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The Fontbonne University department of fine arts will host “Now and Then,” a concert to highlight and celebrate music on campus. “Now and Then” will feature performances by Fontbonne’s new jazz ensemble and choir. There will be guest performances from alumni and faculty, including Fontbonne President Dr. J. Michael Pressimone. The concert will take place...
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Dr. Deborah Phelps, professor of sociology, was inducted into the Affton High School Hall of Fame Saturday, March 10, 2018, at the annual Affton Education Foundation Hall of Fame Gala. Phelps, who has taught at Fontbonne since 1993, is a 1967 graduate of the Affton, Mo., high school. Phelps holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology...
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In Mustard Seed Theatre’s latest production, “As It Is in Heaven,” the tranquility of women living in an 1830’s Shaker community in Kentucky is threatened by the arrival of newcomers claiming to see angels. A revival of spirituality sparks division among the nine characters who strive to live in peace and harmony. The production includes...
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Fontbonne University’s Center Against Human Trafficking and Exploitation will host a screening of “I Am Jane Doe,” a documentary that explores modern day sex trafficking and a group of mothers battling against it. The screening will take place Friday, March 16, at 9 a.m. in the Lewis Room of the Jack C. Taylor Library at...
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Fontbonne University has announced the Fontbonne Community College Commitment (FCCC), a new program intended to make the college enrollment process simpler, affordable and more transparent for community college students wishing to pursue a four-year degree. Available to eligible students who have earned an associate’s degree in any subject at any community college in the nation,...
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Fontbonne University was honored with the People’s Choice Award at the 2018 Arcus Awards on Thurs., March 1. The Arcus Awards are hosted by the St. Louis Regional Chamber and honor companies, organizations and institutions that demonstrate exceptional commitment to leading the St. Louis region’s authentic economic strengths and championing a better tomorrow for the...
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Andrew Brandmeyer graduated from Fontbonne in 2011 with a Master of Fine Arts. This spring, the painter returns to his alma mater for a solo exhibit: “Portraits” features some of his latest work. “Andrew is best known for work revolving around our man-made environment, the people in it and the issues taking place in the...
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Fontbonne University’s newest campus hot spot, a coffee shop proudly serving Starbucks® Coffee, officially opened for business Monday, Feb. 12. The Fontbonne Coffeehouse has taken up residence in the Taylor Library lobby and will serve Starbucks® coffee and coffee-friendly snacks and products. The full Starbucks® drink menu will be available. The café will be open...
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The College of Education and Allied Health Professions at Fontbonne University has announced a new doctoral program intended to advance educational instruction in an increasingly diverse and technologically innovative society. The Ed.D in Collaborative High Impact Instruction, a 51-hour program to be completed in 2.5 to 3 years, is designed to support teachers interested in...
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