The events include a talk by author and alumnus Keith Gentili on March 21.
Fitchburg State University awarded more than 400 graduate and undergraduate degrees during the winter ceremony of its 127th commencement exercises Friday, Dec. 22.
The kora is a West African stringed instrument with origins dating back at least to the 13th century.
Our programs will explore racial profiling from a variety of perspectives, from statistics to social media and historical precedents.
The recognition speaks to the quality of online courses and the care that faculty take to make sure their courses provide a unique experience for students that promotes engagement and rigor.
The professors are looking to show teachers how they can inspire readers to consider complicated questions about the subjects they are learning.
“Stand Up Nation: Humor and Identity in Multiethnic America” will feature Associate Professor DeMisty Bellinger-Delfeld from the university's English Studies Department.
The acclaimed 2009 film "District 9" explores themes of apartheid and discrimination that are central to Trevor Noah's memoir "Born a Crime."
Reilly will discuss the often problematic ways in which international politics influences the practice of journalists.