Here you will find timely notices of interest for faculty and professional staff, updates about benefits and policies, reminders about upcoming deadlines, health and wellness news, and more. Visit this site regularly to read the latest news shared among faculty and professional staff.
Former faculty member Diane Patton has been hired as the Coordinator of the Science Teaching Internship Program/Course.
The annual 2014 Campus United Way Campaign is October 1-31.
"Eight Men Out," the 1988 baseball film is the second in the series this fall, screens at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 1, in the Great Room at Ware College House. Popcorn provided.
A Voice From the Ground: Nick Peterson '02 speaks about his experience in Ferguson at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 29 in Stager Hall Auditorium, Room 102.
Although it would be nice, completely avoiding problems is impossible. Enroll in this course to creatively solve problems and proactively anticipate future issues.
"Understanding Our Changing Student Population: A Case Study Presented by the Diversity Education and Training Committee (DETC) at F&M," is the first in the 2014-15 Professional Staff Food for Thought Luncheon Series, which is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 8., in Booth Ferris, the Steinman College Center. Lunch begins at 11:30 am, the program at noon. Please save the dates for the Luncheon Series: #Change@F&M.
Franklin & Marshall College is celebrating the 259th birthday of one of the College's namesakes, John Marshall, 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 24 on Harman Green. Join the Blue & White Society for cake and a chorus of "Happy Birthday," led by the Poor Richards.
It is a pleasure to introduce the HR staff and share the expertise available to support the needs of our community.
On September 20, from 10 AM - 1 PM the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Office of the Chaplain are hosting a special gathering at The North Museum for the "RACE: Are We So Different" exhibit.