Jennings, who currently serves as associate dean of the Consortium for Social Transformation at the University of Texas at San Antonio, will begin his new duties at Furman July 10.Read more
Facilitator for Peacemaking and Mission Partnerships of the Presbyterian Church (USA) World Mission in Jerusalem, Taber will begin her duties July 31.
Math Professors Casey Hawthorne and John Harris took 64 students from three classes to share projects of their own making with children and teenagers in the community.
The Furman alum and former Prime Minister of Finland tells the graduates about his time at the university, how to say thank you in Finnish and what awaits them in the future.
Stories and Sentiments from five members of the Class of 2017
Nathaniel Cary of the News covers Furman's solar farm, which, as of this week, is officially supplying energy to campus.
A 1993 Furman graduate and the former Prime Minister of Finland, Stubb answers questions about his time at Furman, the future of the European Union and President Trump's first 100 days in office.
The university's enhanced career development hub will connect students to academic and professional networks customized for their majors and personal career interests.
The university is offering a new comprehensive online career resource suite that connects Furman alumni, parents, students, and friends.
The new $1.7 million solar facility, which was switched on last week, is now supplying electric power to the campus.