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Nov
08

Who knows what you’ll discover at WildSumaco

FMU’s WildSumaco biological research site, located in the foothills of the Andes mountains, has given hundreds of Francis Marion students the ability to expand their world.

By Matt McColl | Homepage
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Nov
07

Case Worker

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By Larry Falck | Off-campus full-time jobs
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Oct
30

FMU School of Business, Kelley Center partner to provide corporate management course

FMU’s School of Business and the Kelley Center for Enterprise and Innovation are partnering to provide a means to move up the corporate ladder.

By Matt McColl | Homepage . News
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Oct
26

FMU to host trick-or-treating with telescopes under the stars

FMU’s Dooley Planetarium and the Society of Physics Students will be hosting an evening of trick or treating under the stars this Friday at the University’s Observatory.

By Matt McColl | Homepage . News
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Oct
25

FMU Fine Arts Department hosts visiting artist workshops

Students at Francis Marion University are receiving a crash course in the world of professional artistry thanks to a series of workshops hosted by the University’s Department of Fine Arts.

By Matt McColl | Homepage . News
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Oct
23

Black Violin’s ‘Classical Boom’ coming to the FMU PAC

The FMU Performing Arts Center will present an entertaining and stunning collision of musical worlds this spring when Black Violin brings its innovative mix of hip-hop and classic sound to the PAC’s main stage.

By Matt McColl | Homepage . News . Student Life
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Oct
18

FMU’s Kassab Gallery to host abstract painting and ceramic galleries

Two of South Carolina’s most laudable artists will display their works through Nov. 9 at the FMU Adele Kassab Gallery.

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Oct
17

Parris Island Marine Band to perform at FMU PAC

The Parris Island Marine Band, one of America’s oldest and most well known military concert bands, will bring its legendary performance to the Francis Marion University Performing Arts Center on Friday, Oct. 27.

By Matt McColl | Homepage . News
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Oct
10

Legendary singer-songwriter Graham Nash to take center stage at FMU PAC

Grammy Award-winner Graham Nashwill bring his iconic songbook to the FMU PAC on Saturday, March 3 at 7:30 pm.

By Matt McColl | Homepage . News
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Oct
03

Pee Dee conservationist receives Francis Marion Biology alumni award

Frank Oliver, the CEO at Wildlife Action, Inc. was honored by the FMU Department of Biology with the presentation of the Lawrence F. Swails Award.

By Matt McColl | Homepage . News
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Sep
29

Building math: low debt equals low tuition costs

Bricks and mortar do not a great education make, but how they’re paid for can make a big difference. At FMU, we prefer to pay for them up front.

By Matt McColl | Homepage
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Sep
27

Francis Marion celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

FMU celebrated Hispanic Heritage month by welcoming award-winning filmmaker Jesús Nebot to campus on Wednesday, Sept. 27.

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