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Furman graduate David Trone ’77 talks about leadership and how Furman prepared him to oversee one of America's most successful companies.
The free March workshop is open to juniors and seniors, with seniors having the first opportunity to sign up for the 50 available seats.
The three-time All-SoCon tight end becomes the 11th Furman football player to receive the prestigious scholarship valued at $7,500.
Furman health sciences professor Julian Reed explains why children who are physically active during the school day also tend to learn better.
Furman students get a taste of teaching while sharing art at Legacy Charter School.
As part of its ongoing effort to partner with the Greenville community, the university is sponsoring one of the main entrances to the 15,000-seat, downtown facility.
Four students from Furman won Fulbright awards in 2016-17. This number places Furman among the top 35 bachelor’s institutions producing Fulbright winners.
By pushing out of her comfort zone, Alice Williams ’15 found her calling and the courage to follow it.
Philosophy professor Carmela Epright and psychology graduate Paige Harden will study the application of modern genomics as it relates to complex human behavior.