Monday, March 01Franklin Pierce's Kim Mooney plots growth beyond New Hampshire
Franklin Pierce President Kim Mooney's sites are set on adding campus outposts throughout her home state of New Hampshire, not to mention other parts of the country, even as peers pull back on spending and contract operations to weather the Covid-19 pandemic.
Thursday, February 25USA Today Special Edition “America Renewed” 2021 features FPU
Senior year has been anything but typical for Benjy Renton . His study-abroad program in China was cut short in January 2020 by the coronavirus.
Tuesday, February 23Congratulations to our Arizona Doctor of Physical Therapy graduates!
Franklin Pierce University in Goodyear, Arizona held its hooding ceremony virtually on Saturday, February 20, 2021. Professor Shaina Ettinger welcomed everyone to the virtual event with President Dr. Kim Mooney sharing well wishes, noting the adaptability and resiliency of the graduates and offering reflections on the challenges of the last year.
Thursday, February 18FPU Welcomes Derica Carty ’99 to its Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees of Franklin Pierce University announces the appointment of new member Derica Carty ’99, Founder and President of Clear Curriculum in Washington, D.C. Carty brings extensive leadership experience in business process activities and instructional design methodologies to her role on the Board of Trustees, as well as an enduring appreciation for the opportunities to succeed and develop meaningful connections she had as a student at Franklin Pierce University.
Tuesday, February 162021 Virtual Career & Internship Fair
Franklin Pierce University and the New Hampshire College and University Council (NHCUC) are partnering to host a Spring Virtual Career & Internship Fair.
Wednesday, February 10Opinion Piece: Why Civic Engagement is Key to Protecting Democracy
American democracy just survived a near-death experience during the slow-motion coup that was the four years of Donald Trump’s presidency. It culminated in his rejecting his electoral loss and pressuring officials and political allies to back his claims that the election was fraudulent and, at the end, inciting his supporters to storm the Capitol in an effort to stay in power. During his time as president, he attacked the press, undermined truth with lies and conspiracy theories, and flouted countless institutional norms such as the peaceful transition of power and the rule of law that American democracy has depended on to function.
Tuesday, February 02Matt Johnson Named Head Coach of Women’s Soccer Program
Franklin Pierce University Director of Athletics Rachel Burleson has announced Matt Johnson has been named the fifth head coach of the University’s women’s soccer program. Johnson comes to Rindge with nearly a decade of head coaching experience at the Division II level already under his belt, and brings plenty of administrative experience with him.
Thursday, January 28PA Named Best Overall Job in 2021 by U.S. News & World Report
PA rose to the number one spot on the U.Sn News & World Report's 2021 Best Jobs list. The rankings factor in important aspects of a job including growth potential, work-life balance, and salary.
Wednesday, January 27President Mooney Welcomes Students Back to Rindge
As we officially kick off the spring semester on the Rindge Campus today, I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you all back home and offer my sincere gratitude to each member of our community.
Tuesday, January 26As Ravens return, FPU plans even more COVID testing in spring semester
Students at Franklin Pierce University have begun returning for the spring semester but not before testing negative for COVID-19 within the past week.
Thursday, January 14Dean's Honors and Dean's List for Fall 2020
View the Dean's Lists for the Fall 2020 semester.
Thursday, January 07Op-Ed by Prof. Cliff: Should Donald Trump remain in the intelligence loop?
Professor Chrisina Cliff of the Humanities Department at Franklin Pierce University has published an opinion article regarding President Trump.
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