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States with fewest coronavirus restrictions

Kelsey Hample
Kelsey Hample, Furman University Department of Economics

Kelsey Hample, Furman University Robert E. Hughes Assistant Professor of Economics, is part of a panel of experts interviewed for an article appearing on WalletHub. She addresses how to safely reopen economies due to COVID-19 closures, the consequences of reopening too early and best practices for protecting the population while businesses attempt to return to normal.

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Second Summer Business and Entrepreneurship Boot Camp graduates 42

The annual three-week camp is designed to give non-business majors the chance to master the foundations of business and the fundamentals of entrepreneurship.

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Justicia fights for COVID-19 protections for people who are incarcerated

Legal clinic gives students firsthand experience with law while keeping virus in check

Committed to First-Generation College Students

Furman University was elected to first cohort focused on advancing first-generation student success.

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Unfounded fear helps fuel police violence

Despite evidence that policing is relatively safe, social amplification increases police fear of being harmed by civilians