Earlier this year, Sun Lee, a health sciences major from South Korea, learned about the United Nations College Leaders Program. The summer experience, now in its third year, was developed for Korean nationals and includes 28 students. The cohort is divided into six working groups that research and jointly author a paper on a U.N. […]Read more
Outdated Furman books make their way to Malawi
Martin ’00 and his family move to Africa to treat children diagnosed with cancer
More than 14,000 people turned out for Furman’s eclipse-viewing event, and nobody went home disappointed.
For Furman interns and BlueCross employees, learning is a two-way street
Seven years ago, Furman University first partnered with the United Way of Greenville County to provide elementary and middle school students with supplies to begin the school year. Since that time, the university community has supported 770 students through the United Way’s School Tools program. That’s about the size of Furman’s incoming freshman class. This […]
This May, Furman lost an impressive cadre of players due to graduation. In fact, they were probably the best senior class ever. Adam Miller, Patrick Musau, Jacob Milchuck, Adrian Marcoliese, Jeff Tongue and Ryan Conlogue anchored the Furman team, leading the Paladins to a Division 2 national championship game. With such a great group gone, […]
Five incoming Furman freshman receive simultaneous admission to Greenville medical school
Judy Bainbridge, a former Furman English professor and local historian, has written a brief history of the Furman Bell Tower.
Furman Political Science Professor Brent Nelsen opines on President Trump's meeting with Eurpean leaders