2012 on the Franklin Chronicles

Old College_statue.As the year winds down, I would like to thank everyone for a wonderful 2012 on the Chronicles. We launched the blog right before the new year and brought it into full operation as the year progressed. The Franklin College has wonderful IT professionals, and it is because of them that this idea of a college-specific media site has come to fruition. I am indebted to them, particularly Sean Hendrix and Lauren Blais. My thanks and appreciation for all you've done.

And all of the scientists, students, faculty and staff whose work we have reported one, a few of whom have agreed to sit for interviews - on camera - to talk about their work. That's what the blog is for and we look forward to many more great stories in the new year.

But speaking of 2012, I wanted to run back through some of the most popular posts (thanks, Google!) from each month. Here is a sample - you could compile a completely different list based on criteria other than page views, and if you are so inclined, please do. But here's mine:

January - On grammatical precision

February - Student-athlete Ben Reynolds

March - Art's expanding mission

April - Deepwater Horizon, two years later

May - Science and wonder

June - Realizing the good life

July - Climatologists note dramatic surface ice melt in Greenland

August - Meet a faculty member

September - Talking Design in Myanmar

October - Franklin scientists publish new research on Alzheimer's mystery

November - Privacy in a digitized world

December - Franklin College, UGA among top producers of Fulbright students for 2012-13

Thanks for reading. See you in 2013.

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