Welcome to the Fairmont State University Wiki

Wiki Notice

Fall 2013 Update -- The Fairmont State University Wiki was transferred from the previous software into a web format software.  Users can still find all of the information by using the search box located in the left column.

Making Changes -- To make changes to the site, login using your UCA/Password.  Users can then edit existing pages, create new pages, and comment on pages.  

Category List -- This is built by the categories attached to each page.  This allows similar pages to be grouped together and users can find all of the pages easier.  Pages can have multiple categories associated to it.  For example, a page can have categories "Science" and "Chemistry" in order to be listed under both categories.

IT Network Tutorials and How To's

Wed, 06/05/2013 - 14:10 -- sewm02

IT Network Tutorials and How To's


How do I connect my laptop or desktop to the FSU wireless network?

Faculty, staff and students should connect to the Campus_User wireless network. Once a laptop or device has been connected, it should recognize and connect to Campus_User each time it is used on campus.

History of Chemistry

Wed, 06/05/2013 - 13:12 -- sewm02

History of Chemistry

This page provides information about the historical development of models of the atom. Chemistry 1105 students can provide substantive contributions to this page in order to earn Outcome 16. Alternatively, Chem 1105 students can earn this outcome by mastering the multiple choice exam questions associated with Outcome 16.

Sigma Alpha Iota

Thu, 06/06/2013 - 10:51 -- sewm02

Sigma Alpha Iota

Sigma Alpha Iota Women's Music Honorary Fraternity

Advisors: Mary Lynne Bennett, Robert Hickey (367-4179)/(367-4206)

To encourage, nurture and support the art of music.


President: Hillary Barlow

Vice President of Membership: Amy Phillips

Vice President of Ritual: Amy Prenatt

Secretary: Morgan Messenger and Kim Henry

Treasurer: Amber Marks

Editor: Jennifer Stafford


Wed, 06/05/2013 - 08:52 -- sewm02


Idiot Sheet for the FTIR

Brand & Model Name: Midac Corporation M Series Spectrometer

1. Turn on the FTIR by pressing the switch on the black rectangle attached to the power cord

2. Allow the FTIR to warm up for 30min

3. Open the program "Essential FTIR" located on the desktop

Essential FTIR

1. Note the tabs in the lower left corner (Data, Instruments, Manipulations, etc.)