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    Framingham State Part of New Program to Aid Homeless Teens Seeking a College Education

    Framingham State University and MassBay Community College are part of a new scholarship program that provides free access to residence halls, meal plans and case management to homeless teens who enroll at one of the two institutions.

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  • FSU President Javier Cevallos

    President Cevallos Joins Leaders Across the United States in Affirming Commitment to Global Climate Action on the 5th Anniversary of the Paris Agreement

    December 12th marks the five-year anniversary of the world coming together to sign on to the Paris Agreement and Framingham State University is marking the moment by committing to a national mobilization for a clean energy economy and centering their own operations in pursuit of climate action.

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  • HSI recognition

    International Student Camila Wendorff Earns Prestigious Biotechnology Scholarship

    FSU international student Camila Wendorff ’21 is the recipient of the 1st ever Henri A. Termeer Student Scholarship, awarded by The Termeer Foundation and the Massachusetts Biotechnology Education Foundation (MassBioEd).

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  • Framingham State Named a Top College for United States Veterans

    Framingham State Named a Top College for United States Veterans

    Framingham State University has been ranked a top college for United States Veterans by College Factual, an online site that bills itself as one of the largest sources of higher education data in the United States.

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  • Women's Basketball Wins First MASCAC Title

    FSU Recognized for Promoting Well-Being, Safety and Inclusion

    Framingham State University has joined 15 percent of colleges across the country that have been recognized with a CPN (Campus Prevention Network) Seal of Prevention for its commitment to promoting well-being, safety and inclusion.

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  • FSU Receives Grant from BayPath Elder Services to Expand Free Adventures in Lifelong Learning Program to Isolated Seniors and Seniors from Underrepresented Communities

    FSU Receives Grant from BayPath Elder Services to Expand Free Adventures in Lifelong Learning Program to Isolated Seniors and Seniors from Underrepresented Communities

    Framingham State University (FSU) has received a $14,000 grant from BayPath Elder Services to hire an outreach coordinator to expand the free Adventures in Lifelong Learning Program to isolated seniors, as well as those from underrepresented communities.

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  • Framingham State University Again Named Among the Most Environmentally Responsible Colleges in The Country by the The Princeton Review

    Framingham State University Again Named Among the Most Environmentally Responsible Colleges in The Country by the The Princeton Review

    Framingham State University has again been placed among the most environmentally responsible colleges in the country, according to The Princeton Review’s latest guide to green colleges.

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  • FSU Receives 40,000 Grant from the Baker Administration

    FSU Receives 40,000 Grant from the Baker Administration to Increase Dual Enrollment Opportunities for Low-Income, Underrepresented and First Generation Students

    The Baker Administration has awarded Framingham State University $40,000 to expand access to higher education opportunities to low-income, underrepresented and first generation students through the Commonwealth Dual Enrollment Program (CDEP).

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    FSU Library Receives $7,500 Grant to Foster Increased Civic Engagement

    Framingham State University’s Whittemore Library aims to become a hub of civic engagement during the upcoming academic year with help from a $7,500 federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant from the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners (MBLC).

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  • Three Exciting New Exhibitions Open at Framingham State University’s Danforth Art Museum on September 19th

    Three Exciting New Exhibitions Open at Framingham State University’s Danforth Art Museum on September 19th

    Photo Credit: Katherine Gulla, Fossil 4, 2015. The work of artists Katherine Gulla, Rebecca Hutchinson and Catherine Smith will be on display at Framingham State University’s Danforth Art Museum starting September 19th as part of the museum’s fall exhibition series.

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    Framingham State Announces Virtual Arts & Ideas Series

    The COVID19 pandemic isn’t stopping Framingham State University from moving ahead with an exciting lineup of speakers, films, exhibitions and performances for its 2020-2021 Arts & Ideas Series.

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  • Two students at Commencement

    Framingham State University Recognized with Award for Diversity and Inclusion Efforts

    Framingham State University has again been recognized for its efforts to support diversity, equity, and inclusion on campus with a Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award.

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  • FSU Biotechnology Students Win ISPE Chapter of the Year Award

    FSU Biotechnology Students Win ISPE Chapter of the Year Award

    The ISPE (International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineers) student chapter at Framingham State University has been selected as the Outstanding Student Chapter of the Year for the Boston area by the international non-profit organization.

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  • Framingham State University’s Danforth Art Museum Reopening to Public August 1st

    Framingham State University’s Danforth Art Museum Reopening to Public August 1st

    The Danforth Art Museum at Framingham State University is slated to reopen to its members and the general public later this week after being closed since late March due to COVID19

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  • FSU Announces 2020 Distinguished Faculty and Librarians

    FSU Announces 2020 Distinguished Faculty and Librarians

    Framingham State University is pleased recognize the winners of the 2020 Distinguished Faculty and Librarian Awards in the areas of Teaching, Scholarship/Creative Work, Advising, and Professional Service.

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  • Dr. Constanza Cabello

    Framingham State University Vice President Dr. Constanza Cabello Named to AASCU 2020 Millennium Leadership Initiative

    Dr. Constanza Cabello, Framingham State University’s Vice President for Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Engagement, has been named to a prestigious leadership initiative that has been successful in shaping future college presidents and chancellors from underrepresented backgrounds.

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  • Student in classroom

    Framingham State University Launches Intensive Program Focused on Race and Equity Training for STEM Faculty

    Beginning this week, 11 faculty members from Framingham State University and 4 from MassBay Community College will take part in the Framingham State University STEM Racial Equity Institute, which is the centerpiece of a $1 million grant FSU received from the Howard Hughes Institute (HHMI) in 2018.

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  • Cummings Grant

    Framingham State Receives $100,000 from Cummings Foundation to Create a Summer Bridge Program for Low-Income and First-Generation Students

    Framingham State University (FSU) has received a $100,000 grant spread over four years from Cummings Foundation to create a Summer Bridge Program for underrepresented and first-generation students from low-income households.

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  • Child drawing

    Danforth Art School at Framingham State University Offering its Summer Arts Program Remotely

    The Danforth Art School at Framingham State University is moving its Summer Arts Program online, providing students with a wonderful creative outlet while they are stuck at home.

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  • Mary Kate O'Day

    FSU Senior Mary Kate O’Day Named 2020 MASCAC Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year

    Reigning Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC) Women's Basketball Player of the Year, senior guard Mary Kate O'Day (Berlin, Mass.) has been selected the 2020 MASCAC Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year as selected by the conference's eight Directors of Athletics.

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  • Students in Zoom meeting

    Students in Non-Profit Giving Course Overcome Pandemic Obstacles and Award $10,000

    The COVID19 pandemic has taken a massive toll on non-profits and charitable organizations, as the need for services has skyrocketed while donations have dropped off.

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