News & Features

February 2011 News

  • Coach McKinney to Receive NABC Outstanding Service Award

    The National Association of Basketball Coaches will present its 15th annual Outstanding Service Awards at the Division III meeting of this year’s NABC Convention in Houston, Texas, on April 2, 2011.  The award has been presented annually since 1997 and is given to coaches whose actions “inside and outside the lines” of coaching have distinguished them as valuable members of their communities.


    02/28/2011 15:34:34
  • Fontbonne Welcomes “Jim the Boy” Author Tony Earley

    The Fontbonne University Writer’s Reading Series welcomes Tony Earley, author of “Jim the Boy” and “The Blue Star,” Thursday, March 3, at 8 p.m. in the Lewis Room of the Taylor Library on the university’s Clayton campus.


    02/23/2011 15:37:31
  • Fontbonne University Men's Basketball Coach Steps Down

    After 23 years roaming the sidelines at Fontbonne University, Griffin head men’s basketball coach Dr. Lee McKinney announced Tuesday. Feb. 22, he will not be returning next season.


    02/23/2011 09:03:04
  • Open House Offers Info for Prospective Education Majors

    Prospective education students have an opportunity to learn about Fontbonne University's education and special education programs at an exclusive open house, Saturday, March 26.


    02/21/2011 10:59:34
  • Three-Day Negotiation Aims to End Israeli/Palestinian Conflict

    Fontbonne University will host the Minds of Peace Experiment, a public negotiation congress featuring three Israelis and three Palestinians who will meet for a total of ten hours to negotiate a peace agreement between the two groups. This event is free of charge and open to the participation of the public.


    02/14/2011 14:51:17