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  1. Two Students Earn Opportunity to attend Framingham State University for free as the first Recipients of the Mancuso Scholarships

    Posted: Tue Jun 11, 2019 at 01:29 PM

    Like many high school students during their college search, Olivia Renda spent a lot of time talking with her family about the debt she would face after earning her degree. So it was a surreal moment for her when she learned that she would have the opportunity to earn her degree at Framingham State for free, as one of the inaugural recipients of the Mancuso English, Humanities and Social & Behavioral Sciences Scholarships. Read more...

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  2. About FSU

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  3. Administration & Finance

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  4. Board of Trustees

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  5. Enrollment and Student Development Division

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  6. Facilities and Capital Planning

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  7. Human Resources

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  8. University Services

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  9. Contact Us

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  10. Vending

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  11. Careers at FSU

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  12. Policies and Laws

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  13. Equal Opportunity

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  14. Mission Statement

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  15. Accreditation

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  16. Non-Discrimination and Diversity

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  17. Accommodations

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  18. Transportation Services

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  19. Student Transportation Center

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  20. Parking Lot Shuttles

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  21. Zip Car

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  22. RAM TRAM

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  23. Environmental Health and Safety

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  24. Frequently Asked Questions

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  25. Presentations

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  26. Grants

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  27. Institution Wide Surveys

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  28. Grant Funders

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  29. Fast Facts

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  30. Post Award

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  31. Institutional Review Board

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  32. Spotlights

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  33. Office of the Chief of Staff and General Counsel

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  34. Executive Staff

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  35. University Documents

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  36. Developing a Budget

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  37. Developing a Proposal

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  38. Employees

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  39. Onboarding and Training

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  40. Benefits

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  41. Payroll

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  42. Hiring

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  43. About the President

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  44. Membership

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  45. Current Schedule and Minutes

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  46. General Education Assessment

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  47. Undergraduate Program Assessment

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  48. Graduate Program Assessment

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  49. Assessment Resources

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  50. Brandon Martinez

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    Brandon Martinez is a junior Sociology major at Framingham State. He was elected by his peers to serve as the student trustee on the University’s Board of Trustees. Brandon is also a trip leader for Alternative Spring Break and an intern in the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership Development (SILD).Read more...

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  51. Vandana Singh

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    Framingham State Physics Professor Vandana Singh is one of 13 professors from around the country to be recognized as a STIRS (Scientific Thinking and Integrative Reasoning Skills) Scholar for her case study proposal to explore the impact of drilling for oil and natural gas in the Arctic.Read more...

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  52. Doug Scott

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    Framingham State alum Doug Scott was honored as the Massachusetts STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Teacher of the Year in 2014 for his many accomplishments while teaching at Natick High School since 2003.Read more...

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  53. Diane Lowe

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    Framingham State’s longtime elementary literacy specialist Dr. Diane Lowe still occupies the same office in Crocker Hall that she did when she arrived at the University in the fall of 1973. From her perch on the third floor overlooking Crocker Grove, she’s watched five different presidents (soon to be six) emerge from Dwight Hall on their way to various meetings over the years.Read more...

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  54. Lorretta Holloway

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    Dr. Lorretta Holloway has been a professor in the English Department at Framingham State University for 15 years. Her teaching and research interests include 19th century British Literature, Women Writers, Drama, Children’s Literature, and international college readiness standards. She holds a PhD in 19th Century Literature from the University of Kansas. In 2011, Dr. Holloway was presented with the Dr. Robert Martin Outstanding First-Year Advocate Award for her work as an instructor of first-year writing courses and her efforts to educate high school students and their parents about college readiness.Read more...

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  55. Mistress Carrie

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    Mistress Carrie’s affiliation with legendary Boston radio station WAAF had already begun when she arrived at Framingham State in the early ‘90s to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Communication Arts.Read more...

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  56. Kim Devane

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    In 2007, local entrepreneur and Framingham State alumna Kim Devane ’02 launched a successful consulting firm, while staying at home to raise her family. Read more...

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  57. Students

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  58. Employees and Visitors

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  59. Project Development

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  60. Facts and Information

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  61. Hiring and Employment

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  62. Events

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  63. Meeting Dates

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  64. Richard Logan

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  65. Nancy Budwig

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  66. Kevin Foley

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  67. Dana Neshe

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  68. Fernando Quezada

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  69. Ashley DeSouza

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    “Poor kids don’t go to college.” The statement, made by a family friend, stung Ashley De Souza when she was in high school. “My parents immigrated to Framingham from Brazil. I’m a first-generation American and the first in my family to go to college,” she said.Read more...

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  70. History and Past Presidents

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  71. Quick Facts

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  72. Resources

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  73. Consumer Information

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  74. Rebecca Tartaglia

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    In my search for a college, Framingham State University just stood out from all of the rest. The campus was beautiful, and I really felt safe, even though I was away from my mom. The community is so welcoming!Read more...

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  75. General Institutional Information

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  76. Luisanna Castillo

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    I decided to attend FSU after I toured the school with my cousin on his Accepted Students Day reception. I completely fell in love with the campus and its atmosphere. FSU soon became my top choice for college and I don't think there has been a day where I was more excited than the day I received my acceptance letter.Read more...

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  77. RAM TRAM Tracking

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  78. Nicholas Lantych

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    I decided to come to Framingham State because I loved the sense of community that I felt when I visited campus. I soon learned this community existed in the classroom, where professors want their students to thrive in  academics, as well as in residence halls, offices on campus and by FSU students caring about their fellow Rams.Read more...

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  79. Print Services

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  80. Administrative Offices

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  81. Student Financial Assistance

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  82. Notice of Availability

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  83. Contact Information for Assistance

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  84. Teacher Preparation Program

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  85. Intercollegiate Athletic Program Participation

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  86. Health and Safety

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  87. Student Outcomes

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  88. Voter Registration

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  89. Common Data Set

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  90. Academic Year 2018-2019

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  91. Code of Ethics

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  92. Marketing and Communications

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  93. Tod Caflisch

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    “The greatest benefit I received from Framingham State, besides my degree, is the friendships established there with students, professors and coaches. Many of those friendships I still maintain and enjoy both personally and professionally today.”Read more...

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  94. Yasmin Bilimoria

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    “I didn’t come to Framingham State planning to get involved in so many groups on campus. But there are so many wonderful opportunities available to students that enrich the college experience.”Read more...

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  95. Kate Fraser

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    “It was a total career change for me when I became a science teacher. I feel the science background I received at Framingham State prepared me well when I sought to get my science teaching certificate.”Read more...

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  96. Bryan Roof

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    “Framingham State is a great value. My education there helped me land my dream job.”Read more...

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  97. Rob DeLeo

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    “My time at Framingham State was unquestionably the most transformative four years of my life. I can trace my career path and academic success back to the University. It’s where I discovered my love for teaching and researching.” Read more...

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  98. Meet the Staff

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  99. Enrollment and Student Development

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  100. Committee Membership

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  101. Business Office

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  102. Office of Grants & Sponsored Programs

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  103. Resources

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  104. Inclement Weather

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  105. Parking Ticket Payment & Appeal

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  106. Climate Action Plan

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  107. Climate Action Plan

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  108. Most Common Needs

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  109. Facilities Operations

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  110. Samir Leal

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    I'm a 20 year old senior studying computer science with a concentration on software development, and I'm the Treasurer of the Computer Science Club. I have been commuting to FSU since freshman year. I live 30 minutes away, in Hudson. I chose FSU because it's near my home and it's affordable, plus I got to save more money by commuting, which means I'll owe less when I graduate.Read more...

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  111. Request for Extension or Modification

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  112. Nicole Baptista

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    I chose to attend FSU because I was aware that there was a strong business program. I studied Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing and a minor in Psychology. I was involved in the Business and Psychology Clubs and worked as a resident assistant for three years.Read more...

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  113. FS2 Award Description

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  114. Office of Grants and Sponsored Programs

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  115. NSRDEC award description

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  116. Recent Awards

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  117. Campus Currents

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  118. Managing Stress at Work

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  119. neh-ala-500-years-latin-american-history

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  120. Hannah Rogers

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    Hannah Rogers is a 2018 Chemistry graduate with a concentration in Biochemistry and a minor in Biology. She was a member of the Aspiring Health Professionals student club at FSU. In 2016, she volunteered at a camp for kids with muscular dystrophy.Read more...

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  121. Statutes and By-Laws

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  122. Casis Award & MECSP

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  123. Accommodations at Campus Events

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  124. Campus Currents

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  125. Andrew Jung

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    Dr. Changyong (Andrew) Jung has been teaching in the Computer Science Department at Framingham State since 2014. He holds a master’s degree in Computer Science from Ball State University and a PhD in Computer Science from Virginia Commonwealth University. Dr. Jung and a colleague from Texas A&M recently developed a prototype version of an artificial pancreas for control of diabetes.Read more...

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  126. Kaitlyn Shannon

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    Junior Kaitlyn Shannon is a Food and Nutrition major, with a minor in Psychology. Since her freshman year, she has been involved with the groundbreaking Framingham State Food Study taking place on campus in partnership with Boston Children’s Hospital. Read more...

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  127. Dan and Patrick Gould

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    There is no lack of familiarity in the backcourt of the Framingham State basketball team these days. Twin guards Dan and Patrick Gould have been key playmakers for the team since they arrived at FSU in 2013. It helps that the pair have been playing basketball together their entire lives. Read more...

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  128. Justin Lin

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    Having attended Boston Public Schools as a child, recent Framingham State graduate Justin Lin ’15 understands the challenges many urban students face in school. Read more...

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  129. Robert Awkward

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    Robert Awkward admits to some bias, but doesn’t hold back when touting the quality of Framingham State’s Master of Human Resources (MHR) program. Read more...

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  130. Kathleen Lennon

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    In 1963, Kathleen (Hickey) Lennon became the first person in her family to earn a college degree when she graduated from Regis College. Little did she know at the time, her higher education journey was far from over.  Read more...

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  131. Dan Kessler

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    Dan Kessler pulled off the dream of most college students in 2008 when he parlayed a summer internship at EMC into a job right out of college in the data storage and software company’s marketing department.Read more...

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  132. Kate Moran

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    Just four years after graduating from Framingham State’s Coordinated Program in Dietetics, Kate Moran has already built an impressive résumé in her young career.  Read more...

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  133. Bridgette Sheridan

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    Framingham State History Professor Bridgette Sheridan was honored during the Spring 2016 Commencement ceremony with the Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching. Read more...

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  134. Adel Fauzetdinova

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    If somebody had told me a decade ago, when I was an English major in Russia, that I would be teaching an online Portuguese class for Framingham State University (FSU), I would have laughed … or cried.Read more...

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  135. Katherine Morrison

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    Entering my freshman year at Framingham State University as a Spanish major, I had little to no idea of the impact that my studies at this University would make on my life.Read more...

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  136. Bailey McLernon

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    I did not have a very well thought out decision-making process for going to college. My reasoning for coming to FSU was that it was affordable and it had a chemistry program. I was not even interested in having the "college experience." I simply wanted to get my chemistry degree in four years and move on. However, life has a way of turning our plans and ideas upside down.Read more...

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  137. Pamela Ludemann

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    Dr. Ludemann led a student service trip in May 2016 to Guatemala to build two homes, work with children, and distribute hundreds of pounds of shoes and clothing collected over the year.Read more...

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  138. Daniella Albuquerque

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    As a young girl, I always knew that I wanted to help people through food. I loved science in high school and being in a smaller classroom. When I was looking at colleges, I visited Framingham State University and immediately felt at home.Read more...

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  139. Aditya Venkatesh

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    I was in the sixth year of my PhD program at the University of Massachusetts Medical School when I took the Drug Development: Process and Regulation Class offered by Framingham State University.Read more...

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  140. Kylee Dunham

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    Kylee Dunham is a graduate research assistant at the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences at Auburn University. She completed a Bachelors of Science in Environmental Science at Framingham State University in the spring of 2013.Read more...

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  141. Rachel DeFronzo

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    I work at the EARTH Discovery Center at Southwick's Zoo. EARTH stands for Environmental Awareness of Resources and Threatened Habitats, and it is a nonprofit organization within the zoo that is in charge of the zoo's education and conservation efforts.Read more...

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  142. Erynn Dayhoff

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    Erynn Marshall Dayhoff graduated in 2012 from the Environmental Science program. During her time at FSU, Erynn interned for the American Chestnut Tree Foundation and volunteered her time doing field work for an alpine pond ecology research project on Mount Wachusett.Read more...

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  143. Campus Currents

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  144. Campus Currents

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  145. Campus Currents

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  146. Campus Currents

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  147. Leigh Kumpe

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    Leigh Kumpe ’13 has dreamed of being a zookeeper for as long as she can remember. Her mother even has a drawing that Kumpe made in kindergarten of herself with her arm draped around a giraffe.Read more...

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  148. Anthony Hubbard

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  149. Thalia Jimenez

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    It wasn’t love at first sight for Thalia Jimenez ‘18 when she first looked at Framingham State University during her college search.Read more...

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  150. Danielle Duffet

    Posted: Wed Jun 5, 2019 at 02:38 PM

    Major: Biology, Pre-Health Concentration

    Clubs/Activities: Secretary of Red Cross Club, Member of Aspiring Health Care Professionals Club (AHP), NASA/21st Century Learning Intern at Christa McAuliffe Center Read more...

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  151. Public Records

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  152. Fulbright programs

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  153. Institutional Opportunities

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  154. College of Arts and Humanities

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  155. Campus Currents

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  156. College of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

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  157. College of Social and Behavioral Science

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  158. Office of Institutional Assessment

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  159. Opportunities for Students

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  160. Opportunities for Faculty

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  161. FSU Recipients of Fulbrights

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  162. Erika Schneider

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  163. Shin Freedman

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  164. Susan Massad

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  165. Audrey Kali

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  166. An AASCU Institution

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  167. Campus Currents

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  168. Ezequiel De Leon

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    Ezequiel De Leon is a senior Chemistry major in the American Chemical Society Approved Concentration, with minors in Biology and Mathematics. He is the president of the Student Government Association, a resident assistant and a supplemental instructional leader for first-year Biology students.Read more...

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  172. Yaser Najjar

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  176. Maggie Looney

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    Clubs/Activities: Prospective Student Mentor, Phi Upsilon Omicron Honors Society, Tenure Track Faculty Search Committee, Fashion Club

    My Story: Framingham State University has changed my life in many ways. The community, including the professors, friends, and acquaintances I have gained here have made my time at FSU an extremely rewarding educational experience.Read more...

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  177. Andrew Franquiz

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    Pursuing my Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Criminology has afforded me an insight into some of the most pressing social and criminal justice issues. I have gained a deep understanding of criminological concepts, policy implications, and the most innovative and progressive research methodology.Read more...

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  178. Adam Munroe

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    Framingham State University is close to home and provides amazing growth opportunities, as well as a fantastic value. I'm a father of four and my wife is a Framingham State MSN alumna. In deciding where to complete my undergraduate RN-to-BSN studies and continue on to graduate school for my MSN with a focus on education, I looked to FSU for many reasons.Read more...

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  180. Amari Veale

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    Amari Veale ’18 is a Psychology major and Criminology minor at Framingham State. She is a resident assistant and the president of the recently formed student club M.I.S.S., a group dedicated to empowering female students of color.Read more...

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  181. Svenn Jacobson

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    After several years of dominating the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC), Framingham State seemed primed for a major step backwards heading into the fall 2016 season. The team had just graduated 22 seniors, including the MASCAC Offensive and Defensive players of the year, and was set to feature 45 freshmen.Read more...

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  182. David Merwin

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    Professor David Merwin is chair of Framingham State’s Geography Department and has been teaching at FSU since 2005. He holds a master’s degree and a PhD in Geography from the University of Connecticut. Dr. Merwin specializes in geographic information systems (GIS), and is in the process of establishing a Center for GIS Outreach at Framingham State. He is also a member of the Framingham State Enrollment Data Team, where he is using GIS to help the University understand enrollment trends.Read more...

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  183. Ruth Remington

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    Dr. Ruth Remington has been teaching in the Nursing Department at Framingham State since 2012. She holds a doctoral degree in Nursing from the University of Massachusetts and has been teaching full time for about 15 years, following a long career as a gerontological nurse practitioner. For several years, Dr. Remington has been part of a team researching the effects of a nutraceutical formulation on maintaining brainpower for patients with mild cognitive impairment. This work has been published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease and resulted in the marketing of a product called PerceptivTM.Read more...

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  184. Carolyn Maibor

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    Dr. Carolyn Maibor joined Framingham State’s English Department in 2004. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Simmons College, a master’s degree from the University of Montreal and a doctoral degree from Brandeis University. Her teaching and research interests include 19th-century American literature and philosophy, literary theory and gender studies, and rhetoric and composition.Read more...

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  187. University-wide Assessment

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  190. Pat Monteith

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    When Pat Monteith began volunteering her time to help K-12 students in her community with their science fair projects, she realized quickly she was going to need to get up to speed with new technology.Read more...

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  192. Jaime Bailey

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  193. Estefania Mangue

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  194. Sonia Diaz

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  195. Michael E. Grilli, PE

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  196. Brian Herr

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  197. Commuter Rail

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  199. Sabrina Boy-Arruda

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    I knew that upon entering college, my experience would be determined by my actions and attitude. I decided early on that I would get involved on campus and do my best in everything I did. A week after moving into college my freshman year, I was hired by the Career Services and Employer Relations (CSER) office as a work-study office assistant. This job taught me how to have a healthy balance between class, work, and my social life, as well as how to be professional in the workplace and network.Read more...

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