News & Features

May 2014 News

  • Multimedia "Bosnian Born" Exhibit Opens May 29

    In collaboration with Fontbonne University’s Bosnia Memory Project and the International Institute of St. Louis, the Friends of Bosnia & Herzegovina, a newly formed non-profit organization in St. Louis, is pleased to announce its inaugural event: a multimedia exhibition called “Bosnian Born” featuring the work of more than 25 leading Bosnian-Herzegovinian artists.


    05/23/2014 08:46:08
  • Book Club to Feature Two St. Louis Authors

    In a special two-author edition, the Fontbonne University/KMOX Book Club welcomes Kevin Killeen, author of “Try to Kiss a Girl,” and Bill McClellan, author of “From Bill, with Love,” at its June event.


    05/22/2014 08:58:17
  • Educators: Teach Your Students to Code in Scratch

    Learning code is an increasingly important component to literacy in the 21st century. Teach your students to code in Scratch, and give them the tools to play video games they created, and download apps that they coded.


    05/20/2014 10:38:18
  • Cyber Day Open to Biz Owners

    Most small organizations don’t have the luxury of employing in-house IT professionals or contracting with cyber security vendors, yet it is imperative that they are able to equip themselves with the knowledge, skills and resources needed to protect against a cyber breach – and to protect their customers, clients and donors in the process.


    05/16/2014 15:04:41
  • Johnson Named Dean for College of Business

    Fontbonne University has named Jay Johnson dean of the Eckelkamp College of Global Business and Professional Studies, effective June 16. Johnson will oversee the university’s undergraduate and graduate business programs, including those in the evening and online division. He will replace Linda Magrath, dean since 2004, who is retiring from the position to teach full time.


    05/15/2014 09:35:05