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A convoy of family vehicles began lining up on University Avenue as early as 4:25 a.m. on Saturday, August 25, delivering the Class of 2022 and their belongings to the Rindge campus.

Tuesday, August 28

Franklin Pierce Welcomes New Ravens to Rindge

A convoy of family vehicles began lining up on University Avenue as early as 4:25 a.m. on Saturday, August 25, delivering the Class of 2022 and their belongings to the Rindge campus.

Franklin Pierce University, in conjunction with the Department of Athletics, recently hosted the 29th Annual Franklin Pierce University Golf Tournament on Monday, July 23.

Thursday, August 02

29th Annual Golf Tournament

Franklin Pierce University, in conjunction with the Department of Athletics, recently hosted the 29th Annual Franklin Pierce University Golf Tournament on Monday, July 23.

NH Governor Christopher T. Sununu visited the Rindge campus on Thursday, July 26 to speak with 90 middle school students attending the BEST camp, a partnership among Franklin Pierce University, the Jaffrey-Rindge Rotary and the local SAU #47 school district.

Wednesday, August 01

Governor Sununu Visits BEST Camp at Franklin Pierce

NH Governor Christopher T. Sununu visited the Rindge campus on Thursday, July 26 to speak with 90 middle school students attending the BEST camp, a partnership among Franklin Pierce University, the Jaffrey-Rindge Rotary and the local SAU #47 school district.

On Friday, April 13, President Kim Mooney welcomed nearly 150 women to the Rindge campus for the New Hampshire Women in Higher Education Leadership (NHWHEL) Spring Conference. After an initial “icebreaker” networking exercise, the attendees broke into one of four information sessions: “Women in Leadership: Professional and Personal Balance in Higher Education”, “Navigating Institutions of Higher Education as a Woman of Color”, “Change? We’ve Always Done it this Way!” or “Mentoring: Mentors for Leaders, Time Commitments, and Reverse Mentoring.”

Friday, April 27

NHWHEL Spring Conference on the Rindge Campus

On Friday, April 13, President Kim Mooney welcomed nearly 150 women to the Rindge campus for the New Hampshire Women in Higher Education Leadership (NHWHEL) Spring Conference. After an initial “icebreaker” networking exercise, the attendees broke into one of four information sessions: “Women in Leadership: Professional and Personal Balance in Higher Education”, “Navigating Institutions of Higher Education as a Woman of Color”, “Change? We’ve Always Done it this Way!” or “Mentoring: Mentors for Leaders, Time Commitments, and Reverse Mentoring.”

The fifth annual Trendsetters Awards seeks to honor young professionals under the age of 40, who are making a difference to the local community.

Tuesday, March 20

President Mooney Speaks to Trendsetters Award Winners

The fifth annual Trendsetters Awards seeks to honor young professionals under the age of 40, who are making a difference to the local community.

Students enrolled in the Physician Assistant Program at Franklin Pierce University's Lebanon Center received their long white coats. The coating of the student signifies the end of their educational experience.

The ceremony was held at the Dartmouth–Hitchcock Medical Center on February 24, 2018.

Wednesday, February 28

Masters of Physician Assistant Studies Long White Coat Ceremony

Students enrolled in the Physician Assistant Program at Franklin Pierce University's Lebanon Center received their long white coats. The coating of the student signifies the end of their educational experience. The ceremony was held at the Dartmouth–Hitchcock Medical Center on February 24, 2018.

Manchester Center Meet and Greet

Friday, January 19

Manchester Center Meet and Greet with Franklin Pierce University President Dr. Kim Mooney

Community Leaders gathered for a Meet & Greet with Franklin Pierce University President Dr. Kim Mooney at our Manchester

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Tuesday, January 09

Bridging the gap between academia and the job market

After building the highly-regarded health sciences program in 2012, producing students in great demand, FPU has turned its sights on generating more and more graduates who can slide easily into other workforces.

Appointed to NH Higher Education Commission

Wednesday, December 20

Dr. Kim Mooney Appointed to NH Higher Education Commission

Franklin Pierce University President Kim Mooney was appointed this week to the New Hampshire Higher Education Commission. The Commission is responsible for the regulation of colleges and universities - public and private - that are physically located in New Hampshire.

Sodexo Dining and Senior Staff serve students

Monday, December 11

President Dr. Kim Mooney, Senior Staff, and Sodexo Host Annual Holiday Dinner

President Dr. Kim Mooney and members of the Senior Staff assisted the wonderful staff of Sodexo Dining to serve students at last night's annual Holiday Dinner.

New President, Working Collaboratively and Locally

Tuesday, November 14

Franklin Pierce, With New President, Working Collaboratively and Locally

Franklin Pierce, With New President, Working Collaboratively and Locally

Connect 2.0 Hannah Grimes Center

Thursday, November 09

Entrepreneurship, Networking and Innovation - Connect 2.0

President Kim Mooney '83, a second-year member on the board for the Hannah Grimes Center invited students to go to the inaugural event in 2016 and again this year to develop their professional connections, in addition to expanding their opportunities in the Monadnock Region.

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