Education professor Katie Stover co-authors new book about digital tools for K-6 literacy. "Technology can and should be used to open the classroom to the world ...," she says.Read more
In an op-ed, Dr. Paul Thomas writes that Charleston County in South Carolina is making a wise decision to reform discipline policies in the school district.
Bethel Elementary teacher Katie Saunders '09 says close relationships with staff, parents and members of the community are essential for being a successful educator.
Education professor Paul Thomas weighs in on the differences between public and private education in the U.S.
Furman alum discusses "Do Kindergarten Students Play Anymore?"
This year’s theme, “Education for Life: Working Together to Fulfill the Promise of Education,” brought together approximately 150 attendees each week.
Dr. Karl Alexander presents findings of landmark 25-year study of 800 Baltimore school children. Part two of series looks at success and failure in K-12 education.
Four Furman graduates will research or teach in the Netherlands, Germany, Taiwan and Laos through the State Department's Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
The Furman University Board of Trustees approved promotions and/or tenure for 14 faculty members and granted emeritus status to four professors who are retiring this summer.
Honorees are Dr. Steve O'Neill, professor of history; Carol Hagood, assistant director, Furman Center for Academic Success; and 2016 graduate Liza Veilleux.