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A Shared Journey

Furman President Elizabeth Davis announced 'The Furman Advantage' last week.

Last week, Furman announced its vision to transform the student experience and redefine a liberal arts and sciences education. The centerpiece of “The Furman Advantage” is the university’s new model of community-centered learning, which will put students to work on projects that have can have a real impact in the community, expanding their network of mentors and teaching them what works in the world. Furman President Elizabeth Davis wrote an op-ed for The Greenville News that talked about that new vision and how Greenville is essential to its success.

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