Tuesday, April 11Franklin Pierce University Announces New Director of Athletics
Franklin Pierce University announces the appointment of Rachel Burleson to the position of Director of Athletics, succeeding Bruce Kirsch who will retire in June after serving in the position at Franklin Pierce for 45 years.
Monday, April 10Kirsti Sandy Wins Franklin Pierce University's 2017 Raven Prize in Creative Nonfiction
Northern New England Review (NNER), published by the staff and students of Franklin Pierce University, is pleased to announce that New Hampshire writer Kirsti Sandy is the winner of the NNER 2017 Raven Prize in Creative Nonfiction.
Saturday, April 01Franklin Pierce To Honor Retiring Director of Athletics
Franklin Pierce University President Kim Mooney will honor retiring Director of Athletics and fellow Franklin Pierce alumnus Bruce Kirsh during a retirement dinner on April 30 at 6 p.m. in Spagnuolo Hall on the College at Rindge campus.
Monday, March 27Academic Showcase Will Kick Off Spring Events
Franklin Pierce University will celebrate the scholarly and creative work of its very best students during the 2017 Academic Showcase on Tuesday, April 18. The University will not hold classes during the day-long celebration, which will welcome the local community and greater region to attend poster sessions, panels, roundtable discussions, musical and theatrical performances, the "Raven Brain Bowl" and more across the College at Rindge campus.
Friday, March 24Announcing Honorary Degree and Peterson Award Winners
Franklin Pierce University will award honorary degrees to Barney Frank and Michael C.J. Fallon, and The Honorable Walter R. Peterson Citizen Leader Award to New Hampshire Public Radio (NHPR)'s Laura Knoy, host of "The Exchange," during its Commencement exercises on Saturday, May 13.
Monday, March 20Diane Rehm, Trent Spiner and others will be recognized with the Fitzwater Medallions
A year-long celebration of the 15th anniversary of Franklin Pierce University's Marlin Fitwatzer Center for Communication will culminate with the annual Fitzwater Center Honors ceremony on Thursday, April 27, bestowing Fitzwater Medallions upon select honorees at the College at Rindge campus.
Monday, March 20Ravens Advocate! Disability Awareness Week begins at Franklin Pierce University
This week (March 20-24, 2017) begins Franklin Pierce University's first Ravens Advocate! Disability Awareness Week to highlight the importance of an inclusive, diverse and supportive campus with events occurring daily throughout the week.
Tuesday, March 14FPU and NH SBDC Present "Starting a Small Business"
Franklin Pierce University, in partnership with the New Hampshire Small Business Development Center (NH SBDC), will present "Starting a Small Business" on Wednesday, March 22, from 6:30-8 p.m. at the John D. Perkins Sr. Academy in Marlow, N.H.
Tuesday, March 07Justice for All: Franklin Pierce students honored with King service awards
America commemorated Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 16, and February was Black History Month. But in a predominantly white state like New Hampshire, what does it mean to be culturally aware? Students at Franklin Pierce University in Rindge are discussing the subject, on campus and for the general public. In addition, they're pursuing service projects in the spirit of King -- and won awards for it.
Tuesday, February 28BIG Prints Exhibition to Open at the Thoreau Art Gallery
The Thoreau Gallery at Franklin Pierce University is pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition "Breaking New Ground: 15 years of BIG," an exhibition of international prints celebrating 15 years of a non-toxic etching technique, known as Baldwin Intaglio Ground (BIG).
Wednesday, February 08Doctor of Physical Therapy Students raise Funds for Beach Wheelchairs
Franklin Pierce University students are working hard to make a difference in the state of New Hampshire by making the state's beaches and lakes accessible to those confined to a wheelchair.
Wednesday, February 08Franklin Pierce Hosts James Waller for Holocaust Discussion Panel
Franklin Pierce University will host a discussion panel titled, "What Anne Frank and the Holocaust Teach Us About Genocide and Genocide Comparisons" on Monday, February 13 from 3:30-5 p.m. in Spagnuolo Hall on the College at Rindge campus.