Furman students add two murals to the Upstate’s collection of public art.Read more
Habitat for Humanity recognizes the Shi Center for Sustainability as Organizational Donor of the Year.
Celia Castellano weighs in on her experience as Furman’s first Bon Appétit Sustainability Foods Fellow.
Art students take a lesson from visiting artist Mark Grote, an opportunity provided by the True Inspiration Artist-in-Residence Program.
The Shi Center completes its annual campus Greenhouse Gas Inventory
Furman students get a taste of teaching while sharing art at Legacy Charter School.
Shi Center selected as one of 13 national Centers for Sustainability Across the Curriculum by The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.
Students and faculty teamed up with Trees Greenville and Furman grounds keepers to plant 11 Japanese mountain cherry trees.
This fall, soprano Jacquelyn Stucker ’11 will add her voice to the company at The Royal Opera in London.
In an unconventional classroom, Joy Owens ’14, director of the Historic Johnson Farm, teaches children about history and agriculture.