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EES professor Muthukrishnan awarded Fulbright scholarship

Muthukrishnan will research and teach at Lilongwe University for Agriculture and Natural Resources in Sub-Saharan Africa's Malawi.

University names Michael Jennings Chief Diversity Officer

Jennings, who currently serves as associate dean of the Consortium for Social Transformation at the University of Texas at San Antonio, will begin his new duties at Furman July 10.

Rev. Kate Taber named Associate University Chaplain

Facilitator for Peacemaking and Mission Partnerships of the Presbyterian Church (USA) World Mission in Jerusalem, Taber will begin her duties July 31.

Furman Golf Club hosts BMW Charity Pro-Am

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is among the celebrities who will be at the Furman golf course for Thursday's opening round.

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Moving and learning work well together

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Research by Dr. Julian Reed has shown that physically active children have greater academic performance, academic achievement and enhanced cognition compared to their less active peers.

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Why Germany has boring politics

Furman graduates Claire Greenstein '11 and Brandon Tensley '12 break down why German elections this year promise to be undramatic.

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Black power and the rise of Trumplandia

Education professor Paul Thomas says Trump’s ascent is how our nation reacts when blacks seek the same avenues as whites to fortune and power.

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Around the Lake

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers checks out his drive at the Furman golf course during Thursday's first round of the BMW Charity Pro-Am. Rodgers drew one of the biggest crowds of the day, many of whom were Packers fans showing their appreciation for the two-time National Football League MVP.