The award is part of a larger $20 million NSF grant that harnesses the collective research and expertise of 10 South Carolina universities.Read more
For Furman interns and BlueCross employees, learning is a two-way street
Alexis Myers ’18 and Noah Vieira ’19 traveled to Oxford this July to share their research with experts in the field of photochemistry.
Furman Provost George Shields makes a strong case for the power of undergraduate research.
Furman Chemistry Professor Timothy Hanks receives the 2017 South Carolina Governor’s Award for Excellence in Science at a Predominantly Undergraduate Institution.
The university held induction ceremonies earlier this spring for 66 students who were elected to the nation’s most prestigious academic society.
Vieira, who works with Furman Chemistry Professor Paul Wagenknecht, is focused on making solar energy faster and more cost-efficient.
The four-year grant from the Sherman Fairchild Foundation will benefit student and faculty researchers in Biology, Chemistry, and Earth and Environmental Sciences.
Chemistry professor Temelso was named among the inaugural Fellows for his work in computational chemistry.
Daniela Mesa Sanchez '17 and Matt Whitmire '15 are among 2,000 awardees who participated in a national competition, which this year drew 13,000 applicants.