Monday, September 20Franklin Pierce University Celebrates Constitution Day
More than 50 students, faculty, and staff gathered at the DiPietro Library Courtyard for “Readings in Democracy” in which members of the community read excerpts from the Constitution and other founding documents, as well as from the writings of prominent citizens and institutions. “It is our hope that you will reflect on their words and consider how you might fulfill your responsibilities as a citizen of the world, of the United States, and of Raven Nation,” said Dr. Kristen Nevious, Director of the Marlin Fitzwater Center for Communications.
Thursday, September 16Franklin Pierce University Board Of Trustees Announces New Member
Mr. Duprey is a leader in residential and commercial property development and management. In 1981, Duprey founded Foxfire Property Management Company, a commercial and residential property management company based in Concord, N.H. Foxfire currently operates as a subsidiary of The Duprey Companies, an overarching real estate organization that oversees property management, real estate development, and hotel management subsidiaries, including the Grappone Conference Center.
Tuesday, September 14Franklin Pierce Presents Honorable John T. Broderick, Jr. with Leader Award
Franklin Pierce University presented Former Chief Justice John T. Broderick, Jr. with the Honorable Walter R. Peterson Citizen Leader Award on Monday, September 13. President Kim Mooney ’83 conferred the medal before a packed audience of more than 400 student-athletes in the Fieldhouse on the University’s Rindge Campus.
Tuesday, September 14Family Day 2021
Alumni, families, friends, and the public are welcome to join the Franklin Pierce community for an exciting day of Pierce Pride celebration on the College at Rindge campus.
Monday, September 06Franklin Pierce University Names its First Civic Scholar-In-Residence
Former N.H. Executive Councilor and Gubernatorial Candidate Andru Volinsky has been named Franklin Pierce University’s first Civic Scholar-in-Residence for the 2021-2022 academic year. A social justice advocate, Mr. Volinsky will host a series of lectures and teach within the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences.
Thursday, September 02Franklin Pierce Athletics Announces 2021 Hall of Fame Class
The Franklin Pierce University Department of Athletics is proud to announce its 2021 Hall of Fame class, made up of a pair of multiple-time All-Conference selections. The 2021 class will join the previously-announced 2020 Hall of Fame class for a joint induction weekend, to be held on Oct. 1-2. The formal induction will take place at a private social on Friday night, Oct. 1. The two classes will then be honored publicly on Saturday, in conjunction with the Oct. 2 football game against Assumption.
Tuesday, August 31College of Business Receives Reaccreditation from IACBE
Franklin Pierce University’s College of Business was recently reaccredited for its business-related degree programs by the Board of Commissioners of the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE). The IACBE is nationally-recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) and is the leader in mission-driven and outcomes-based programmatic accreditation in business and business-related education for colleges, universities, and other higher education institutions. This most recent accreditation is granted through July 31, 2028.
Monday, August 16Class of 2025 Arrives on Rindge Campus
Franklin Pierce University enthusiastically welcomed the Class of 2025 to the Rindge Campus on a Sunday, August 15. The newest members of Raven Nation were greeted by students, and members of the University’s staff and administration as they moved in to their new home overlooking Pearly Pond.
Wednesday, August 04Welcoming Ravens to the Rindge Campus
Ravens Returning to Rindge
Monday, August 02Celebrating President Kim Mooney's Five Year Anniversary
President Kim Mooney 5 year celebration
Friday, July 02CDO Pierre Morton Quoted in U.S. News article on Diversity in Colleges
Colleges are often a microcosm of American society, with the same challenges, disagreements and cultural clashes playing out on campuses. That can lead to disputes and controversies centered around race, politics and various facets of one's identity.
Tuesday, June 29Franklin Pierce has Two Selected to NE10 Hall of Fame
A pair of Franklin Pierce University alumni have been selected for induction into the Northeast-10 Conference Hall of Fame, as announced on Monday afternoon by the league office. Baseball alum Mike Adams ’09 and women’s soccer alum Gabriela Demoner ’10 will become the eighth and ninth Franklin Pierce honorees in the NE10 Hall of Fame.
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