Fifteen Furman students traveled to India and Sri Lanka last fall for an immersive exploration of culture, health, education, and poverty.Read more
Sociology professor Dr. Christian Smith speaks about religious truths and the limits of scientific authority Nov. 15.
The new strategic vision, which will transform the student experience, combines a liberal arts education with immersive experiences outside the classroom.
Students from Furman's Bridges to a Brighter Future program wrote an op-ed about the necessity of working together to move onward and upward.
Professor Aaron Simmons talks with the media about the controversial RNC speech and what constitutes plagiarism in the classroom.
In an interview with a local TV station, professor Carmela Epright says it's common for mass shooters to tell someone about what they are planning to do.
Angel Cruz works with the University of El Salvador and local NGOs to show that peoples’ livelihoods depend on soil.
The Medicine Program provides students an opportunity to examine difficult moral questions through academic classes and unmatched undergraduate access to doctors, patients, and treatment facilities.
Furman philosophy professor Carmela Epright makes the argument that most mass shooters are not mentally ill.
Sixty-one students joined the nation’s oldest and most prestigious academic society during a special initiation ceremony this spring.