Tag Archive for ‘spring14’

Averting a Cocoa Crisis

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.

Secrets in the Clouds

How is a changing climate affecting the cloud forest ecosystem? An F&M professor and her students scale heights to find out.

A Brotherhood for Life

Ten Years After Its Founding, F&M Student Group “IMPACT” Takes Its Model Across the Country

F&M Arts Review Vol. III Excerpts

F&M Alumni Arts Review is an annual publication showcasing literary and visual works by F&M alumni

Teaching a Generation of Digital Natives

Emerging technologies help professors prepare for a new age of academic engagement

Teaming Up for Lessons of Leadership

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.

Video Spotlight: Aaron Bass ’01

Aaron Bass ’01, principal of KIPP: DuBois Collegiate Academy in Philadelphia, discusses his educational philosophy and passion for preparing students for college.

Magical Memories of a Snowy Visit

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.

The Power of Hands-on Inquiry

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.

Call Him a Division I All-American

Rick Durso ’15 Writes a New Chapter in F&M’s Wrestling Tradition

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