Politics and International Affairs professor James Guth reveals the reasons for Trump's popularity among evangelicals.Read more
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.
Furman professors Jim Guth and Brent Nelsen discuss why religion is still an important issue in Europe.
Furman business professor Tom Smythe talks about what a Trump presidency might mean for the economy.
Professor Julian Reed's research has shown that physically active and physically fit children have greater academic performance, academic achievement and enhanced cognition.
Professors Brent Nelsen and Tom Smythe write that international trade is good for the U.S. economy and the Upstate.
The Furman political science professor spoke at the High Noon lecture series just hours after Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in the presidential race.
Professor Danielle Vinson is quoted in a story about what the winner of Tuesday's election faces when it comes time to lead the country.
Furman political science professor Jim Guth will examine the results of the election and put things into perspective when he speaks at the High Noon lecture series Wednesday, Nov. 9.
Two South Carolina Congressman and their challengers were invited to campus this week for a civil and substantive conversation about politics.