Friday, May 29Dr. Laura Christoph Earns NE10 Faculty Mentor Award
Franklin Pierce University’s Dr. Laura Christoph, an associate professor in the institution’s Health Sciences department, has been selected as this year’s recipient of the Northeast-10 Conference’s Dr. Dave Landers Faculty Mentor Award, as announced on Thursday afternoon by the Conference office. The award is one of five major, year-end awards announced by the NE10 this week.
Wednesday, May 20Franklin Pierce University Plans to Open for In-person Instruction in Fall
Today we announced that students will return to our 1,200 acre campus in Rindge, N.H. for the fall term. Work is also underway at the university’s academic centers to renew some clinical rotations and hands-on labs for its Doctor of Physical Therapy and Master of Physician Assistant Studies programs.
Wednesday, May 20President Mooney Advocates for Effective Communication Through Pandemic
In her recent Op-Ed piece in University Business magazine, President Kim Mooney urges university leaders to be thoughtful, interactive, and transparent in this unprecedented time. As our understanding of the COVID-19 virus evolves, she encourages leaders to acknowledge they don’t have all the answers about how campuses and programs will be affected.
Wednesday, May 20College of Business offers new MBA in Accounting
The College of Business is pleased to announce the creation of a new Accounting specialization in the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program, which will be offered in Fall 2020. The MBA in Accounting will prepare students for management positions or accounting leadership roles in for-profit or non-profit positions.
Wednesday, May 20President Mooney Congratulates 2020 Graduates
On May 16, 2020, President Kim Mooney ’83 reached out to Franklin Pierce University’s Class of 2020 in a video message marking the day their Commencement was originally planned to take place.
Wednesday, May 20Congratulations to Class of 2020 Valedictorians!
Franklin Pierce University is proud to announce that Rebekah Jean Hazleton and Leah Elizabeth Varney have earned the distinction of being named Valedictorians for the Class of 2020. These two outstanding undergraduate students achieved identical GPAs and will share the role as we honor our graduating class.
Wednesday, May 20Outstanding undergraduates recognized at Honors Convocation
Franklin Pierce University is proud to announce the undergraduate students who have excelled in their disciplines and earned Honors and High Honors in their majors, as well as those who have earned special awards and recognitions for outstanding achievements. Traditionally these awards are given in an Honors Convocation ceremony on the Rindge campus on the last day of classes.
Tuesday, May 12FPYS 2020 Recap
The Franklin Pierce University Department of Athletics held the second annual FPYS on Thursday night. A virtual event this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the yearly awards show celebrated the accomplishments of each of the institution's 24 varsity athletic programs. A full video archive of the event is available.
Monday, May 11Academic Showcase 2020 dives deep into “Water”
Academic Showcase at Franklin Pierce University is a much-anticipated spring tradition, highlighting the scholarly and creative work produced by students and faculty throughout the year. This year, students and faculty are following the governor’s “safer-at-home” orders, and the 11th Annual Academic Showcase is being presented virtually rather than in the usual day-long campus event.
Monday, April 06FPU announces plans for delayed graduation
Franklin Pierce University has announced it will still hold a graduation ceremony, though it will be delayed until this summer, and have a smaller scope than the university’s typical commencement.
Friday, March 06Coronavirus Information for Franklin Pierce community
Franklin Pierce University continues to monitor the spread of novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, which was first detected in China and is now present in a number of countries, including the United States. These efforts will encompass our locations in New Hampshire, our center in Arizona and any planned activities or events, including study abroad programs.
Friday, March 06Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King Awards honor spirit of justice and inclusion
At the awards ceremony on Wednesday, March 4, fourteen Rindge students received Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King Service Awards recognizing their commitment to service and volunteerism. Ayodele Ouhuru ’20, Carina Dillon’21, Kathryn Cunningham ’20, Victoria Vargas ’20, and Vincent Hall ’21 received Distinguished Honors and a $250 prize, recognizing the depth of their work toward justice and inclusion.
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