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A signature program

President Elizabeth Davis was among the speakers when the university unveiled The Furman Advantage in October of 2016.

The Furman Advantage is mentioned in a Chronicle of Higher Education article about colleges and universities that are creating “signature programs” to transform their students’ educational experiences. The article says the programs offer a “commitment to make sure that all students benefit equally from data-proven, high-impact learning experiences like first-year seminars and undergraduate research; intensive, personalized academic advising; and internships and other real-world, off-campus opportunities.”

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