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President Davis takes part in Chronicle of Higher Ed virtual panel

Elizabeth Davis
President Elizabeth Davis

Furman University President Elizabeth Davis participated in a Chronicle of Higher Education virtual panel discussion called “The Student Impact on the College Business Model.”  She was joined in the discussion by leaders from the University of South Florida and Morgan State University. In the video, associate editor Ian Wilhelm congratulates Furman and President Davis on the recent $25 million grant from The Duke Endowment to expand and enhance The Furman Advantage (read the news story here). Hundreds of higher education administrators from across the country tuned in for the webcast, which you can watch below.

 

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