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  • Committee Function
    Marketing Advisory Committee will meet quarterly or four times annually Meeting dates and notifications will be coordinated by the Chair Special called meetings of the Fayetteville State University Marketing Advisory Committee may be held Any special called meeting of the Marketing Advisory Committee will be coordinated through the office of the Chair III Function The Fayetteville State University Marketing Advisory Committee will function as an advisory panel only to the Office of Marketing and Special Events and the Office of Public Relations The FSU Marketing Advisory Committee will work in support of the Office of Marketing and the Office of Public Relations in achieving the mission of the University and in promoting the key messaging and brand architecture of the University The University Marketing Advisory Committee will work to ensure a consistent and unified marketing and public relations effort for the University supporting a one voice one message integrated marketing approach extended to a variety of key stakeholders and constituency groups The FSU Marketing Advisory Committee will work to build awareness of and strengthen confidence in the FSU brand The FSU Marketing Committee will provide input into planned or new marketing pr strategies or campaigns which may or may not be limited to general marketing of the University student enrollment donor giving alumni support and institutional reputation The Marketing Advisory Committee will assist in the development of an annual strategic University Marketing Plan for the upcoming year The Marketing Advisory Committee will advise on matters concerning the relationship and relationship building between Fayetteville State University and its various marketing and media partners The Marketing Advisory Committee will work to foster positive exchange between the various campus departments clubs or organizations as related to marketing and media matters The Marketing Advisory Committee will aid in the creation of a greater internal

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/ia/marketing/marketing-advisory-committee/committee-function (2016-02-17)
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  • Services
    content materials and strategies Conduct research in economic education and disseminate updated information on economic issues in the community Mobilize community interest in and support by developing cooperative working relationships with other groups committed to economic education Develop and distribute appropriate materials useful in the economic education effort Provide teacher training for the Stock Market Game Information Request Form Contact Information Name Email How Can We Help You Comment Question

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/cee/services (2016-02-17)
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  • STEM Scholarship
    students for scholarships The criteria includes previous academic record appropriate test scores financial need and letters of reference STEM Scholarship application requirement The University faculty and the faculty within STEM departments believe that providing financial resources meaningful academic advisement opportunities for authentic research experiences and effective mentoring from STEM faculty will support learning and enhance effective recruitment enrollment retention and graduation of students in the STEM disciplines Students will have opportunities for participation in summer internships research camps and participation in such efforts as a graduate summer statistics institute that address one of the areas of greatest challenge for graduate students With accepting a STEM Scholarship there are requirements the student has to abide by The statement of understanding list the requirements and states the student understands the rules that he she has to follow STEM Graduate Students Alexander Lee Gabrielle M A T Middle Grades Math Boney Melanie M S Biology Bazzelle Richard M S Biology Brockington Shari M Ed Secondary Math Brooks Kevin M S Mathematics Davis Robert E M ED Secondary Math Eni Michael M S Mathematics McGill Tonja M Ed Middle Grades Math Noell Kristin M S Biology Sharp Bruce M Ed Secondary Math Carter Phylisicia

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/graduateschool/stem/stem-scholarship (2016-02-17)
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  • HBCU Master's Degree STEM Scholarship Application
    Student is required to have a competitive GRE score and a minimum of a 2 5 GPA on a scale of 4 0 Interested students should submit the following documents to the HBCU Master s Degree STEM Program Director for futher review Completed application form An essay that discusses their educational personal and research goals Curriculum Vitae Two 2 letters of recommendation evaluating their academic professional aptitude for success in

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/graduateschool/stem/application (2016-02-17)
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  • Faculty Mini Grants
    Dr Priscilla Manarino Leggett Elementary Education Department Dr Subir Nagdas Chemistry Physics Department Dr Darren Pearson Natural Science Department Dr Steven Singletary Natural Science Department Dr Xin Tang Math Computer Science Department Dr Dong Wang Mathematics Department Dr Foren Wolter Natural Science Department Dr Bo Zhang Math Computer Science Department Dr Lieceng Zhu Biological Sciences Department 2011 Dr Cevdet Akbay Chemistry Physics Department Application of Capillary Electrophoresis Dr Shirley Chao Biological Science Department Bioremediation of Ubiuitous Toxicants in the Environment Dr Jairo Castillo Chara Chemsitry Physics Department Nano Mechanical Oscillations of the C60 Dr Zhenlu Cui Math Computer Science Department Modeling of Living Fluids Dr Denny Bogdan Czejdo Math Computer Science Department Precision of Robot Sensors Dr Peter Eley Middle Grades Secondary Department Dr Shubi Han Chemistry Physics Department Surface Electrochemical Reaction of Flavanoids Antioxidants Dr Wu Jing Math Computer Science Department Additivty of Mapping on Rings Operator Algebras Dr Abdelmajid Kassem Biological Sciences Department Genetic Mapping of Seed Isoflavone Content in the Soybean Dr Asitha Kodippili Math Computer Science Department Dr Priscilla Manarino Leggett Elementary Education Department Developing Print Electronic Media for Teachers Parents Dr Muhammad Lodhi Biological Sciences Department Differentiation of Mouse Embryonic Stem Cell Dr K B

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/graduateschool/stem/faculty-mini-grants (2016-02-17)
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  • STEM Staff
    Psychology Dr Hilton is extremely passionate about the progression of all students She allots her time and energy towards her favorite quote intensive and extensive mentoring and advisement STEM Faculty Name Department E mail Phone Shirley Chao Biological Sciences schao uncfsu edu 910 672 1427 Abdelmajid Kassem Biological Sciences mkassem uncfsu edu 910 672 1114 Muhammad Lodhi Biological Sciences mlodhi uncfsu edu 910 672 1658 Xin Tang Math Computer Science xtang uncfsu edu 919 672 2206 Faren R Wolter Natural Sciences fwolter uncfsu edu 910 672 2512 Lieceng Zhu Biological Sciences lzhu uncfsu edu 910 672 1655 Subir Nagdas Chemistry Physics snagdas uncfsu edu 910 672 2073 Jairo Castillo Chara Chemistry Physics jcastill uncfsu edu 910 672 2062 Shubo Han Chemistry Physics shan uncfsu edu 910 672 1303 Deepthika Senaratne Math Computer Science dsenaratne uncfsu edu 910 672 1668 Dong Wang Mathematics dwang uncfsu edu 910 672 1136 Denny Bogdan Czejdo Math Computer Science bczejdo uncfsu edu 910 672 2466 Wu Jing Math Computer Science wjing uncfsu edu 910 672 2205 Asitha Kodippili Math Computer Science akodippili uncfsu edu 910 672 1518 Zhenlu Cui Math Computer Science zcui uncfsu edu 910 672 1164 Bo Zhang Math Computer Science bzhang uncfsu

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/graduateschool/stem/staff (2016-02-17)
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  • Student Research Conference
    are excited about this conference and look forward to your support and participation The conference begins at 6 00 p m on Friday April 13 with an opening plenary session and dinner The conference continues on Saturday morning with student poster presentations and a series of concurrent sessions with paper presentations by students from FSU and other colleges and universities Another exciting highlight of this conference is a series of panel discussions Experts from business social behavorial and natural sciences education and mathematics will share their career paths and challenges Our opening plenary keynote speaker for this event will be Dr Christopher Edwards A licensed psychologist Dr Edwards currently is the Medical Director of the Biofeedback Laboratory and Pediatric Neuropsychology Service at Duke University Medical Center in Durham Our luncheon keynote speaker will be Dr Ingrid Hall Dr Hall is currently a Lead Epidemiologist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta Georgia She has worked as a cancer epidemiologist in the Division of Cancer Prevention and Control for the past 14 years If you are a student who is engaged in research we encourage you to submit an abstract The registration fee for students is only 35

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/graduateschool/stem/student-research-conference (2016-02-17)
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  • About the College of Arts and Sciences
    nurturing environment Read More Our Mission The mission of the College of Arts and Sciences is to provide high quality fiscally sustainable graduate and undergraduate academic programs in the arts humanities social and natural sciences which are both attractive and assessable to a diverse student body which includes adult learners military affiliated students and international students as well as the more traditional first time freshmen The college continues to expand opportunities for students with diverse needs by offering more flexible schedules by increasing the number of online evening and hybrid courses The College provides guidance and accountability for the academic departments and support units as they seek to improve their academic programs through strategic planning and assessment as well as specialized accreditation and program review The College encourages the integration of high impact practices such as capstone courses and experiences service learning and internships Through effective leadership and support for teaching scholarship and service among the faculty the College prepares students with 21st Century Skills of critical thinking logical reasoning communication global awareness and proficiency in their academic discipline The College strives to produce graduates who will be leaders in their chosen profession and or will be successful in graduate

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/cas/about (2016-02-17)
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