Franklin and Marshall College

Franklin and Marshall College,

at Lancaster, Pa.; United Church of Christ (Evangelical-Reformed); coeducational; est. 1787 as Franklin College, reorganized 1853 when it merged with Marshall College (chartered 1836).
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The author is a visiting faculty member of Franklin and Marshall College, Pennsylvania.
Wiesenmaier received his Bachelor of Arts in Business Finance and Accounting at Franklin and Marshall College.
Bethany Johnson, daughter of Jack Johnson, of Clinton, was named to Franklin and Marshall College's spring semester dean's list.
Verratti received his bachelor's degree in economics from Franklin and Marshall College in Pennsylvania.
Grundy Observatory, Franklin and Marshall College) and Backman (Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy [SOFIA], the SETI [Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence] Institute, and NASA Ames Research Center) update again their introductory textbook most recently published in 2008 and 2011.
Another example of an institution-based initiative is the Student Loan Relief Program at Franklin and Marshall College in Pennsylvania, which this year pledges to cap at $10,000 any federal loans for qualifying entering students receiving institutional grants up to $30,000.
According to the Franklin and Marshall College Poll, the president currently leads Romney 48 percent to 36 percent with 12 percent undecided.
Mr Winter's first taste of combat came on June 6, 1944, after he had enlisted after his graduation from Franklin and Marshall College.
Seeds (Franklin and Marshall College) describes the motion of the Earth and its moon, identifies the stars and galaxies visible from Earth, and illustrates how scientists analyze evidence and theory to create logical arguments about nature and the physical universe.
Early dance is offered at such colleges, universities, and conservatories as Franklin and Marshall College, Goucher College, Temple University, The University of California, Riverside, UC Santa Cruz, Longy School of Music, and St.
Terry Madonna, the director of Franklin and Marshall College's politics department and the university's influential Keystone Poll.