Furman provost extols the benefits of a liberal arts education
Kelly Hildebrandt is first to receive a Postbaccalaureate Certificate in Accounting through the Undergraduate Evening Studies program.
CIO Jeff Diaz ’06 uses a data-driven approach to help SJWD get the most out of its tax millage and be good stewards of the basic need for water.
A business valuation expert with BDO Consulting and adjunct instructor at Tufts University in Boston, Alicia Amaral’s professional and educational journey included an unplanned stop at Furman University. The Undergraduate Evening Studies graduate was only one year away from earning her degree in economics from the University of Massachusetts when her husband’s job transfer brought her to Greenville.
Take one look at her resume and it’s clear, Peggy Batchelor defines versatility. She has seamlessly maneuvered between multiple roles throughout her career in both academia and in the corporate world. She taught as an adjunct instructor at Cal Poly and Cal State (LA) while working in the corporate world; taught full-time in the Furman […]
Seated in her office at the NEXT Innovation Center surrounded by white boards brimming with ideas and plans, Melissa Patterson reflects on her unexpected path to becoming the “queen of all trades” at Servosity, a NEXT ecosystem partner tenant. The first in her family to earn an undergraduate degree, she sometimes can’t believe how the […]