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C&S Scholars Program

Monday, September 18

C&S Wholesale Grocers and Franklin Pierce University Announce Scholars Program

C&S Scholars Program partnership provides Pierce students real-world experience

Neonatal Resuscitation Research

Friday, September 15

Nursing On the Cutting Edge of Neonatal Resuscitation Research

Dr. Paula McWilliam and Instructor Narra Martineau of the Franklin Pierce University Nursing Department made it their mission to study resuscitation and the causes, effects and prevention of airway trauma secondary to endotracheal intubation.

Fresh Check Day

Friday, September 15

Fresh Check Day, a national program to bring awareness of mental health resources and coping strategies

Fresh Check Day, a signature program of the Jordan Porco Foundation which aims to bring awareness of mental health resources and coping strategies to college campuses

Learning Communities for the Future: A Community Conversation at the Monadnock Center

Friday, September 08

Learning Communities for the Future: A Community Conversation at the Monadnock Center

Changing learning communities will be the topic of a community conversation at the Monadnock Center for History and Culture.

President Mooney Discusses Higher Education Affordability

Thursday, August 31

President Mooney Discusses Higher Education Affordability

“I welcome the opportunity to join with our counterparts at Keene State to share key insights and information with Congresswoman Kuster,” said Dr. Kim Mooney, President of Franklin Pierce University.

Hurricane Harvey displacement

Thursday, August 31

Franklin Pierce Responds to Devastation in Texas, Launches New "Harvey Scholars" Program

Franklin Pierce Responds to Hurricane - Launches "Harvey Scholars" Program

Franklin Pierce University is offering free tuition, room, and board for the fall semester to up to 20 college students displaced by Hurricane Harvey.

Thursday, August 31

N.H.'s Franklin Pierce University Offers Free Semester to Students Displaced by Harvey

Franklin Pierce University is offering free tuition, room, and board for the fall semester to up to 20 college students displaced by Hurricane Harvey.

Franklin Pierce University is offering a free semester to college students displaced by Hurricane Harvey, 12 years after it helped a similar group after Hurricane Katrina.

Thursday, August 31

Franklin Pierce University to take in students after Harvey

Franklin Pierce University is offering a free semester to college students displaced by Hurricane Harvey, 12 years after it helped a similar group after Hurricane Katrina.

President Kim Mooney '83

Tuesday, August 01

Summer Update from the President's Office

"As summer winds down, I am excited for a new academic year to begin. While our College of Graduate and Professional Studies students have continued their studies throughout the summer, we look forward to the return of our undergraduate students to the College at Rindge campus at the end of this month, and among them, a new flock of Ravens in the Class of 2021..."

Students behind the anchor desk at WMUR-TV

Friday, July 21

The Presidency and The Press Tour State Government and Media

This past Tuesday, The Presidency and The Press held its "Road to the White House Runs Through the Granite State" bus tour.

After a successful year of screenings, “From Hurricane to Climate Change,” will air on New Hampshire Public Television (NHPTV) this week. NHPTV will also make the film available for streaming and VOD (Video on Demand) for Comcast and other distributors.

Sunday, July 16

NHPTV Broadcasts Franklin Pierce Climate Change Documentary

After a successful year of screenings, "From Hurricane to Climate Change," will air on New Hampshire Public Television (NHPTV) this week. NHPTV will also make the film available for streaming and VOD (Video on Demand) for Comcast and other distributors.

Adrienne Olney—on behalf of her class and Franklin Pierce—and non-profit partner SMILE Mass donated five beach wheelchair chairs to Governor Chris Sununu and the New Hampshire State Parks.

Friday, July 07

DPT Students Donate Accessible Wheelchairs to New Hampshire Beaches

On June 6, Doctor of Physical Therapy student Adrienne Olney--on behalf of her class and Franklin Pierce--and non-profit partner SMILE Mass donated five beach wheelchair chairs to Governor Chris Sununu and the New Hampshire State Parks, creating access that did not previously exist.

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