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Student Andrea Thomas receives a pin from her family member in recognition of her success as a first-generation student.
For the first time, Fontbonne University hosted a unique celebration on campus this May: the First-Generation Student Graduation Ceremony. The event celebrated students who are the first in their families to attend college and graduate with a diploma, and it acknowledged the support they received from their families to make that success possible. Sixteen students...
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Experience Fontbonne University—in Shanghai! In collaboration with the CUSSA International Program, Fontbonne University will offer several courses at Shanghai Normal University in Summer 2019. Course instruction is in English, and courses will be taught by Fontbonne University faculty. We are pleased to offer these courses in a compressed five-week time frame. Courses begin June 3...
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Open to high school students – only 20 spots at each camp! No coding experience necessary! Cyber Warrior June 3 – 7 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Learn cybersecurity principles, safe online behavior, detecting SPAM and phishing, availability, confidentiality, integrity and how to think like an adversary. IoT and Security June 10 – 14 9...
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Responding to Trauma in the Classroom The focus of the symposium will be on trauma sensitive practices. Breakout sessions, after the keynote address, will include presentations from partners with expertise on trauma-based resources. The symposium is being offered to Fontbonne’s partner districts and programs at no cost. Professional development certificates will be provided to all...
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Fontbonne University is proud to announce that Dr. Kelly Lane-deGraaf, assistant professor of biology, is the recipient of a $26,000 Boeing grant to expand the Girls-in-Science Summer Research Program, which promotes science as a future career among seventh-, eighth- and ninth-grade girls in the St. Louis region. Established in 2015, the Girls-in-Science Summer Research Program...
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Abrar Hamoh Thesis Show
Fontbonne University Department of Fine Arts presents the work of its undergraduate-senior and master’s-level artists at a special fine arts exhibition, Nov. 30 – Dec. 15 at the university’s Gallery of Art, Fine Arts Building (6800 Wydown Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63105). Thesis works from Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Arts and Master of...
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The Center Against Human Trafficking and Exploitation at Fontbonne University is offering a half-day training course for social service professionals Monday, Nov. 12. The course, Advanced Skills Training in Human/Sex Trafficking, will assist those involved in the identification, intervention and treatment of human/sex trafficking victims and survivors. Topics will include recognizing trafficking and red flags,...
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Fontbonne University will host a screening of “The Listening Project,” a documentary film about young adults who are deaf/hard of hearing growing up in a time of rapidly improving hearing technology. The screening will take place Wednesday, Dec. 5, at 7:30 p.m. and will include a Q&A with Dr. Jane Madell, clinical audiologist, professor and...
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Starting in spring 2019, Fontbonne University will offer a social work course on human behavior and social environment at Jefferson College, a community college in Hillsboro, Mo. The course, taught on the Jefferson College campus, will be offered for a discounted rate of $100 per credit hour, making it more accessible to Jefferson College students....
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