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Multicultural Affairs Director
Fontbonne recently named Deanna Williams as its Director of Multicultural Affairs. This is a new role for her, but Deanna’s relationship with Fontbonne began years ago. She graduated with a degree in communication in 2014 and came back as a graduate assistant while pursuing her master’s at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Now that she’s...
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Virtual Event Zoom
College fairs are a great way to learn about lots of different schools, get answers to your most pressing questions and meet admissions counselors. Even though most fairs can’t be held in person like normal this year, they are still happening virtually! If you’re planning to attend a fair or two online soon, there are...
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Quinn Wilson Reporting
For Quinn Wilson, taking advantage of as many internship opportunities as possible — and pushing himself to try new things — led to a career he hadn’t imagined, but now loves. Wilson graduated from Fontbonne’s Department of Humanities with a Professional Writing degree in 2019. He accepted his first full-time journalism job a week later...
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Fontbonne’s new president, Dr. Nancy Blattner, officially took office on July 1, 2020. Her desk isn’t even set up yet, but she’s already hard at work preparing for the fall semester! She took a quick break this week, though, to answer some questions about her hidden talents, pets, favorite travel spots, goals for the university...
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EdD Students
Fontbonne established its flagship doctoral program — an Ed.D. in Collaborative High Impact Instruction — in the summer of 2018. The program is based on a cohort model, with new students entering in groups of 10–12 annually each May/June and continuing together for three years. The first cohort of students will graduate in May 2021....
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Projects by fashion merchandising students feature two refashioned t-shirts
When Fontbonne moved classes online in March, faculty quickly adapted to the new distance learning environment. Previous assignments were reimagined for an online context as instructors got creative with their syllabi. Teaching (and Learning) from Home Tony Borchardt, an instructor in the Fine Arts department, found himself faced with the challenge of teaching ceramics students...
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The Kinkel Center for Student Success, Undergraduate Academic Advising, and Student Engagement is a one-stop shop in the heart of campus, where you can get the academic support you need. It is located on the third floor of Ryan Hall. The Charles Jeffers Glik Testing Center The testing center provides placement testing for incoming students...
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Teachers helping teachers be successful with online teaching
Fontbonne University has announced a new summer program to equip K-12 educators with the technological resources they need to succeed in online teaching. The online course, titled “Keep Teaching Using Technology,” allows educators to complete a professional development/continuing education opportunity or earn three graduate-level college credits*. Professional Development Track Graduate Credit Track Dates: June 22...
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Student at desk taking an online class
Online classes were becoming increasingly common even before the COVID-19 crisis. As the pandemic disrupted systems across the world, however, educational institutions found themselves transitioning to a fully virtual space in a matter of weeks — or, in some cases, days. Fontbonne tackled this transition alongside many other universities this spring, and it did so...
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