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Thanksgiving Wishes from President Kim Mooney

Thursday, November 19

Thanksgiving Wishes from President Kim Mooney

Thanksgiving Wishes from President Kim Mooney

Can we all just get along? Following the results of the Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald post-election poll, some things are clear.

Monday, November 16

Get a grip we're in this pandemic ride together

Can we all just get along? Following the results of the Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald post-election poll, some things are clear.

President Trump and Joe Biden amassed over 150 million combined votes — the largest tally for any presidential campaign in U.S. history.

Monday, November 16

For those surveyed, it’s all about the benjamins

President Trump and Joe Biden amassed over 150 million combined votes — the largest tally for any presidential campaign in U.S. history.

Democratic nominee Joe Biden — fueled by a surge of early voting — continues to hold a commanding lead over President Trump and Republicans need a major surge of late support to catch up in the final week, a new nationwide Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald poll shows.

Wednesday, October 28

Joe Biden holds commanding lead in final week, new FPU/Herald poll reveals

Democratic nominee Joe Biden — fueled by a surge of early voting — continues to hold a commanding lead over President Trump and Republicans need a major surge of late support to catch up in the final week, a new nationwide Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald poll shows.

Family Day and Homecoming Weekend is a beloved fall tradition that brings alumni, parents, and friends to our Rindge campus to celebrate, reconnect, and enjoy the beauty of the season.

Tuesday, October 27

Celebrating Raven Nation Week!

As health and safety remain our priority, we know that hosting a large, in-person gathering is not an option this fall, but we hope that we will be able to gather again soon. Just because we can’t be together doesn’t mean we can’t connect, socialize, reminisce and celebrate with friends and family. We simply have to create new traditions in the meantime.

Franklin Pierce University and New Hampshire Employment Security are partnering to host a Fall Virtual Job & Internship Fair for the Southwestern area of New Hampshire.

Tuesday, October 20

Fall Virtual Job & Internship Fair

Franklin Pierce University and New Hampshire Employment Security are partnering to host a Fall Virtual Job & Internship Fair for the Southwestern area of New Hampshire.

Voters are split over whether the U.S. Senate should vote on President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee before the November general election, a new Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald poll shows.

Tuesday, October 06

Voters split over whether Senate should vote on Trump’s Supreme Court pick before November election

Voters are split over whether the U.S. Senate should vote on President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee before the November general election, a new Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald poll shows.

Catching coronavirus has been disastrous for President Trump’s re-election hopes, with support for the president plummeting since news of the infection broke, allowing Democratic nominee Joe Biden to open a commanding double-digit lead, a new Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald poll shows.

Tuesday, October 06

Trump support craters after contracting coronavirus, new FPU/Herald poll reveals

Catching coronavirus has been disastrous for President Trump’s re-election hopes, with support for the president plummeting since news of the infection broke, allowing Democratic nominee Joe Biden to open a commanding double-digit lead, a new Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald poll shows. The nationwide poll reveals that instead of a sympathy factor for Trump, there’s been a stunning drop in the Republican president’s poll numbers since he revealed his diagnosis last Friday.

As the 2020-21 academic year gets underway, the Franklin Pierce University Department of Athletics is proud to announce the creation of a new social justice initiative on campus: the Justice in Action Athletic Alliance (J.A.A.A).

Thursday, September 10

Franklin Pierce Announces Justice in Action Athletic Alliance

As the 2020-21 academic year gets underway, the Franklin Pierce University Department of Athletics is proud to announce the creation of a new social justice initiative on campus: the Justice in Action Athletic Alliance (J.A.A.A).

Several weeks into the fall semester at Franklin Pierce University and the dust from the original flurry of COVID-19 testing done on returning students has settled, with the university reporting only one active case currently on the Rindge campus.

Wednesday, September 09

FPU settles into new normal

Several weeks into the fall semester at Franklin Pierce University and the dust from the original flurry of COVID-19 testing done on returning students has settled, with the university reporting only one active case currently on the Rindge campus.

On a splendid, sunny Monday at Keene Country Club, Franklin Pierce University and the Department of Athletics hosted its annual golf tournament, the Rocky Classic, which raises funds to enhance the student-athlete experience.

Friday, September 04

Franklin Pierce Hosts annual Golf Tournament

On a splendid, sunny Monday at Keene Country Club, Franklin Pierce University and the Department of Athletics hosted its annual golf tournament, the Rocky Classic, which raises funds to enhance the student-athlete experience.

The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences announced the creation of a new Master’s in Educational Leadership (M.Ed.) degree with a specialization in curriculum and instruction, which began this fall. The Master’s in Educational Leadership program prepares educators with skills that provide the background to lead in a broad range of educational settings. This new program offers a common core curriculum, elective courses, and fully implemented action research projects, so education professionals can design a track that meets their individualized professional goals.

Thursday, September 03

New Master’s in Educational Leadership (M.Ed.) Degree

The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences announced the creation of a new Master’s in Educational Leadership (M.Ed.) degree with a specialization in curriculum and instruction, which began this fall. The Master’s in Educational Leadership program prepares educators with skills that provide the background to lead in a broad range of educational settings. This new program offers a common core curriculum, elective courses, and fully implemented action research projects, so education professionals can design a track that meets their individualized professional goals.

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