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An essential to understanding

Jedidiah Anderson, a visiting assistant professor, is teaching Furman’s first-ever Arabic class, focusing on Shami, the dialect spoken in Lebanon, Jordan, Syria and the Palestinian territories.

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Shaping the future of solar

Alexis Myers ’18 and Noah Vieira ’19 traveled to Oxford this July to share their research with experts in the field of photochemistry.

A FUEL fit for every body

Sarah Mixon ’18 is working to share the benefits of Furman University Eating Lean with the community.

May X takes the field

May Experience students go behind the scenes to learn the history and business of baseball.

Team of believers

When her opportunity for a coveted pediatric oncology internship seemed to be slipping away, Madison Ritter's Furman mentors went to bat

Partners for a healthier Greenville

The South Carolina Medical Legal Partnership connects Furman University, the Greenville Health System and South Carolina Legal Services in efforts to improve health outcomes in Greenville.

Ready for the world

By pushing out of her comfort zone, Alice Williams ’15 found her calling and the courage to follow it.

An Enterprise Built with Bread

The Women’s Bakery, co-founded by Markey Culver ’08, trains and supports women in Rwanda and Tanzania to source local ingredients, bake and sell fortified breads,

Words for Life

Col. Eric Schwartz, a 30 year Army veteran and commander for the armored assault on Baghdad, spoke at Furman Monday.