Yearly Archives: 2018

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Vanessa Torres, Class of 2012

Vanessa Torres, Class of 2012 Studies at Ferrum: B.A. Spanish, minor in Journalism and English Study Away: Summer in Alicante, Spain Currently: Marketing Specialist at C-SPAN One of the biggest requirements I had when searching for a college to attend, was having the opportunity to study abroad. I loved Ferrum and was so excited [...]

Vanessa Torres, Class of 20122018-08-08T19:30:50+00:00

Ferrum College holds Riddick Hall Ribbon-cutting Friday, August 3

Pictured are (L-R) Ferrum College President David Johns, Ferrum College junior Darrian Marshall, Moore's Electric Pre-construction Operations Manager Joe Byron, Ferrum College senior Jasmine Agee, American National Bank Executive Vice President and Regional President Kevin Meade, American National Bank Market President Todd Hammock, Ferrum College Vice President for Administration and Finance Chris Burnley, [...]

Ferrum College holds Riddick Hall Ribbon-cutting Friday, August 32018-08-03T19:58:04+00:00

Norma Velez, Class of 2015

Norma Velez Coudray, Class of 2015 Studies at Ferrum: B.A. in Spanish, minor in International Studies, Global Perspectives Certificate Study Away: Summer in Seville, Spain and E-Tern in Peru. Graduate degree: Master in International Education, Universidad de Alcalá, Spain, 2016 Currently: Teaching ESL in Switzerland Since high school, I’ve loved traveling and knew I [...]

Norma Velez, Class of 20152018-07-26T17:41:51+00:00

News Café Contest!

Thanks for visiting. The deadline to submit your idea for renaming the remodeled News Café venue was Tuesday, July 31 and the contest is now closed. We will announce the winning name soon!

News Café Contest!2018-08-01T21:01:13+00:00

Kasey Ingram, Class of 2014

Kasey Ingram, Class of 2014 Studies at Ferrum: Major in Social Work, minor in Theatre Study Away: E-Term Service Learning course in Honduras Graduate degree: Master of Social Work, University of Pittsburgh (2015) Service: United States Peace Corps, South Africa Currently: Accepted a Position working as Community Counselor My decision to study [...]

Kasey Ingram, Class of 20142018-07-26T17:47:05+00:00

Jessa King, Class of 2016

Jessa King, Class of 2016 Studies at Ferrum: B.A. English and Spanish, minor in Democracy, Justice, and Civic Engagement Study Away: E-Term in Peru and Summer Term in Puerto Rico Service: Teach for America, 2016-2018, Arkansas Currently: Teaching early high school English in Franklin County, VA. I was very apprehensive about studying abroad [...]

Jessa King, Class of 20162018-07-26T18:02:10+00:00

Caitlin Fournier, Class of 2012

Caitlin Fournier, Class of 2012 Studies at Ferrum: B.A. Spanish, minor in International Studies, Global Perspectives Certificate Study Away: Semester in Seville, Spain Graduate degree: Master in Teaching ESL, Universidad de Alcalá, Spain, 2016 Currently: Teaching ESL in Brazil Studying abroad while at Ferrum was the best decision I could have made both [...]

Caitlin Fournier, Class of 20122018-07-26T18:03:52+00:00

Delana Smith, Class of 2015

Delana Smith, Class of 2015 Studies at Ferrum: B.A. in Spanish and International Studies, with a Certificate in Global Perspectives. Study Away: Semester at American University, E-Term in Mexico, Semester in Alicante, Spain Currently: MA candidate at Old Dominion University in International Studies with a concentration in Foreign Policy and a Certificate in [...]

Delana Smith, Class of 20152018-07-26T18:05:33+00:00

76 student athletes named to the USA South Athletic Conference 2017-18 Academic All-Conference Team

Seventy-six Ferrum College student-athletes were named to the USA South Athletic Conference 2017-18 Academic All-Conference Team, including six who were also USA South All-Conference selections during the past school year. All honorees earned at least a 3.30 GPA in each semester, an increase from a 3.0 GPA which was the previous minimum requirement. Football standout Brian Mann, [...]

76 student athletes named to the USA South Athletic Conference 2017-18 Academic All-Conference Team2018-06-21T15:51:22+00:00

Delia Heck, associate professor of environmental science, spends sabbatical year working on solar energy projects in Haiti

Dr. Delia Heck with Deacon Couloute Schneyder in Haiti. Delia Heck, associate professor of environmental science, spent her sabbatical working with Haitian and American partners on solar energy projects in rural villages of Haiti. She was featured recently in Leigh Prom's article in The Franklin News-Post. Read the article here. [...]

Delia Heck, associate professor of environmental science, spends sabbatical year working on solar energy projects in Haiti2018-06-22T15:47:53+00:00