Tag Archive for ‘spring14’
Is a global chocolate shortage on the horizon? An F&M graduate works with West African farmers as questions linger about the long-term cocoa supply.
How is a changing climate affecting the cloud forest ecosystem? An F&M professor and her students scale heights to find out.
Ten Years After Its Founding, F&M Student Group “IMPACT” Takes Its Model Across the Country
F&M Alumni Arts Review is an annual publication showcasing literary and visual works by F&M alumni
Emerging technologies help professors prepare for a new age of academic engagement
The Harwood Leadership Seminar saw 12 varsity athletes and 12 non-athletes participating in a series of workshops throughout the 2013-14 academic year, exploring dimensions of leadership such as building a team, self-discipline, accountability and resilience.
Aaron Bass ’01, principal of KIPP: DuBois Collegiate Academy in Philadelphia, discusses his educational philosophy and passion for preparing students for college.
Much like this year, the early months of 1979 brought heavy snow to Pennsylvania. So it was perhaps not a shock that I would be snowed in at F&M during my campus visit as a prospective student.
Why does F&M create so many research opportunities for undergraduates? Because we know that students learn the most when they engage directly with knowledge creators in hands-on inquiry.
Rick Durso ’15 Writes a New Chapter in F&M’s Wrestling Tradition