Arianna Shirk ’02 followed her calling to Africa, where she now serves as an emergency pediatric physician in AIC Kijabi Hospital's neonatal intensive care unit.Read more
His solution to a freshman-year challenge set the trajectory of Maj. Gen. Chris Ballard's distinguished military career.
By pushing out of her comfort zone, Alice Williams ’15 found her calling and the courage to follow it.
In an unconventional classroom, Joy Owens ’14, director of the Historic Johnson Farm, teaches children about history and agriculture.
The Women’s Bakery, co-founded by Markey Culver ’08, trains and supports women in Rwanda and Tanzania to source local ingredients, bake and sell fortified breads,
Chris and Kelly's HOPE Foundation founded by alumnus Steve Grant fights substance abuse among Greenville's youth.
This weekend sixteen singers will perform at the 1,505-seat Lunt-Fontanne Theatre in New York City with Kristin Chenoweth in her one-woman show, My Love Letter to Broadway.
This weekend, one junior will be selected for a summer internship in New York City.
As sustainability program manager at Georgia State University, Jenni Asman ’11 is responsible for conceiving new sustainability initiatives for all five GSU campus locations.
Furman alumna Kylie Stackis ’14 heads up Trees Greenville, a nonprofit organization established to plant, promote and protect trees in Greenville County.