Dr. Patrick Moore is one of only 60 people in the country to receive the Outstanding Investigator Award from the National Cancer Institute.
The Bachelor of Arts degree in Environmental Journalism will be open to students in the fall.
Applications are now being accepted for the We Are Franklin Regional Scholarship Fund, and a member of the graduating class of 2016 will receive the scholarship in June.
Theresa Brown will help to celebrate Women’s History Month and read from her latest book.
A fundraising concert will be held to raise money for the college’s radio station and a national nonprofit organization.
The college is hosting a three hour program that focuses on fun ways for elementary students to sharpen their math skills.
The event is for high school students who are interested in criminal justice, law enforcement and forensic science.
The college is enrolling students in the first graduate programs to be offered there in more than 30 years.
The idea is to provide students with healthy food options that they can cook or store in their rooms.
A new option aims to prepare students for careers in fields such as international banking and sales, consulting in foreign trade and international marketing and business analysis.