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Shana Jackson is a fourth-year textile design major in the Lamar Dodd School of Art from Philadelphia by way of Brooklyn.

We are indeed thankful for the research findings and expertise from Franklin faculty members shared regularly in media across the globe. Archeology and the dangers of online gambling lead November's samples of recent stories and coverage:


Now in its third year, the Math Peer Mentor Program (MP)2 in the department of mathematics connects undergraduate upperclassmen with freshmen and transfer students.

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Statistics is the science of learning from data which is grounded in probability and mathematics with a strong influence of computer science, especially in the last two decades. Applications are the lifeblood of Statistics; they stimulate novel theoretical methodologies while…

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The AB in Interdisciplinary Art & Design exposes students to a variety of media and techniques associated with studio art disciplines, yet has the flexibility to build a cross-disciplinary degree program with more elective coursework outside of Art. Students pursuing the A.…

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The Social Studies Program, a unit in the Department of Educational Theory and Practice, is responsible for the planning and oversight of programs leading to secondary teacher certification (grades 6-12) in history, geography, economics, and political science. These programs…

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