Furman alum and NPR Lead Digital Political Reporter Jessica Taylor '07 will speak at the university's High Noon lecture series Wednesday, April 12.Read more
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.
Furman alum and Hall of Fame golfer Betsy King '77 gives both her time and money to bringing fresh water to Africa.
A study by professor Julian Reed is cited in a Wall Street Journal article about how geography might be affecting your workout schedule.
The Furman professor of Politics and International Affairs will speak on “The First 76 Days: A Look at the Trump Presidency” at the Upcountry History Museum-Furman.
Historian and former Furman president David Shi will provide an overview of the vexing and volatile history of race in the American experience.
The South Carolina Medical Legal Partnership connects Furman University, the Greenville Health System and South Carolina Legal Services in efforts to improve health outcomes in Greenville.
Emily Wirzba '13 lobbies to achieve bipartisan recognition of climate change through her role with D.C.-based Friends Committee on National Legislation.
A group of Furman professors will discuss "Morality and Ethics in Times of Uncertainty" in two different sessions on and off campus.
On the eve of the 100th anniversary of America's entry into World War I, history professor Courtney Tollison will kick off the series with a talk about Greenville during the Great War.