Franklin Pierce Looks to the Future at Fall Community Forum
Aug 20, 2020
President Kim Mooney ’83 applauded the collaborative work and diligent planning throughout
the spring and summer that allowed Franklin Pierce to embark on a new academic year
while bringing students back for in-person learning on the Rindge campus and graduate
centers in New Hampshire and Arizona. She also spoke to priority projects from the
new strategic plan, Pierce at 60, including plans for innovation in teaching and learning
and highlighted progress on diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.
Tom Tolbert, Director of Information Technology, Andrew Pollom, Dean of Student Affairs, and Rachel Burleson, Director of Athletics, also offered updates relevant to technology enhancements, health and safety measures and student engagement plans for the fall semester.
Please click on President Mooney's image to view the presentation.
This year’s Annual Service Awards presentation, honoring faculty and staff celebrating anniversaries with Franklin Pierce, includes special recognition of J Forbes Farmer, retiring after 45 years of dedicated service to our students and the University.