Freshmen in Furman's ECOS program help local nonprofits identify opportunities to improve energy efficiency and use savings to further their mission.Read more
In the May Experience course Sociology of Food Systems, students examined how class, race, and geography influence food choices.
The aim of the $135K grant is to provide data that increase economic stability of farmers while enhancing environmental quality within farmland and beyond.
Angel Cruz works with the University of El Salvador and local NGOs to show that peoples’ livelihoods depend on soil.
The Luce Initiative on Asian Studies and the Environment grant will allow the university to host four new innovative study away and international exchange programs starting in July.
Grant from Duke Energy Water Resources Fund will enhance water quality and biodiversity at Swan Lake. Adding floating marsh islands and dredging tributary mouth are some goals of the project.
Furman Earth and Environmental Sciences professor Weston Dripps talks about his new duties as director of the university's academic hub for sustainability efforts.
Digital collection is inspired by class taught by English professor Dr. Speitz and Project Hieroglyph.
Furman class offers an inside look at the world of zookeeping.
Business View Magazine spoke with Shi Center director Dr. Angela Halfacre about the ways Furman walks the sustainability talk.