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I have been working at Franklin & Marshall College full-time (more than 10 years)RecommendsPositive OutlookRecommendsPositive Outlook
Small liberal arts college with a collegial environment that allows for great flexibility to experiment and explore. I have enjoyed working closely with our students. Of course, I am in a position where I can work with select students, so that helps promote my positive attitude.
Not always a clear path about our mission or direction. Leadership at various levels is uneven. No room for growth, but who gets into academics for growth or money. Lately the college can feel like a country club, which fosters the noted coddling. This can be a real shame, since the college has made great strides to attract students from various countries, regions, backgrounds and economic classes. That diversity can seem squandered, as students too easily wander off to comfort zones.
Advice to Management
Identify and promote our institutional identity. Maintain a clean, simple, consistent message. Slowly abolish the Greeks, which more often than not squander efforts to build a vibrant and thriving community.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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interviewed at Franklin & Marshall College (Lancaster, PA) in August 2013.
Minimal technical questions, but a very straightforward interview. Strengths and weaknesses.
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When Ben & Jerry say "dip," think ice cream. When Ben & John say "dip," think diplomat. Franklin & Marshall College, named after Benjamin Franklin and John Marshall, is a private liberal arts institution serving approximately 2,000 students. It offers academic and research programs in areas including English, mathematics, political science, art, sociology, and environmental studies. The school was created in 1853 through the merger of Franklin College (founded in 1787 with a contribution from Ben Franklin) and Marshall College (opened in 1836 and named after Chief Justice...