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Franklin Pierce Launches New Online EMS Program

Monday, January 09

Franklin Pierce Launches New Online EMS Program

Franklin Pierce University, a leader in healthcare education, announced today the launch of a new online Emergency Medical Services (EMS) program uniquely designed for the needs of working professionals.

Faculty and Staff Honored by SGA

Friday, December 23

Faculty and Staff Honored by SGA

Kathleen Dougherty, Alan B. Schulte, Forbes Farmer, Jacques Veilleux, Robert Goodby Donna Decker, Rosemary Nichols were honored by the Student Government Association (SGA) for their service.

Student-produced video captures NEA Big Read literary Grand Monadnock climb

Tuesday, November 22

Student-produced Video Captures NEA Big Read Grand Monadnock Climb

This film, produced by Jasmyne Fogle '17, captures this literary trek in all of its arduous glory.

Climate Change Documentary Screening at Colonial Theatre

Friday, November 18

Climate Change Documentary Screening at Colonial Theatre

A new documentary film produced by Franklin Pierce University's Monadnock Institute of Nature, Place and Culture, called "From Hurricane to Climate Change," will be presented at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 6 at the Colonial Theatre on Main Street in Keene.

Luke Tracy '18: Hillary Clinton captures Dixville Notch Vote

Tuesday, November 08

Luke Tracy '18: Hillary Clinton captures Dixville Notch Vote

Since 1960, the residents of the of Dixville Notch have come together to place their vote for the president of United States just minutes after the clock strikes midnight.

FPU Professor Christina Cliff: Who's to blame? Just look in the mirror, voters

Monday, November 07

FPU Professor Christina Cliff: Who's to blame? Just look in the mirror, voters

Franklin Pierce University professor Christina Cliff weighs in on the latest Franklin Pierce University/Boston Herald poll

FPU Professor Frank Cohen: Establishment Groups, not system itself, drawing voter ire

Monday, November 07

FPU Professor Frank Cohen: Establishment Groups, not system itself, drawing voter ire

Franklin Pierce University professor Frank Cohen analyzes the results from the most recent Franklin Pierce/Boston Herald Poll.

Franklin Pierce University/Boston Herald Poll Hillary Clinton maintains narrow lead over Donald Trump

Monday, November 07

Franklin Pierce University/Boston Herald Poll Hillary Clinton Maintains Narrow Lead Over Donald Trump

Democrat Hillary Clinton maintains her slim lead over Republican Donald Trump with just days remaining in the presidential campaign.

President Kim Mooney on

Monday, November 07

President Kim Mooney on "The Take with Sue O'Connell"

President Kim Mooney recently appeared on "The Take" with NECN's Sue O'Connell, discussing what make Franklin Pierce University special, and how the 2016 election presents a learning opportunity for students.

Amanda Holland '18: Civility Important in Politics

Wednesday, November 02

Amanda Holland '18: Civility Important in Politics

"Civility is not just speaking out and being candid, it goes beyond that," said Marlin Fitzwater. "Public discussion is a good way to solve problems."

Franklin Pierce To Co-Host Forum on

Wednesday, October 26

Franklin Pierce and Newseum Forum on "Civility in Presidential Election Discourse" Featured on C-SPAN

On Friday, October 28, 2016--just days away from the conclusion of one of the most contentious campaigns in recent American history--Franklin Pierce University will co-host a panel of political experts to discuss the topic of "Civility in Presidential Election Discourse" at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.

Willa Cather's New Hampshire Legacy

Monday, October 24

Willa Cather's New Hampshire Legacy

Franklin Pierce University professor Dr. Donna Decker and University of Nebraska professor Andrew Jewell talk about Willa Cather, the letters she wished never to be published, and the ongoing NEA Big Read events sponsored by the University.

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