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Speaking at a Higher Education Summit at the White House Jan. 16, F&M President Daniel R. Porterfield urged a group of influential college and university leaders to recognize and recruit the high-achieving academic talent in the nation’s low-income student populations.
Tucked away on the southern end of campus beside Buchanan Park, the Dr. Leon Herman Arts Center is home to the planning and production of visual works by F&M students and faculty members.
I’ve been gratified by the tremendous encouragement we’ve received to the articulation of Franklin & Marshall’s strategic priorities last fall. Individually and collectively, those priorities represent a single shared vision for F&M’s future—leadership as a national liberal arts college. Our enduring mission is to serve students and society by providing a transformational liberal arts education. [...]
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From complex chemistry to fruit flies, Rett Syndrome to total parenteral nutrition, this year’s edition of F&M Scientist makes Claude Yoder ’62 marvel at the work of Franklin & Marshall alumni.
F&M alumni working at Lancaster General Health provide mentorship to students interested in health professions.
Sarah Waybright ’06 discusses her passion for nutrition education and her experiences leading healthy, interactive dinner parties in Washington, D.C.
Welcome to the Winter 2014 edition of Franklin & Marshall Magazine, which takes you from Mumbai to Lancaster to Los Angeles—and many places in between.
A gene mutation linked to breast cancer sends a mother and daughter on a transformational journey
Stuart Pimsler ’71 explores the role of the artist in the realm of public discourse