Lauren Cooley ’14 was a political activist when she was a student at Furman, and that is still true today.Read more
Cindy Landrum of the Journal breaks down what it means to be ranked 50th in the nation for education. Furman Education professor Paul Thomas weighs in.
The 2004 Furman Psychology graduate is executive director of Speaking Down Barriers in Spartanburg, S.C.
Furman alum Jonathan Butcher '00 writes an article about school choice and education savings plan in Arizona.
Furman and the Southern Conference will once again serve as hosts for the first and second rounds of the tournament that will take place at Bon Secours Arena March 18 and 20, 2022.
Ten prominent Furman alumni tackled complex issues at the two-day symposium, "Safe and Free: Civil Liberties and the Fight for National Security."
Education professor Paul Thomas says Charleston County School District's plan to hold teachers accountable for test scores is suspect.
The new program will place full-time college advisers in the seven high schools in Lancaster and Chester counties to help students navigate the often complex process of applying to college.
Furman alum and NPR Lead Digital Political Reporter Jessica Taylor '07 will speak at the university's High Noon lecture series Wednesday, April 12.
After earning a master's degree at Harvard, alum Ben Saul '13 is back in Greenville working with middle school students who have fallen behind in math.