Thursday, August 29Franklin Pierce University announces new provost and deans
"Franklin Pierce University announced Wednesday the appointment of an Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs as well as four deans of the university’s new academic organization."
Friday, August 23Meet the New Ravens
A flock of new Ravens arrive on the Rindge campus on Saturday, August 24 – 470 of them to be exact! We are looking forward to welcoming them to the Franklin Pierce community with events and activities planned throughout Orientation Weekend and beyond.
Friday, August 23Student Affairs Leaders are Here to Help New Ravens
New students on the Rindge campus will be surrounded with support as they navigate life at Franklin Pierce University. Our Student Affairs Leadership (SALS) program is designed to ease the transition for entering freshmen and transfer students, with over 150 Ravens participating to build community and ensure campus safety.
Friday, August 232020 presidential youth movement takes a hit in latest poll
"All the talk about the 2020 presidential youth movement in the Democratic party hasn’t reached New Hampshire yet, according to the latest Franklin Pierce University-Herald poll." - Paul Lambert
Thursday, August 22The critical undeclared voters are key to New Hampshire's 4 electoral votes
Professor Christina Cliff writes "The game changers in the first Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald poll are the undeclared voters. But that independent-minded bloc — 47% of the voters in the poll — is showing significant splits. It all suggests potential problems for President Trump."
Monday, August 19Franklin Pierce Announces Football’s Inaugural Season
The Franklin Pierce University Department of Athletics is pleased to formally announce ticket and gameday information for the football program’s inaugural season at the NCAA Division II level.
Tuesday, July 23The Presidency & The Press 2019
High school and college journalists and teachers from across New England converged at the Marlin Fitzwater Center for Communication from July 15-19, 2019.
Friday, July 19Lindsey Lynch, M.Ed. ’19, Outstanding Student of the Year in Education
Lindsey Lynch M.Ed. ’19, originally from Rochester, N.Y., was recognized as this year’s Outstanding Student in Education. This honor is especially noteworthy given the unique challenges she faced studying, student teaching and taking certification exams from her current home in Saudi Arabia.
Friday, July 19Dr. Andrew Pollom is New Dean of Student Affairs
Dr. Pollom brings over 17 years of student life experience, most recently as the Associate Dean of Students at Lake Forest College in Illinois, where he managed all aspects of student support initiatives within the Office of Student Affairs.
Monday, July 15Dr. Paula McWilliam Awarded Patent for Neonatal Intubation
Dr. Paula L. McWilliam, Director of Nursing at Franklin Pierce University, received notice that a U.S. Patent has been issued on the sensor-equipped laryngoscope she developed with a research team that includes co-patentholders Dr. Louis P. Halamek of Stanford University, and Brian J. Grannoff and Mark Scott of the College of Engineering and Physical Science at the University of New Hampshire.
Tuesday, July 02Reunion 2019 – We miss you already!
Over 300 alumni and their guests returned to campus to reconnect with lifelong friends at Alumni Reunion Weekend June 28-29. The Class of 1969 celebrated their 50th reunion, and received a special 50th medallion and a yearbook that was a nostalgic journey for class members.
Tuesday, July 02218 Student-Athletes Named to NE10 Academic Honor Roll
The Franklin Pierce University Department of Athletics has had 218 student-athletes named to the Northeast-10 Conference Academic Honor Roll for the spring 2019 semester, as announced on Monday afternoon by the Conference office.
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