The South Carolina Chamber Music Festival, produced by FMU’s Dr. Paolo Gualdi, will make its way to Florence for its sixth season and a full week of classical chamber music beginning on Monday, Feb. 19.
Ceramic sculptures by Greenville artist Elaine Quave and paintings by Myrtle Beach artist Neva Campbell will be on view in the Adele Kassab Gallery in the Hyman Fine Arts Center at FMU from Jan. 9 through Feb. 15.
FMU hosted its 20th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Thursday night, including a march across campus and an “MLK Celebration through the Arts,” which featured special tributes in music, dance and word to the iconic Civil Rights figure.
In the spirit of uniting the campus community in the celebration of equality and human rights, FMU and the Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce will host the 20th Annual Martin Luther King Celebration on campus on Thursday, Jan. 11.
Francis Marion University awarded degrees to 309 new graduates at its fall commencement ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 16. The degrees included 231 baccalaureate degrees, and 78 graduate degrees.
Undergraduate studies are all about preparation for real research. But for FMU students Rachel Fleschner and Kristin Ingram, their undergraduate years included a heavy dose of higher-level research within their chosen majors.
Francis Marion University’s first class of doctoral students is nearly complete and will begin their studies in January when FMU’s spring semester begins.