Vanessa Torres, a K-5 teacher at Nursery Road Elementary in Irmo, S.C., wins national award for her engaging approach to teaching Spanish.Read more
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.
The new strategic vision, which will transform the student experience, combines a liberal arts education with immersive experiences outside the classroom.
The volume is designed to help policymakers, school administrators and teachers in their efforts to close academic achievement gaps and improve outcomes for all students.
Furman assembles an interdisciplinary team that will examine the needs of communities that feed into Berea High School and Carolina High School.
In the May Experience course Sociology of Food Systems, students examined how class, race, and geography influence food choices.