History professor Courtney Tollison writes about the importance of engaged learning and how Furman has pushed its students to experience the world outside the classroom.Read more
Cindy Landrum of the Journal breaks down what it means to be ranked 50th in the nation for education. Furman Education professor Paul Thomas weighs in.
A study by professor Julian Reed is cited in a Wall Street Journal article about how geography might be affecting your workout schedule.
The Furman professor of Politics and International Affairs will speak on “The First 76 Days: A Look at the Trump Presidency” at the Upcountry History Museum-Furman.
Vinson goes back four decades to examine how members of Congress have increasingly embraced media relations as a way to influence national policymaking and politics.
On the eve of the 100th anniversary of America's entry into World War I, history professor Courtney Tollison will kick off the series with a talk about Greenville during the Great War.
Professors Brent Nelsen and Danielle Vinson say South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham’s role in Congress will become more important than ever during the Trump era.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission invited the business and accounting professor to discuss his mutual funds research at the March 10 summit in Washington, D.C.
Politics and International Affairs professor James Guth reveals the reasons for Trump's popularity among evangelicals.
Will President-elect Trump stay on script post inauguration? Trump supporters and two university professors weigh in, and Furman's Danielle Vinson gets the last word.