Category: Daily Announcements

Go RED for Women Tomorrow

Tomorrow is National Wear Red Day! Thousands of Americans will be wearing red to draw attention to this startling fact: Over 430,000 women are silenced each year by cardiovascular disease – and most of these deaths are preventable. Please wear…

FSU Professor Gives Presentations…

Dr. Mohammad Siddique, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, gave a presentation on “Rannacher Numerical Techniques for Two Dimensional Diffusion Equations with nonlocal boundary specifications” at the AMERICAN CONFERENCE ON APPLIED MATHEMATICS (AMERICAN-MATH’10) held at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA,…

FSU Staff Senate Sponsors Silent Auction

The Fayetteville State University Staff Senate is sponsoring a silent auction on Wednesday, February 17, 2010, to raise funds for the staff senate with a portion of the proceeds to benefit the FSU scholarship fund.  The auction is entitled Diverse…

Dreams from My Father Freshman Essay Contest

The university’s Reading Across the Curriculum, Writing Across the Curriculum programs and University College are sponsoring a Freshman Essay Contest related to President Barack Obama’s memoir, Dreams from my Father.   Write an essay on any theme related to the…

Women’s History Month Writing Contest

Fayetteville State University – Women’s History Month Project is proud to sponsor a writing contest. FSU and Cross Creek students are invited to submit poems, short stories, or nonfiction essays on the theme of women and history (or “her story,”…

Tom Joyner’s School of the Month

 Fayetteville State University has been selected as the School of the Month for February by syndicated radio show host Tom Joyner. Please tune into WUKS 107.7 starting Monday morning to listen to the show and support FSU’s efforts to raise…

REVISED: WFSS 91.9FM, NPR News & Jazz Announces Programming Changes

Beginning Monday, February 1, 2010, Tell Me More with Michele Martin will move to 2:00 p.m.  Monday through Friday.  This later broadcast is due to a feed time change by the producer NPR.  As a result, The Bronco Café with Ray Thomas will now be heard…