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Porterfield to be Featured Panelist for NBC News 'Education Nation' Summit, Oct. 7

Reflecting Franklin & Marshall College's leadership in initiatives to promote college success for talented students from all backgrounds, F&M President Daniel R. Porterfield is one of four college presidents nationwide participating as a panelist in NBC News' 'Education Nation' Summit 2013.


Lancaster County Students Awarded F&M Faculty and Staff Scholarships

Continuing its commitment to providing educational opportunities for talented students from all backgrounds, Franklin & Marshall College has selected five students from Lancaster County to receive awards through the Franklin & Marshall College Faculty and Professional Staff (FPS) Scholarship Fund. 


Keeping Up With the Joneses: Professor Explores Why We Buy

Associate Professor of Marketing Jeff Podoshen studies post-war consumerism and our motivations to buy material goods. In this interview, part of an occasional feature called "Three Questions," Podoshen discusses the relationship between materialism and conspicuous consumption. 


F&M Seeking Tree Campus USA Status for its 'Arboretum'

Six years after Franklin & Marshall College designated a 52-acre portion of the campus an arboretum, the College is advocating for an official botanical recognition, as a "Tree Campus USA" school, from the Arbor Day Foundation. 


'Irregular Wars' Series Explores Insurgencies Throughout History

Professor of History Van Gosse has created a seminar-style course for F&M students and public lecture series: "Irregular War: Guerrillas, Partisans, Bandits, and Mujahedeen," which examines the history, theory, and practice of guerilla warfare and counter-insurgency throughout the modern era.


'John A. Fry College House Green' Honors 14th F&M President

Franklin & Marshall this fall is recognizing its 14th president's contributions with the completion of the "John A. Fry College House Green," a residential quadrangle bordered by the four original College Houses.