As sustainability program manager at Georgia State University, Jenni Asman ’11 is responsible for conceiving new sustainability initiatives for all five GSU campus locations.Read more
“This national recognition is a real testament to the breadth, depth, and successes of Furman’s sustainability programs and achievements." -- Wes Dripps
Furman makes yet another "green" list based on data from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.
The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education recognizes Furman's home weatherization program.
The $1.7 million project that will significantly reduce the university’s energy costs and bring its solar power production to the maximum allowed under state law.
Furman’s Community Conservation Corps celebrates a significant milestone when the organization weatherizes its 100th home.
Furman assembles an interdisciplinary team that will examine the needs of communities that feed into Berea High School and Carolina High School.
Furman alumna Kylie Stackis ’14 heads up Trees Greenville, a nonprofit organization established to plant, promote and protect trees in Greenville County.
John Quinn, Brannon Andersen and Courtney Quinn aim to provide research to help local farms get more out of land and livestock.
Freshmen in Furman's ECOS program help local nonprofits identify opportunities to improve energy efficiency and use savings to further their mission.