Furman alum Sali (Sumer) Christeson '07 reimagines women's work attire. The company she co-founded eliminates one of the challenges facing women in the workplace.Read more
The free March workshop is open to juniors and seniors, with seniors having the first opportunity to sign up for the 50 available seats.
The three-time All-SoCon tight end becomes the 11th Furman football player to receive the prestigious scholarship valued at $7,500.
Business & Accounting Professor Robert Underwood examines commonly-held myths about free trade.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission invited the business and accounting professor to discuss his mutual funds research at the March 10 summit in Washington, D.C.
The Sandy Roberson Outstanding Senior Accounting Award is established by Taylor Thene '17 and her parents, Tony and Holly.
Alumnus and Ph.D. candidate Cary Fontana ’10 shares his expertise and experiences with students in the Edinburgh Study Away program
Furman business professor Tom Smythe talks about what a Trump presidency might mean for the economy.
Beginning in January, seniors will be offered a free, six-part “Personal Financial Literacy” workshop that will give them the tools to navigate the financial landscape they’ll encounter after graduation.
Professors Brent Nelsen and Tom Smythe write that international trade is good for the U.S. economy and the Upstate.