F&M student Anthony Wishard '13 sharpens his research and critical thinking skills during a collaborative project with Associate Professor of Chemistry Jennifer Morford.
Several familiar faces will return to Franklin & Marshall this week to help the College community wish a "happy birthday" to the Alice Drum Women's Center.
What will it take to effectively reverse educational inequality in the United States? The answer is powerfully simple, said Wendy Kopp, CEO and founder of Teach For America and Teach For All. "The core of the solution is leadership."
Associate Professor of Sociology Jerome Hodos earns the Urban History Association's Kenneth Jackson Best Book Award for exploring the social impact of globalization in Manchester and Philadelphia.
Sixteen Franklin & Marshall students travel to South Africa to help improve the lives of local residents and deepen the College's impact abroad.