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Marketing Student Awarded National Scholarship

Fontbonne University marketing major Dave Scarmana received word this summer that he was awarded a national scholarship from the Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS). The $2,500 Ron Garikes Student Scholarship is awarded annually to a student planning a career in professional services marketing in the architecture, engineering and…

Mustard Seed Theatre Kicks off 2015-2016 Season

Mustard Seed Theatre, Fontbonne’s in-residence theatre company, will kick off their 8th season with “The Amish Project.” Written by Jessica Dickey, the story centers on the reactions to a shooting in an Amish school, and the community’s path to forgiveness. Performances are Thursdays through Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. and run…

Convocation Kicks Off 2015-2016 Academic Year

Fontbonne University officially opened its 93rd academic year with annual convocation ceremonies. On Tues., Aug. 25, the campus celebrated with an evening convocation, and on Wed., Aug. 26, the daytime ceremonies took place. Convocation is an opportunity for the campus to recognize, celebrate and strengthen its identity as a…

Veterans Treatment Court Featured on Radio

Veterans Treatment Court includes Laura Beaver, assistant professor at Fontbonne (second from the left), and Judge Riehl (third from the left) IN THE NEWS: Fontbonne University's social work partnership with the Veterans Treatment Court of the 23rd Judicial Circuit in Jefferson County, Mo. was recently featured on St. Louis Public…

New Early Childhood Education Concentration

Fontbonne University is launching a new graduate concentration to meet a growing need in the field of education. The Master of Arts in Education with a concentration in early childhood education will begin this fall and will feature evening and online classes. This program is ideal for anyone working within an early childhood…

"The Owl Man" Featured on Radio

Fontbonne University’s Jack C. Taylor Library day circulation manager and local amateur wildlife expert, Mark Glenshaw, was recently featured on KTRS The Big 550AM. Glenshaw spoke on July 11 about the two great horned owls of Forest Park that he has studied and observed over the last decade with Jean Ponzi, host of Growing…