Five leaders with deep experience in the spheres of politics, the financial industry and higher education have been newly appointed to the Franklin & Marshall College Board of Trustees, effective July 1.
Nine members of the faculty at Franklin & Marshall College have received promotions in advance of the 2014-2015 academic year.
A bustling American city's emergence as a cultural center for an archetypal European art form has drawn the research interest of a dance professor and a Hackman Scholar at Franklin & Marshall College.
Charlotte Petrie and Sophie O'Reilly, students from England's Chichester University, arrived at Franklin& Marshall College in June to research their American history projects while F&M Junior Danny Pellegrino went to Chichester in May to work on his British history project, part of a three-year-old student exchange program between the two institutions.
During her research on family, community and law in early 19th century Mexico, Assistant Professor of History Laura Shelton came across an unusual series of infant murders committed more than a century earlier. The cases intrigued her and now Shelton, along with two Franklin & Marshall College Hackman scholars, are investigating the deaths for a research project.
Franklin & Marshall Assistant Professor of Philosophy Nick Kroll knew it was a long shot going in, but he wanted to submit his essay to provoke dialogue on the modern necessity of an archaic form of thought. He did, winning an esteemed award in the field of philosophy, the 2014 Marc Sanders Prize in Metaphysics.
Beginning in September, Franklin & Marshall College will equip its sworn campus police officers in the Department of Public Safety with side arms to safeguard the safety and security of members of the campus community.
A warmth borne of sunlight and fond memories bathed the campus of Franklin & Marshall College as alumni and their families gathered June 6-8 for Reunion Weekend 2014.
Subjects from violence and filmmaking morals to reality TV and the Amish will occupy more than 70 scholars in such disciplines as philosophy, brain science, sociology, and cognitive psychology when they converge on Franklin & Marshall College to share papers and presentations during the annual conference of the Society for Cognitive Studies of the Moving Image June 11-14.