The 743-kW solar farm, which is located on about six acres near the main campus entrance along Poinsett Highway, is the largest solar installation on a college campus in South Carolina.Read more
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.
Celia Castellano weighs in on her experience as Furman’s first Bon Appétit Sustainability Foods Fellow.
The Shi Center completes its annual campus Greenhouse Gas Inventory
Shi Center selected as one of 13 national Centers for Sustainability Across the Curriculum by The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.
Students and faculty teamed up with Trees Greenville and Furman grounds keepers to plant 11 Japanese mountain cherry trees.
In an unconventional classroom, Joy Owens ’14, director of the Historic Johnson Farm, teaches children about history and agriculture.
The gift from David E. Shi and his wife, Angela Halfacre Shi, will provide additional financial support for students actively involved in the work of the David E. Shi Center for Sustainability.
Furman has been the proud recipient of several recent awards for the institution’s sustainable practices.
Just how green is Furman University? Andrew Moore of Community Journals counts the ways.