You ask, they answer. Have a question about Franklin & Marshall? No one understands the F&M experience better than our students. E-mail Jingjing with any questions you may have and get to know the many facets of Franklin & Marshall. All questions asked to the students will be kept in confidence.
My name is Jingjing Xu. I am currently a Sophomore at Franklin & Marshall College from Beijing, China. I am a Physics and Math double major, with a Studio Art minor. Attending a liberal arts college in United States is definitely a life-changing experience. The holistic education F&M provides allows me to take a wide range of classes based on my own interests and meet with students from diverse backgrounds. Professors here being a superior asset, I have never run out of opportunities and challenges to do independent study and conduct advanced research with their unconditional help. Last semester, I had an engaging time doing an informal independent reading course with Professor Brody on the topic of Probability with Stochastic Processes. Over this summer, I will be doing Physics research on the subject of quantum dots with Professor Larochelle with a Hackman Scholarship. Apart from my academic life, I am working at the Admissions Office as a student assistant under Mrs. Penny Johnston, the Director of International Admissions. It is exciting to be highly involved in the whole process of admissions works and to witness what is behind the scene as for international admission. Moreover, I did Skype Talk with some of the prospective students, subsequently kept in close contact with them and answered their questions in the application process. My second job is working as an administrative assistant in North Museum of Natural History and Science, which is adjacent to our campus. There are plenty of ways to apply knowledge to practical work here at F&M. Email -
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