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Nine members of the faculty at Franklin & Marshall College have received promotions in advance of the 2014-2015 academic year.
An ongoing commitment to preparing faculty to meet this challenge has earned Franklin & Marshall College's new Faculty Center a $250,000 grant from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. The award brings total support for the center to $1.17 million from various sources.
Two of Franklin & Marshall College's five college houses will have new dons in the 2014-15 academic year, Professor of English Patricia O'Hara at Ware College House and Shirley Watkins Steinman Professor of Classics Ann Steiner at Bonchek College House.
Faculty and staff, as you plan events for the next academic year I thought it would be helpful to provide two links that will provide information about significant holy days that may be observed by members of the Franklin & Marshall College community.
Bring your bicycle to a free bike repair clinic any time between noon and 2 p.m. on Tuesday, June 24 at Hartman Green. Meet Brad Copeland (Service Manager) and Chris Caldwell (Chief Wheel Spinner) from Lancaster's new community bike center, The Common Wheel.
A tractor this spring spread compost made from Franklin & Marshall College's food waste over Sponaugle-Williamson Field. The practice is designed to build healthier turf, but it's also an example of the College's campus-wide efforts at sustainability
Reunion Weekend Remarks, as prepared, by Daniel R. Porterfield, Ph.D., president of Franklin & Marshall College, June 7, 2014, to the alumni classes ending in "4" and "9."
The Franklin & Marshall College, Office of Admission has hired Donna Sheehan to fill the vacant position of Volunteer Program Coordinator/Admission Assistant.
Dipnic Wiffleball Challenge Commissioner Suzanna Richter and sports maven and Brooks College House Dean Roger Godin provide a play-by-play recap of the 23rd annual Dipnic Wiffleball Challenge played on May 13.
Weekly summer potluck dinners are 5:30 p.m. Wednesdays in Franklin & Marshall College's Black Cultural Center, 615 College Ave. Come, share food and thought with students at this Office of Multicultural Affair's event.