Shields was named a fellow of the Council on Undergraduate Research.
The rededication is the latest action taken based on recommendations by the Task Force on Slavery and Justice.
New program combines design thinking with liberal arts and sciences.
Furman ranked No. 9 for "Making an Impact".
Furman University will celebrate Jan. 29, the day Joseph Vaughn '68 became Furman's first African American student in 1966, annually.
Today is Joseph Vaughn Day, marking 55 years since Vaughn, Furman's first African American student, enrolled at the university.
Students, faculty and staff spread out across Greenville to help area organizations.
The advisory committee helps establish standards for accreditation.
Former Furman lab manager’s farm-to-table venture one of the magazine’s top picks.
Michael Luo quotes a study by Furman's Jim Guth citing "the prevalence of populist traits among white evangelicals..."