Taylor Broach and Jessica McNeil were great friends going through college. They hung out, took many of the same classes, and did a lot of things friends do. They also made the Biology lab at Francis Marion University their second home for their final year in college, researching cervical cancer and different alleles of the [...]
Professors and the relationships they build with students are one of the most important aspects of college life at Francis Marion University. Javier Bustos Jaimes, a part of FMU’s class of 2018, knows all about that. Bustos Jaimes, a much-decorated Industrial Engineering-Mathematics double major from Eagle Springs, N.C., says his connections with FMU faculty made [...]
On a day in late May just three years ago, FMU Nursing student Grayson Hucks endured an unexpected series of events that would forever change the course of her life.
A small town girl with a multiple college degrees, a future as military officer, a desire to travel internationally, and dreams of imparting change on the justice system from a national platform. And this only partly describes, Chasity Inman, one of the stalwarts of Francis Marion University’s Class of 2018. An Effingham, S.C. native, Inman [...]
Mia Much, one of the stars of the Class of 2018, is spreading the Francis Marion to the far ends of the earth. Even California Melania “Mia” Much grew up in the northern suburbs of San Diego and is quick to describe herself as a “southern California girl, born and bred.” Now, she can describe [...]
Yang met the major requirements in Accounting, Finance and Mathematics and became just the second triple major in Francis Marion’s history.
Nearly 400 graduate and undergraduate degrees will be conferred – one of FMU’s largest graduating classes – during Francis Marion University’s spring commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 5.
Francis Marion University recently held its 48th-annual Athletic Awards Gala in the university’s Performing Arts Center. Most Valuable Player awards were given in 14 sports. A school spirit award, most outstanding cheerleader award, and a student-athlete award were also presented.
Four FMU faculty members were honored for outstanding individual work during the past year at an annual faculty recognition banquet Thursday night.
Dr. Ruth Wittmann-Price, Dean of the FMU School of Health Sciences, was named the J. Lorin Mason Distinguished Professor for the 2018-19 academic year at the school’s annual faculty awards dinner.