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Professor and Chair of Computer Science Kevin Treu also teaches first-year writing seminars.

Kevin Treu, Furman University professor and chair of the computer science department, has a diverse set of readings for his classes, computer science and writing seminars alike. Not all of his picks come from a list of usual suspects – take C.S. Lewis, for example. Treu’s aim is to impart a spirit of creativity while fostering a broad perspective on subject areas. Read about his recommendations and teaching philosophy in an article appearing in Course Hero.

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Chemistry professor George Shields recognized for leadership in undergraduate research

Shields was named a fellow of the Council on Undergraduate Research.

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University to rededicate Furman Hall, unveil new plaque

The rededication is the latest action taken based on recommendations by the Task Force on Slavery and Justice.

When her community needs help, Blackwell ’23 is ready

Zoe Blackwell ’23 applies her work as an EMT to her interest in biology and a pre-med path.

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February is Black History Month

Furman University is celebrating Black History Month with events scheduled throughout the month of February.