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As the 2020-21 academic year gets underway, the Franklin Pierce University Department of Athletics is proud to announce the creation of a new social justice initiative on campus: the Justice in Action Athletic Alliance (J.A.A.A).

Thursday, September 10

Franklin Pierce Announces Justice in Action Athletic Alliance

As the 2020-21 academic year gets underway, the Franklin Pierce University Department of Athletics is proud to announce the creation of a new social justice initiative on campus: the Justice in Action Athletic Alliance (J.A.A.A).

Several weeks into the fall semester at Franklin Pierce University and the dust from the original flurry of COVID-19 testing done on returning students has settled, with the university reporting only one active case currently on the Rindge campus.

Wednesday, September 09

FPU settles into new normal

Several weeks into the fall semester at Franklin Pierce University and the dust from the original flurry of COVID-19 testing done on returning students has settled, with the university reporting only one active case currently on the Rindge campus.

On a splendid, sunny Monday at Keene Country Club, Franklin Pierce University and the Department of Athletics hosted its annual golf tournament, the Rocky Classic, which raises funds to enhance the student-athlete experience.

Friday, September 04

Franklin Pierce Hosts annual Golf Tournament

On a splendid, sunny Monday at Keene Country Club, Franklin Pierce University and the Department of Athletics hosted its annual golf tournament, the Rocky Classic, which raises funds to enhance the student-athlete experience.

The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences announced the creation of a new Master’s in Educational Leadership (M.Ed.) degree with a specialization in curriculum and instruction, which began this fall. The Master’s in Educational Leadership program prepares educators with skills that provide the background to lead in a broad range of educational settings. This new program offers a common core curriculum, elective courses, and fully implemented action research projects, so education professionals can design a track that meets their individualized professional goals.

Thursday, September 03

New Master’s in Educational Leadership (M.Ed.) Degree

The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences announced the creation of a new Master’s in Educational Leadership (M.Ed.) degree with a specialization in curriculum and instruction, which began this fall. The Master’s in Educational Leadership program prepares educators with skills that provide the background to lead in a broad range of educational settings. This new program offers a common core curriculum, elective courses, and fully implemented action research projects, so education professionals can design a track that meets their individualized professional goals.

Covid-19 has drastically influenced our lives in many different ways. Most people agree that it has negatively challenged us and caused us painful change. However, one positive change is that our emails are getting kinder. English Professor Randy Malamud says, “Emails before coronavirus were often brusque and demanding and a little bit soulless,” now, emails have taken on a caring and more sensitive tone.

Thursday, September 03

Dr. Maria Minor featured in Forbes discussing COVID-19’s positive impact on email tone

Covid-19 has drastically influenced our lives in many different ways. Most people agree that it has negatively challenged us and caused us painful change. However, one positive change is that our emails are getting kinder. English Professor Randy Malamud says, “Emails before coronavirus were often brusque and demanding and a little bit soulless,” now, emails have taken on a caring and more sensitive tone.

A total of 10 Franklin Pierce University students have tested positive for COVID-19 since they began returning to campus on Aug. 16, but that's not necessarily a surprise to the school leaders.

Thursday, September 03

COVID-19 response going according to plan

A total of 10 Franklin Pierce University students have tested positive for COVID-19 since they began returning to campus on Aug. 16, but that's not necessarily a surprise to the school leaders.

Franklin Pierce University has added a new FAQ section on Ravens Return, specifically to address questions and concerns parents may have.

Wednesday, September 02

Frequently Asked Questions for Parents on Ravens Return

Franklin Pierce University has added a new FAQ section on Ravens Return, specifically to address questions and concerns parents may have.

On behalf of the faculty, staff and entire Franklin Pierce community, please know how happy we are to see our campus come alive with the enthusiasm and excitement that you brought these past weeks. As we end the first full week of classes, I would like to share with all of you --- students and parents --- an update on our health and safety precautions.

Friday, August 28

An Update on COVID Health & Safety Precautions

On behalf of the faculty, staff and entire Franklin Pierce community, please know how happy we are to see our campus come alive with the enthusiasm and excitement that you brought these past weeks. As we end the first full week of classes, I would like to share with all of you --- students and parents --- an update on our health and safety precautions.

In a recent article contributed to the Keene Sentinel, an alumn of Franklin Pierce University and graduate of the New Hampshire Police Academy, Christopher Danksewicz was recently involved in saving a life.

Thursday, August 27

New Peterborough Officer and Franklin Pierce Alum makes rescue in first hour on the job

In a recent article contributed to the Keene Sentinel, an alumn of Franklin Pierce University and graduate of the New Hampshire Police Academy, Christopher Danksewicz was recently involved in saving a life.

In-class instruction began for more than 1,200 Franklin Pierce University students on the Rindge campus last week, despite six students testing positive for the COVID-19 virus during testing done on every student as they arrived on campus.

Monday, August 24

Six students test positive in return to FPU campus

In-class instruction began for more than 1,200 Franklin Pierce University students on the Rindge campus last week, despite six students testing positive for the COVID-19 virus during testing done on every student as they arrived on campus.

On Friday, August 14, staff and faculty members from across Franklin Pierce University’s campus and centers gathered in person and virtually to take part in the Annual Fall Community Forum.

Thursday, August 20

Franklin Pierce Looks to the Future at Fall Community Forum

On Friday, August 14, staff and faculty members from across Franklin Pierce University’s campus and centers gathered in person and virtually to take part in the Annual Fall Community Forum.

Beginning on Sunday, August 16, and continuing yesterday, members of the University’s staff and administration eagerly welcomed new students to their new homes on Franklin Pierce’s 1,200-acre campus in Rindge.

Tuesday, August 18

Franklin Pierce University Welcomes the Class of 2024

Beginning on Sunday, August 16, and continuing yesterday, members of the University’s staff and administration eagerly welcomed new students to their new homes on Franklin Pierce’s 1,200-acre campus in Rindge.

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