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Ravens Advocate! Disability Awareness Week begins at Franklin Pierce University

Monday, March 20

Ravens 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.

FPU and NH SBDC Present “Starting a Small Business”

Tuesday, March 14

FPU 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.

Justice for All: Franklin Pierce students honored with King service awards

Tuesday, March 07

Justice 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.

BIG prints exhibition to open at the Thoreau Art Gallery

Tuesday, February 28

BIG 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).

Doctor of Physical Therapy Students raise Funds for Beach Wheelchairs

Wednesday, February 08

Doctor 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.

Franklin Pierce hosts James Waller for Holocaust discussion panel

Wednesday, February 08

Franklin 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.

Franklin Pierce Begins Anniversary Year with New Board of Trustees Leadership

Wednesday, February 08

Franklin Pierce Begins Anniversary Year with New Board of Trustees Leadership

The Board of Trustees of Franklin Pierce University, the governing body of the institution, appointed Steven V. Camerino of Meredith, NH as Chair and Kerry D. Stein of Mamaroneck, NY as Vice-Chair, as Franklin Pierce enters its tenth anniversary as a University.

Franklin Pierce Leads Group of Students to Inauguration

Wednesday, February 08

Franklin Pierce Leads Group of Students to Inauguration

Franklin Pierce University lead a student media team from the New Hampshire Student Media Association to Washington, D.C. to cover the U.S. Presidential Inauguration in January, thanks to the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation (NHCF).

Franklin Pierce Awarded Non-Profit of the Year

Friday, February 03

Franklin Pierce Awarded Non-Profit of the Year

Franklin Pierce University is proud to announce that it has been chosen by the Jaffrey Chamber of Commerce as the organization's 2016 "Non-Profit of the Year."

Franklin Pierce Launches New Online EMS Program

Monday, January 09

Franklin Pierce Launches New Online EMS Program

Franklin Pierce University, a leader in healthcare education, announced today the launch of a new online Emergency Medical Services (EMS) program uniquely designed for the needs of working professionals.

Faculty and Staff Honored by SGA

Friday, December 23

Faculty and Staff Honored by SGA

Kathleen Dougherty, Alan B. Schulte, Forbes Farmer, Jacques Veilleux, Robert Goodby Donna Decker, Rosemary Nichols were honored by the Student Government Association (SGA) for their service.

Student-produced video captures NEA Big Read literary Grand Monadnock climb

Tuesday, November 22

Student-produced Video Captures NEA Big Read Grand Monadnock Climb

This film, produced by Jasmyne Fogle '17, captures this literary trek in all of its arduous glory.

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