Winter 2016

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Masters at Work

Francis Marion University’s cadre of artist-professors straddle two worlds in a never-ending balancing act

Ho Hum, Another Day Protecting the Pope

High profile assignments, work with the world’s fastest computer just part of the ‘grind’ for FMU’s Perkins

Government Work

Student government, that is. It’s not always glamorous, but for FMU’s student leaders, it’s been worthwhile

When they say Rannie will be missed they mean it

Long-time manager of provost’s office is retiring after 32 years

Of Computer Networks and Ribeyes

FMU's Brent Tiller (’01) is a high-tech, center cut entrepreneur

Making an IMPACT

Patriots make an IMPACT on young lives

Kyer finds a good fit at a small-town college

Kyer named a 2015-16 Trustee Research Scholar

Putting the ‘e’ in library

FMU’s Rogers Library is turning the page on a bold new future, one phase at a time

Wittmann-Price’s research model travels the globe

Wittmann-Price named a 2015-16 Trustee Research Scholar

Class Notes Winter 2016

Nineteen70s M. Doolittle Stone (’72) was elected to the Johnsonville City Council in June 2015. Diane Scarborough (’77) was awarded the Lawrence F. Swails Award at...