Career Connections readies students for post-graduation

Katrina Moses, Staff Writer

September 20, 2014

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Francis Marion University’s (FMU) Career Development Department had its first Career Connections workshop on Wednesday, Sept. 3 to give students tools to be career ready before they graduate. Dr. Ronald Miller, Director of...

Patriot faculty welcomes 15 new members

Lauren Cole, Staff Writer

August 27, 2014

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On August 15, 2014, Francis Marion University (FMU) welcomed 15 new faculty members into its ranks. The new faculty members were treated to a complimentary breakfast, a full day of orientation and a luncheon with current administration. ...

New MBA program open to all undergraduates

Joshua Lloyd, Managing Editor

August 27, 2014

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Francis Marion University is now accepting students into its newly designed Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) program, the only business graduate degree at the school. The program began this fall and is designed to...

Donation funds education and health ventures

Rebecca Cross, Assistant Editor

August 27, 2014

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During a lunch outing this summer, James S. “Jim” Konduros handed Francis Marion University (FMU) President Dr. Fred Carter a check for $500,000. Konduros is the chairman of the Fisherman’s Fund, a non-profit charity that...

Sutton presents eighth Moran Address

Rebecca Cross, Staff Writer

April 10, 2014

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Dr. John C. Sutton, a former American Literature and Business Communication professor presented the eighth Moran Address on Thursday, March 27 in the Lowrimore Auditorium. Among those in attendance were Francis Marion University’s...

Field study to offer unique opportunities

Lauren Cole, Staff Writer

April 10, 2014

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During the Summer II semester, the Biology department is offering a tropical ecology class, BIOL 318, which includes a two-week trip to Ecuador. The class will count for four credit hours and will give students from all majors...

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