History and Asian Studies graduate Phillip "Tex" Stewart '12 and four students present “Culture and Controversy: Standing Rock Youth and the Dakota Access Pipeline” April 20.Read more
Ron Daise discusses Gullah Geechee culture as part of Furman's celebration of Black History Month.
Silver brings more than a decade of experience in higher education and nonprofit management to her new post.
A campus rally displayed support for members of the Furman community who might be affected by the recent executive order barring Muslims and refugees from seven countries.
Mere Christianity hosts Rev. Barber and Rev. Wilson-Hartgrove who hold a community organizing workshop. Barber delivers CLP "The Third Reconstruction."
February is Black History Month and Furman offers an array of lectures, music, films and other events in celebration.
Forty-five participants from the Upstate and surrounding areas will begin the Riley Institute's Diversity Leaders Initiative (DLI) this spring.
More than 300 students worked in the community Monday as part of the university's MLK Day of Service.
Furman’s Student Diversity Council presents a panel discussion with 11 student leaders representing a variety of underrepresented racial, religious, cultural, gender, and sexual identities.
DLI participants gain deep knowledge of how to effectively manage and lead increasingly diverse workers, clients and constituents.