We would like to thank all of the Frostburg State and Allegany College students and staff and the residents of Frostburg and Cumberland for attending the campus and community dialogue on urban and rural values. This event was part of the 2017 Laeders-in-Residence program of the Leadership Studies program at FSU.
Dr. Elesha Ruminski and Communication Leadership Lab assistant Patrick Broussoul welcome participants. Ruminski, Associate Professor of Communication Studies at Frostburg State University (FSU), coordinates Leadership Studies and the Communication Leadership Lab.
Leaders-in-Residence Lawrence Grandpre and Dayvon Love of Baltimore’s Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle say a few words before the session.
Frostburg State and Allegany College students happily engaging in dialogue.
Campus and community members engaging each other at the session.
Professor Christine Willingham of the FSU Communication Studies program helping out with writing notes during dialogue. NAACP local branch 7007 president Carmen Jackson is in the lower left.
Comm Lead Lab assistant Dana Gordon introducing herself to the audience with a big smile.
Allegany College students and staff expressing their ideas of rural and urban values.
Dean Joseph Hoffman and LBS leader Dayvon Love interacting.
Dr. Hank Bullimore of the FSU Geography department joins the conversation.
Tara Taylor of the Maryland Civil Rights Commission helps to lead discussion.
Comm Lead Lab assistant Trevor Jones speaking to the audience.