An economics professor who has taught at the university since 1990, Peterson assumes his position immediately.Read more
Kailash Khandke explores the post election stock market bump and what it means for jobs, economic growth, and inflation.
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.
The new strategic vision, which will transform the student experience, combines a liberal arts education with immersive experiences outside the classroom.
Furman economics professor Robert Arden explains how Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have energized their supporters.
Fontana was awarded one of only four EU fellowships. The political science and economics grad will travel to Scotland and Spain to study the EU's impact on regionalist political parties.
Brooks Buffington '13 talks about getting Yik Yak off the ground and discusses the challenges facing entrepreneurs.
The university awarded 598 undergraduate and master’s degrees and presented its top academic honors during graduation exercises Saturday, May 7. Approximately 7,100 people were in attendance.
Sixty-one students joined the nation’s oldest and most prestigious academic society during a special initiation ceremony this spring.
Chelsey Dawson ’17 grew up reading about Europe, but until last fall, she’d never left the United States. After hearing about Furman’s fall study away program in Brussels, Belgium, and the unparalleled opportunities fellow students had enjoyed, Dawson knew she had to apply. She found the trip to be just the challenge she was looking […]