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Carolina Teacher Induction Program wins 2019 WhatWorksSC Award

CarolinaTIP helps recent graduates make the transition from college students to successful classroom teachers.

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Politics expert: Black voters look for electability

Proof of electability is important, as it was for Barack Obama in 2008.

Five ways to manage holiday stress

You can't eliminate holiday stress — but you can manage it. Here are tips from Cinnamon Stetler, associate professor and department chair of psychology.

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Rep. Gary Simrill and Nella Barkley to receive Wilkins Leadership Awards

The Riley Institute at Furman University’s David H. Wilkins Leadership Awards recognize outstanding legislative and civic leadership in the state.

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A digital highlight from the latest issue of Furman Magazine

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One State, One People.

As the Riley Institute turns 20, former governor and Secretary of Education Dick Riley isn’t resting.

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High road

Greenville’s United Ministries, under the leadership of Tony McDade '79, works tirelessly to help others help themselves.

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Around the Lake

Oct. 24th marked a national recognition of afterschool programs and their impact on students, families and communities. To show support of "Lights On Afterschool," an initiative of the Afterschool Alliance, many landmarks donned new colors. Furman University's bell tower was among them. (Photo by Sara Ellis Pearce)