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As the nation observes National Police week, we extend our thanks to our special-duty officers who serve all of our Franklin locations, as well as as all those who serve and protect our community.

This week presents, not only a time to say a silent thank you to the officers being added to the memorial in Washington D.C., but also an opportune time to recognize the brave men and women who currently serve and protect us.
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Happy National Nurses Week to nurses everywhere – especially those in our RN to BSN program!
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Powerful lecture on Human Trafficking by Judge Paul Herbert (creator of the CATCH Court) today at today's Human Trafficking Conference.

Honored to have this partnership with the Society for the Scientific Detection of Crime (crimeclub.org) and Franklin’s Criminal Justice Administration major to address such an important societal issue.

Speakers:
Judge Paul Herbert, Franklin County Municipal Court, Keynote Speaker and Creator of the CATCH court

Dr. Karen Miner-Romanoff, Dean, College of Health & Public Administration

Columbus Police Detective, Aaron Dennis

Survivor of Human Trafficking
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Nuts and Bolts of the Affordable Care Act: Impact on your Nursing Practice

Attend a one-hour webinar, earn a free CEU credit and find out how the Affordable Care Act will impact you. The online session will describe the impact of the Affordable Care Act on quality, cost and access to healthcare and its impact on nursing. The webinar will also articulate methods for enrolling in a healthcare plan.

DATE: MAY 20, 2015
TIME: 7-8 P.M. EDT

PRESENTERS:
Dr. Alyncia Bowen: Dr. Alyncia Bowen is the chair of professional studies for Ohio National University, a division of Franklin University. Prior to joining Franklin University as a full-time faculty member, Dr. Bowen worked in the area of healthcare, where she served in a variety of management and leadership roles. Dr. Bowen’s primary research areas are organizational learning, knowledge management, organizational culture and transformational leadership. 

Dr. Gail Baumlein: Dr. Gail Baumlein chairs the nursing program at Franklin University. She has been a nurse for more than 30 years and has held faculty and administrative positions in academia for 20 years. Her research interests include teaching online, outcomes assessment and faculty mentoring.
 
Register today at franklin.edu/events.  SPACE IS LIMITED
 
This CE Activity, OLN-S-1702-15, offered by the Franklin University has been approved for 1.0 contact hour by the Ohio Board of Nursing through the approver unit at the Ohio League for Nursing (OBN-006-92) and the program is approved to be offered through April 7, 2017.
Join us for a Graduate Programs Open House to learn more about why top employers hire Franklin University grads.
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Great story on the myTransferCredit tool Franklin launched to help prospective students understand (any time of day or night) the value of Franklin in terms of speed to degree, transfer and cost.
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Looking for a way to increase your cultural understanding? Why not volunteer to be a host to teens traveling to Franklin from China?
Franklin University will once again play host to up to 100 Chinese teens (age 14 -20) for a series of English as a Second Language camps. The camps aim to improve the English skills of these teens through immersion in American culture. There will be four camps taking place between July 19 and August 1.

In support of this effort, Franklin is looking for families who are willing to host one or ideally two of these cultural ambassadors in their homes for the week.

Welcoming an international student is more than providing a place to stay. Host families will have the opportunity to meet a new person from a different cultural background, share their daily life and get to know each other – providing all participants a better understanding of the other culture.

If you are interested in hosting a student, please fill out the host family interested form at http://bit.ly/HostingForm.

The Office of International Students and Programs (OISP) at Franklin University organizes the ESL Camp and serve as the contact for host families. For further questions, please contact Silvia Lučić, International Programs Specialist, between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. at (614) 947-6784 or camps@franklin.edu.
Franklin University is looking for families who are interested in welcoming one or ideally two Chinese students in July and August. Students of the same gender can easily share a room. Host families have to be interested in and open to the Chinese culture. All they need to do is provide a room, ...
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A few words of motivation for your Monday!
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A beautiful bloom found on Franklin's Main Campus. (Photo courtesy of Dr. Dan Bell: http://faculty.franklin.edu/daniel-bell/)
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A very special congratulations goes out to Franklin University's own Debbie Bitzan, Jessica Skala and Matt Perdue who were presented with an Excellence Award for Student Success at today's Campus Management’s 'Campus Insight' conference.
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Want to know what major accomplishments Franklin University has made this past year...or what some of our alum have been up to? Then check out the new edition of Clocktower, a magazine for alumni and friends of the University. We think you'll be as impressed with the alumni we've highlighted as we are!
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Just a friendly reminder that it's April 15.  Don't forget to pay your taxes.
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