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Stanford scholar-in-residence Jeffrey Ball speaks March 28

The Riley Institute hosts global energy expert and former Wall Street Journal editor Wednesday, March 28 at 7 p.m. in Younts Conference Center.

Best-selling author, essayist William Deresiewicz speaks April 4

Deresiewicz presents “College and the Inner Life” as part of Furman’s Tocqueville Series Wednesday, April 4 at 5 p.m. in Watkins Room.

Furman offers new master’s degree in community medicine

The new degree program, which begins this summer, aims to narrow the gap between community health and the resources necessary to meet those needs.

High Noon spring series begins March 28

Sociology professor Kyle Longest kicks off the series with a talk about how young adults are navigating the age-old tensions between science and religion.


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A Calling to Cambodia

The Housworths have dedicated their careers to improving medical care in the impoverished country

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Professor wins TR council seat

Furman Health Sciences professor Shaniece Criss wins a seat on the Travelers Rest city council following a special election.

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Three times an intern

Crawford B. Lewis '17 is living proof of the value of internships as part of a well-rounded college education.

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Around the Lake

Roberta Metsola, European Parliament Member for Malta, spoke to a politics and international affairs class during her visit to the Furman campus as a Fellow-in-Residence. Metsola, who was elected to the European Parliament in 2013 as one of Malta’s first female members, also gave a public lecture March 22 on “Politics in the Age of Populism.” (Photo by Jeremy Fleming)