"Passages" is a culmination of the four years the Class of 2017 has studied in the art department. Using a variety of mediums, the artists show paintings, prints, ceramics, photography and sculpture.Read more
Symposium features former U.S. Director of National Intelligence Mike McConnell and Lt. Gen. John Mulholland, Former Commander of Special Operations Command Central and eight other experts
Chemistry professor Temelso was named among the inaugural Fellows for his work in computational chemistry.
Directed by Professor of Voice Grant Knox, the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta will be performed with the Furman Opera Orchestra led by Music Professor Hugh Ferguson Floyd.
Authors are Furman graduates and include Mindy Friddle, Tommy Hays, George Singleton and Ed Tarkington.
David Shields will speak about his latest book, as well as talk about a film based on his work and directed by James Franco in two separate events March 29 and 31.
The 2017 Southern Literary Festival is set for March 30-April 1 at the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith.
Emily Wirzba '13 lobbies to achieve bipartisan recognition of climate change through her role with D.C.-based Friends Committee on National Legislation.
Employers are on the lookout for more than academic prowess and a high-powered degree. Furman's John Barker says soft, transferable skills cultivated by a liberal arts education are in high demand.
“Black America Since MLK: A Conversation with Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr.,” is presented by Furman’s Riley Institute and Department of Politics and International Affairs.