The award celebrates the memory of Jim Smart, a longtime Furman history professor (1967-1995) who died in 2013. Smart was known for his passion for teaching and learning, his dedication to student development.Read more
Furman's new Institute for the Advancement of Community Health will be devoted to supporting healthier lifestyles in the local community.
The Institute for the Advancement of Community Health (IACH) will allow students and faculty to be more strategically involved in the work of community organizations devoted to supporting healthier lifestyles.
The university is one of only three schools nationwide to receive CUR's Award for Undergraduate Research Accomplishment.
Furman alum Thomas Rainwater ('89) will speak about the impact of human culture on conserving the world's endangered crocodiles and turtles.
The new strategic vision, which will transform the student experience, combines a liberal arts education with immersive experiences outside the classroom.
Approximately 1,200 faculty, staff, students and members of the Greenville community attended fall convocation Thursday.
Furman assembles an interdisciplinary team that will examine the needs of communities that feed into Berea High School and Carolina High School.
Sami Alkoutami ’16 and his family spent part of the summer visiting a Syrian refugee camp in Jordan and helping any way they could.
Urbanization is not always bad news for bird populations. Biology professor John Quinn and student Jesse Wood report encouraging findings for the Brown-headed Nuthatch in SC.