Meeting the College's Priorities

In line with the academic mission and strategic priorities of the College, the Office of Communications is committed to projects that strongly position Franklin & Marshall in meeting the following objectives:

  • Attracting and recruiting extraordinary student talent
  • Demonstrating to wide audiences the ways in which F&M fuels knowledge, discovery and artistic creation
  • Engaging external partners — including alumni, parents, foundations, education change-makers and education advocates — in the work of the College
  • Conveying the College's support of learning during and after college
  • Showcasing the research and scholarship of our faculty among broad audiences
  • Supporting efforts to increase F&M's resources

We work with offices across campus to plan and executes strategic marketing and public relations programming that includes reputation and brand management, external communications, social media and multimedia engagement, and media relations.

Some of Our Latest Work
Story 1/20/2021

Faculty Panel Discusses New Biden Administration

 On the eve of Joe Biden’s presidential inauguration, a trio of professors from Franklin & Marshall’s Department of Government discussed Biden’s incoming administration. 

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Story 1/18/2021

Art for Reflecting and Healing

“Francie Lyshak: Mysterious Visions,” an exhibit displaying hopes for healing, appropriate in this era of anxiety, opens in the Dana Gallery at the Phillips Museum of Art in February. 

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Story 1/15/2021

Winter Visual Arts Center Wins 2020 Best of Design Award

The Winter Visual Arts Center has earned The Architect’s Newspaper 2020 Best of Design Award in the institutional / higher education category. It also was a finalist for overall Project of the Year.

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Story 6/18/2020

Alumni on the Front Lines

Austin Williams, M.D., ’07 As a general surgery resident, my role in the Covid-19 response has changed several times. Since elective surgeries have been canceled, the number of operations we are...

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