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Manchester Center Meet and Greet

Friday, January 19

Manchester Center Meet and Greet with Franklin Pierce University President Dr. Kim Mooney

Community Leaders gathered for a Meet & Greet with Franklin Pierce University President Dr. Kim Mooney at our Manchester

Opioid Research

Friday, January 19

Student Assists Professor in Timely Opioid Research

Franklin Pierce Junior Annalea (Annie) Wohlgemuth, a native of Temple, NH, is doing her part to help gain insight into this threat to public safety

Thursday, January 18

Winter Fun! Tubing with the President

President Mooney and some of the faculty got in on the fun tubing down the lawn in front of Peterson Manor.

New on-Campus Cafe

Tuesday, January 16

New On-Campus Cafe

The Library Cafe project is the result of the hard work of the Business Incubator student group who suggested the idea of a cafe on campus.

NORTH KOREA'S NUCLEAR PROGRAM DISTRACTS US FROM KIM JONG UN'S BIGGER THREATS Newsweek

Thursday, January 11

North Korea nuclear program distracts us - by Assistant Professor Christina Cliff

As pressure mounts between the U.S. and North Korea, there’s good reason to worry. U.S. intelligence agencies have underestimated Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons program, and President Donald Trump and North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un have relentlessly traded insults in recent months, increasing tension between the two countries.

article from the Sentinel

Tuesday, January 09

Bridging the gap between academia and the job market

After building the highly-regarded health sciences program in 2012, producing students in great demand, FPU has turned its sights on generating more and more graduates who can slide easily into other workforces.

Fall Semester Recap slideshow

Monday, January 08

2017 Fall Semester Recap - a photo slideshow of the Rindge campus semester

As we all look forward to the Spring semester, let's take a moment to look back at our successful Fall semester.

Long Way Home Camino

Monday, January 08

Long Way Home - walking the thousand year-old pilgrimage route called the Camino de Santiago

This unique study abroad program is comprised of studying and then walking the thousand year-old pilgrimage route called the Camino de Santiago from France to Spain.

Alden Trust grant for Marlin Fitzwater Center

Thursday, December 21

Just-Announced: Alden Trust Grant will Support Upgrade of the Marlin Fitzwater Center in 2018

Franklin Pierce University is proud to be the recipient of an $85,000 Alden Trust grant, sought to support the planned upgrade to production facilities in the Marlin Fitzwater Center for Communication

Appointed to NH Higher Education Commission

Wednesday, December 20

Dr. Kim Mooney Appointed to NH Higher Education Commission

Franklin Pierce University President Kim Mooney was appointed this week to the New Hampshire Higher Education Commission. The Commission is responsible for the regulation of colleges and universities - public and private - that are physically located in New Hampshire.

Monadnock Therapy Dogs

Tuesday, December 12

Monadnock Therapy Dogs

he always-popular Monadnock Therapy Dogs, and their handlers, visited campus for one of their annual de-stressing sessions during finals week.

Sodexo Dining and Senior Staff serve students

Monday, December 11

President Dr. Kim Mooney, Senior Staff, and Sodexo Host Annual Holiday Dinner

President Dr. Kim Mooney and members of the Senior Staff assisted the wonderful staff of Sodexo Dining to serve students at last night's annual Holiday Dinner.

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