Beginning in January, seniors will be offered a free, six-part “Personal Financial Literacy” workshop that will give them the tools to navigate the financial landscape they’ll encounter after graduation.Read more
In an unconventional classroom, Joy Owens ’14, director of the Historic Johnson Farm, teaches children about history and agriculture.
This family of Furman alumni has established a tradition of teaching excellence.
2106 graduates Ashley McCollum and Rachael Weisinger are this year's winners of the Childers Education Foundation Teaching Excellence Award.
Vanessa Torres, a K-5 teacher at Nursery Road Elementary in Irmo, S.C., wins national award for her engaging approach to teaching Spanish.
The annual National Council of Teachers of English conference was held November 17-20 in Atlanta.
Crystal Brockington was chosen from a field of 14 finalists to receive the 2017 Furman Metropolitan Fellowship.
This weekend, one junior will be selected for a summer internship in New York City.
Second generation Furman cadet Anthony Marino spent the summer in Albania serving in the Army's CULP program.
Students work in government, interest groups, non-profits, and media organizations where they can rub elbows with Washington elite, all while earning course credit.