Thursday, August 31N.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.
Thursday, August 31Franklin 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.
Tuesday, August 01Summer 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..."
Friday, July 21The 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.
Tuesday, July 18Women Who Lead
Stories of inspirational and influential women within the region.
Sunday, July 16NHPTV 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.
Friday, July 07DPT 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.
Thursday, June 29Franklin Pierce Alum Earns a Bahamian Parliament Seat
Franklin Pierce was not the only institution vying for Shanendon Cartwright's attention as a top national high school basketball prospect. But Pierce was the school he chose. Now, Shanendon sits as a member of Parliament for the Commonwealth of the Bahamas.
Tuesday, June 27Franklin Pierce Students Win an Emmy Award
Ten Franklin Pierce students were honored with a student Emmy Award by the New England chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) at the 40th Boston/New England Emmy Awards Ceremony on Saturday, June 24 for their production of an "It's On Us" public service announcement (PSA).
Wednesday, June 07Franklin Pierce Welcomes New Members to its Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees of Franklin Pierce University, the governing body of the institution, has appointed three new members, including Robert Riley, John Burke and Terrell Boston Smith.
Tuesday, June 06Five Questions with Holly Beretto, Editor of Pierce Magazine
Writer and Marketing Specialist Holly Beretto graduated magna cum laude from Franklin Pierce College in 1993 with a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication in hand and a Sigma Tau Delta cord draped over her shoulders. Never did Holly think, as she crossed that commencement stage, that she would be back as editor of Pierce Magazine nearly a quarter of a century later.
Monday, June 05From A.L.A.NA. to Archaeology: Shinel Nicholas '19
Shinel's personal commitment not only to A.L.A.NA. and Pierce Perspective--its student discussion group--but to social justice has twice earned her the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Service Award. This honor recognizes students who have demonstrated a commitment to service and community building, and recognizes individuals as they work to fulfill the dream and message of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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