SGA President Jesse Tompkins ’20 hopes to use his voice to help people, improve transportation and empower the Executive Council.
Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy has applications from drug development to renewable energy.
Furman's Bridges to a Brighter Future has served 500 Greenville County students since the program launched in 1997.
Nataley Williams ’21 created a Furman-area field guide for bikers, hikers, swimmers and paddlers.
The White-Riley-Peterson Policy Fellowship is designed to equip graduates with a real-world understanding of policymaking for afterschool and expanded learning.
The Department of Theatre Arts presents a musical and three plays for the 2019-20 season, which opens with the musical "Pippin" Oct. 16. Tickets: $12-$20.
Originally bound for veterinary medicine, Stuart has discovered her real passion lies in conservation through her trips to South Africa.
National magazine ranks top colleges and universities in the South according to academics and outcomes. Furman makes the grade.
The class of 2023 arrives on campus Aug. 23, and classes begin Aug. 27. Opening convocation takes place Monday, Aug. 26.
Organized by the Furman Creative Collaborative student group, Innovation Hour awards a grant to winners to help their startups get off the ground.