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Free Webinar -- The Power of Humor

Humor can do so much more than just brighten your day! In this seminar, you’ll learn why laughter can truly be the best medicine.


Change and Challenges: Developing Your Personal Resilience

Come to a free Workshop on April 8th at 11am in the Woods Room at the ASFC.


Conflict of Interest Policy

What is a conflict of interest with my employment at Franklin & Marshall College?  


Whistleblower Policy

What is Franklin & Marshall College's Whistleblower Policy?


New Performance Evaluation Scale

Learn more about the new scale being introduced this year on performance evaluations.


Welcome our Newest Colleagues!

We are pleased to announce and welcome the following people who joined the College community in March.  We are very happy to have them with us and know you will help them feel welcome!


Lecture: Translation, Plants, and Their Pharmaceutical Properties

The Franklin & Marshall College Spanish Department presents at 6 p.m., Wednesday, April 2, in the Ware College House Great Room, a lecture by María Mercedes Carrión of Emory University: "Translation, Plants, and their Pharmaceutical Properties: from Greek Antiquity to Spanish Early Modern Period.”


Lancaster Farm Fresh Spring/Summer CSA Sign-Up

For those in the Franklin & Marshall College community who are interested, it's time to sign up for spring/summer Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) shares from Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative. 
 

New Faculty Center Awarded Mellon Grant

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded Franklin & Marshall College a $700,000 Grant to provide operating support over the next four years to the new Faculty Center.


The Angel of South Ben

Students, faculty, and staff gathered for lunch in the Great Room of Bonchek College House Tuesday, March 18,  to wish Angel Lopez well as he prepares to retire. Angel has served as a custodian in the halls of South Benjamin Franklin for 17 years and will be greatly missed.