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Friday Feature: Adam Luck, Franklin University Adjunct Faculty, Computer Science

Committed to making relevant technology education accessible for busy adults, Adam puts his passion to work impacting the lives of Franklin University students.

As an adjunct professor at Franklin, teaching courses in network engineering, and server administration and information security, Adam embodies Franklin’s approach to providing technology students with industry best practices combined with best practices in education, which is what differentiates Franklin from online and for-profit providers.

Students in Adam’s courses benefit from his expertise developed overseeing the implementation of IT infrastructure and information security solutions for organizations ranging from small credit unions to Fortune 500 companies. As a result of his role as a senior manager for IGS leading a department responsible for Information Security, Network Engineering, Systems Administration, Telecommunications and Technology Support, Adam provides Franklin students with real world perspective, insight and personalized attention that helps them bridge the gap between theory to practice.

For information on Franklin University’s technology-focused offerings, visit: https://bit.ly/2KPyg1u
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This photo of a Franklin classroom in 1952 illustrates that technology has always been part of our lives. Although a lot has changed, Franklin University is still the place where best practices in industry meet best practices in education.

#ThrowbackThursday
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Build specialized skills quickly with an online certificate program

Increase your marketability or tweak your career path with an online certificate from Franklin. Our certificates are designed for a quick ROI, so you can complete them in about a year for Advanced Certificates and in as few as six months for Graduate Certificates.

Because many of the certificate courses are part of larger degree programs, you’ll get the same industry-relevant knowledge taught by in-field professionals. In addition to helping you build specialized skills quickly, certificates are a great way to test-drive a degree program. And for an added bonus: Many of the certificate courses give you credit that can be transferred directly toward a Franklin degree.

Advanced Certificate in Business Analysis : http://bit.ly/2NFuo0Q
Advanced Certificate in Project Management : http://bit.ly/2L4xKsl

Graduate Certificate in Criminal Justice Leadership: http://bit.ly/2J8tZAw
Graduate Certificate in Instructional Design: http://bit.ly/2uf8cTd
Graduate Certificate in Sustainability Management: http://bit.ly/2JchKCT
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Partnering with the Columbus Community Safety Advisory Commission to provide the venue for today's live webcast.

Proud to have Franklin's Dr. Chenelle Jones share her expertise as one of 17 commissioners reviewing police policies, training and procedures.
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Choosing to get a master’s degree is a major financial decision. For many, it’ll be one of the biggest purchases of a lifetime, right behind a house and a car. So, a natural question is: Is a graduate degree worth the cost?

Read our new blog post to learn more about how to evaluate the situation holistically: http://bit.ly/2L0VFJn
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What will you make a reality this week?

#MondayMotivation
#FranklinMakesItPossible
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A lot has changed in Columbus since this photo was taken in the early 1900s. But, Franklin University has been a constant in the heart of the city.

We were here yesterday. We are here today. And we will be here tomorrow. We’re committed to a quality education for you. Start your journey today.

#ThrowbackThursday
#FranklinMakesItPossible
#FranklinMakesItPersonal
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Wishing everyone a safe and happy Fourth of July!

The University will be closed today, July 4, in honor of the Independence Day holiday. During this closure, support and services provided through the University will not be available. These include the Learning Commons, University Help Desk and Business Office.
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Confidence...it's what allow us to move forward. It's a concept fostered through support and achievement.

Learn about Matt's experience at Franklin University and how his MBA provided the confidence needed to create a better future.

http://bit.ly/2ICMnBd
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