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  2. List of Frostburg State University alumni - Wikipedia

    This list includes notable graduates, non-graduate former students, and current students of Frostburg State University, a four-year state university located in Frostburg, Maryland that is part of the University System of Maryland . Contents 1 Academia and science 2 Arts and entertainment 3 Government, politics, and law 4 Literature and journalism

  3. List of campus radio stations - Wikipedia

    This is a list of Student radio stations operated by the students of a college, university or other educational institution. In the United States these radio stations are called College radio stations, sometimes Campus radio and in the United Kingdom they are called student radio stations.

  4. West Virginia Wesleyan College - Wikipedia

    Shannon Breen (born 1989), American football player Jim Brogan (born 1958), basketball player Lewis C. Cantley (born 1949), cell biologist Ted Cassidy (1932–1979), actor Robin Davis (born 1956), jurist Ray Dorr (1941–2001), American football player William Flanagan (1901–1975), American football player Matt Foreman, activist

  5. List of state and territorial universities in the United States

    The State University of New York at Buffalo (University at Buffalo, UBuffalo) University at Albany (Albany, UAlbany) Binghamton University (Binghamton) Stony Brook University (Stony Brook) Other doctoral-granting institutions. Health Science Center Brooklyn. State University of New York Upstate Medical University.

  6. Montgomery College - Wikipedia

    Hugh G. Price (1948–1953) Donald E. Deyo (1953–1965) George A. Hodson (1965–1966) William C. Strasser (1966–1979) Robert E. Parilla (1979–1998) Charlene R. Nunley (1998–2007) Brian K. Johnson (2007–2009) Hercules Pinkney (2009–2010, acting) DeRionne P. Pollard (2010–2021) Charlene Mickens Dukes (2021–2022, interim)

  7. List of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia chapters - Wikipedia

    The Mu Kappa name designation was approved for use by a group at Kentucky State University in June 1980, but by September 1981 circumstances had changed such that the necessary faculty support and student interest had dissolved before a chapter could be formed, and the National Executive Committee officially withdrew the approval for a charter ...

  8. Nazareth College (New York) - Wikipedia

    Sporting affiliations. NCAA Division III. Mascot. Golden Flyer. Website. www .naz .edu. Nazareth College ("Naz") is a private college in Pittsford, New York. It offers over 60 undergraduate majors [2] and more than two dozen graduate programs. The college was previously the Nazareth College of Rochester .

  9. University of Maryland, Baltimore - Wikipedia

    The University of Maryland, Baltimore ( UMB) is a public university in Baltimore, Maryland. Founded in 1807, it comprises some of the oldest professional schools of dentistry, law, medicine, pharmacy, social work and nursing in the United States. [3]