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From a young age, Vivian Cruz knew she wanted to go to college, but she faced several barriers. Neither of her parents attended college after high school, so she would be a first-generation student. She was also concerned about the cost of attending a four-year university. As a DACA recipient, she wasn’t able to qualify...
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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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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 course, titled “Keep Teaching Using Technology,” allows educators to earn a professional development certificate or three graduate-level college credits* upon completion. Professional Development Certificate Track Graduate Credit Track Dates: June 15...
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As the world continues to grapple with the new realities of the coronavirus outbreak, we wanted to know how members of the Fontbonne community were being affected. To find out, we recently connected with a few alumni who were kind enough to share their stories of perseverance, service, and growth. Read what they have to...
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Fontbonne University’s Family and Consumer Sciences Department has unveiled a coordinated program in nutrition and dietetics that allows students to earn both their bachelor’s and master’s degrees and complete their required supervised practice experience in only 4.5 academic years. Upon completion of the program, students will be eligible to sit for the credentialing examination for...
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Fontbonne University’s Department of Communication Disorders and Deaf Education has been awarded $1.25 million from the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS). The grant will prepare graduate students in deaf education and speech-language pathology to serve children who are deaf and hard-of-hearing (DHH) in inclusive general education settings. Beginning in June 2020, the...
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An image of the 40 members of the SLP grad class of 2021 outside the Eardley Family Clinic on Fontbonne's campus.
Speech-language pathology (SLP) is one of the fastest growing industries, and Fontbonne University’s Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology program is nationally recognized in the field. The program has decades of 100% placement for graduates, and its pass rate on the national exam is also 100%. This year, the university enrolled its largest graduate SLP...
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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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