The grant awarded to Furman's Institute for the Advancement of Community Health addresses Greenville's senior adult population.
The Paladins' best round of the tournament wasn't enough propel them into match play
Campus & Community
McCrory, who comes to Furman from Kenyon College in Ohio, will join the university on July 1.
Since the program was launched in 1997, nearly 500 Greenville County students, including the newest class, have participated in Bridges to a Brighter Future.
A digital highlight from the latest issue of Furman Magazine
Furman and Greenville's home team celebrate a winning partnership
12:00 AM | Roe Art Building, Thompson Gallery
7:30 PM | Amphitheater
Former Governor of South Carolina and U.S. Secretary of Education Richard W, Riley '54 applauds the New Tech Network school model.
Travis Perry '92 established the Furman Cougar Project in 2008. Since then, over 30 Furman undergraduates have participated in the New Mexico program.
The 1954 Furman alum receives the Michelin Award for Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion.