Representatives from the Fairmont State University Tulasi & Marilyn Joshi Office for Educational Pathways for International Centers and Students (EPICS) are looking ahead to resume both on campus intercultural and international activities after a temporary pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, Fairmont State University hosted its second annual event focused on engaging and inspiring women through food, music, entertainment, cultural art exhibits, networking, panel discussions, and student dialogue.
Fairmont State University International Office is celebrating International Education Week by bringing awareness to the opportunities available to students.
Amanda Stinemetz, director of Educational Pathways for International Centers and Students (EPICS) said they are working to acknowledge, celebrate, recognize and promote international education this week.
Cinda Ewing, Payroll Manager for Fairmont State University and Pierpont Community & Technical College, was awarded the prestigious Ken Fuhrman Memorial EPICS award at the annual West Virginia State Auditor’s Office conference, held at Snowshoe Resort from September 20-23, 2011. Ewing is the first FSU employee to receive the award.
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