Sep
06

Pulitzer Prize winner headlines Fiction and Poetry Festival

Poet Gregory Pardlo, whose collection of works Digest won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry, is the headliner for the 11th annual Pee Dee Fiction and Poetry Festival at FMU.

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Sep
01

From small town to big opportunities

Freddricka Pressley (‘18) is from the small town of Gresham in Marion County. She was one of just 62 students in her senior class. At Francis Marion University, she was president of a student body of more than 4,000.

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Aug
31

FMU History professor pens book on the high tensions of tariffs

Machiavellian-style parliamentary procedures. Politically charged fistfights. National attention on congressional addresses. Last week in Washington? Maybe. But Dr. William Bolt will tell you it’s pre-Civil War America, too.

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Aug
28

FMU’s Warters selected to participate in ACE fellowship at UNC-Wilmington

Francis Marion University’s Dr. T. Alissa Warters has been awarded a prestigious American Council on Education fellowship.

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Aug
28

Francis Marion welcomes 25 new faculty members

Francis Marion University welcomed 25 new faculty members to campus as the 2017-2018 academic year began last week.

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Aug
24

FMU’s Hyman Fine Arts Center hosts North and South Carolinian’s exhibits

Artists from North and South Carolina will exhibit their works throughout August and September at the FMU’s Art Gallery Series.

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Aug
23

FMU announces tenure and promotion of faculty

Francis Marion University announced the tenure and promotion of faculty members for the 2017-2018 academic year at the school’s annual faculty breakfast earlier this week.

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Aug
22

FMU’s Carter calls for in-state student supplement

Francis Marion University President Dr. Fred Carter’s annual welcoming address to the faculty was anything but usual this year.

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Aug
22

Mission accomplished: Grad goes from FMU to U.S. Army officer

In life, there are many ways to get from point a to point b. The same can be said of a career in the military. There are multitudes of ways to go from civilian to an officer in the field.

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Aug
16

FMU lays plans for a ‘healthy’ future

As Francis Marion University’s School of Health Sciences continues to expand, university leaders are moving to accommodate new programs with new facilities.

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Aug
14

Francis Marion University launches new website

Francis Marion University launched a redesigned and reinvigorated website last week. The new site offers quick and easy access to essential information and a more user-friendly experience, with a focus on cross platform accessibility through a responsive design. Francis Marion President Dr. Fred Carter says the site represents an ongoing effort to provide students, faculty, [...]

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Aug
09

FMU professor warns of bogus eclipse glasses

Before you peer towards the heavens to view the Great American Eclipse on Aug. 21, be sure you’re protecting your eyes with eclipse glasses – not sunglasses – that are properly ISO-rated. A slew of bogus eclipse glasses have hit the market as the celestial event of the century nears. That’s led to some concerns, [...]

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