Franklin College has appointed Andrew Rosner as director of digital fluency at the college. He is the first to hold the position at the college and will be responsible for leading the implementation of the college’s strategic digital fluency initiative. Rosner most recently served as director of the Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology at Indiana University. He also is owner of digital marketing company Everlong Digital. Rosner holds a bachelor’s degree from DePauw University and a master’s degree from Indiana University.