth and young adult delinquency and crime in the Fitchburg, Leominster and Gardner areas.