Sociology students take their studies from the classroom to the courtroom.Read more
Furman students discuss refugee, immigration experiences with Holocaust survivor Trude Heller
Harvard Social Sciences Professor Matt Desmond's "Evicted" was just awarded the Pulitzer Prize for general nonfiction. He speaks Wednesday, April 19 at 7 p.m., Watkins Room.
The university held induction ceremonies earlier this spring for 66 students who were elected to the nation’s most prestigious academic society.
Vanessa Torres, a K-5 teacher at Nursery Road Elementary in Irmo, S.C., wins national award for her engaging approach to teaching Spanish.
Furman graduate Mallory Boyd '13 was on hand to help with a special meal at Project Host Soup Kitchen in downtown Greenville.
The importance of welcoming refugees was a key theme of “Refugee Crisis: Local and Global Responses,” a lecture series presented as part of Furman's Cultural Life Program.
Sociology professor Dr. Christian Smith speaks about religious truths and the limits of scientific authority Nov. 15.
Students work in government, interest groups, non-profits, and media organizations where they can rub elbows with Washington elite, all while earning course credit.
A diverse array of campus and off campus organizations collaborate to bring multiple perspectives to a hotly debated topic.