A fellowship established by Carolyn and Joseph Warden creates new research opportunities in Special Collections.Read more
Furman receives $800,000 Mellon Foundation Grant to create new faculty positions
The university held induction ceremonies earlier this spring for 66 students who were elected to the nation’s most prestigious academic society.
Four students from Furman won Fulbright awards in 2016-17. This number places Furman among the top 35 bachelor’s institutions producing Fulbright winners.
The new strategic vision, which will transform the student experience, combines a liberal arts education with immersive experiences outside the classroom.
Four Furman graduates will research or teach in the Netherlands, Germany, Taiwan and Laos through the State Department's Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
Furman Classics professor Christopher Blackwell will collaborate with Leipzig University on a project analyzing ancient Greek texts.
Sixty-one students joined the nation’s oldest and most prestigious academic society during a special initiation ceremony this spring.
Furman graduate Kimberly Freeman’s passion for teaching was recently recognized with the prestigious 2015-16 Milken Educator Award for South Carolina.
Furman has received a $22.3 million grant from The Duke Endowment to strengthen and support one of the University’s premier merit scholarship programs. The grant includes $22 million for the University’s endowment to augment Furman’s James B. Duke Scholarship program, which provides full-tuition scholarships to students who display “exceptional academic achievement and distinctive personal accomplishment.” The remaining $300,000 is operational funding that will support the University’s ongoing initiatives to enhance the Duke Scholars’ academic experiences.