Students in Furman’s community engaged medicine master’s program get real-life experience as they help monitor and contain any COVID-19 cases on campus.
Allie Beth Stuckey ’14, the student commencement speaker for her class, proposes freedom from the pursuit of being everything.
Future Frogmen, founded by Richard Hyman ’77, educates and advocates for ocean conservation; Makenna Christensen ’21 joined the work as a 2020 summer intern.
Suresh Muthukrishnan and Andrew Freeland ’21 are using drone photography to collect data that will help Greenbrier Farms improve its grazing spaces.
Four students served as Furman’s 2019-20 Interfaith Scholars, preparing them to lead interfaith conversations on campus and in their communities.
Kenia Flores ’20 interned twice for a U.S. senator. Those experiences and other internships confirmed what she’s long suspected: Her future is in D.C.
Two researchers are unpacking 35 cubic feet of history about Greenville and its former mayor.
Students offered ideas and engaged with the community through The Farm Theater.
The report, “Hispanics in Greenville,” found that 90 percent of participants expect their children to be better off than they are.
Nomonde Gila ’19, who is South African, sought to inform Americans about the millions of young African women without access to education.