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  2. Frostburg State University - Wikipedia

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    The institution's original mission was to train teachers for public school systems statewide. In 1935, the school was renamed "State Teachers' College at Frostburg" (also called Frostburg State Teachers College) and began offering a four-year degree program leading to a Bachelor of Science in elementary education, after expanding the curriculum from two to three years in 1931 and 1934 ...

  3. Frostburg, Maryland - Wikipedia

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    The Frostburg State University planetarium is located in GIRA CCIT. The planetarium offers a different show every month, which are shown on Sundays at 4PM and 7PM. Appalachian Festival. The Appalachian Festival occurs every year on the third weekend in September on Frostburg State University's upper quad. The festival highlights music, food ...

  4. University of Maryland, Baltimore - Wikipedia

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    From 1907 to 1920, St. John's College in Annapolis functioned as the University of Maryland's faculty of arts and sciences; this loose federation was dissolved in 1920 when the Maryland State College, (the former Maryland Agricultural College), founded 1856, as the state's land grant college, became part of a larger University of Maryland with ...

  5. Adelphi University - Wikipedia

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    The New York State Board of Regents was called in to investigate; Diamandopoulos, along with all but one of the board of trustees, was dismissed from office. The university was in dire financial straits until Dr. Robert A. Scott was installed in the position of President in 2000. Scott saved the school by decreasing tuition, increasing ...

  6. Felician University - Wikipedia

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    Felician University is a private Catholic university with two campuses in New Jersey, one in Lodi and one in Rutherford. It was founded as the Immaculate Conception Normal School by the Felician Sisters in 1923 and the school has changed names several times in its history, most recently in 2015 to Felician University. In 2016-17 enrollment was ...

  7. St. John Fisher University - Wikipedia

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    St. John Fisher University is a private liberal arts college in Pittsford, New York. It is named after John Fisher , an English Catholic cardinal and saint. It was named St. John Fisher College until July 1, 2022.

  8. West Virginia Wesleyan College - Wikipedia

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    Over 300 science majors have participated in federal and state-funded scientific research projects during the past five years. Academics. The college offers over 50 undergraduate majors and 33 minors. Wesleyan also has 3-2 engineering partnerships with Marshall University and West Virginia University. Undergraduate degrees are awarded in ...

  9. Nazareth College (New York) - Wikipedia

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    The Jane and Laurence Glazer Music Performance Center, providing state-of-the-art acoustics, opened in fall 2018. Nazareth's Integrated Center for Math and Science, Peckham Hall, opened in fall 2012. The center features multi-purpose research spaces (including state-of-the-art labs and classrooms), a range of support services, and a variety of ...