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Research Report

Ansley Ulmer ’18 is going to Hawaii the week before graduation. But she’s not getting an early start on celebrating. Ulmer is traveling to present at the annual meeting of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology. She’ll be sharing her research on a treatment for uveal melanoma – or cancer formed in the […]

Pursuing justice

Furman internships motivate senior Mary Frances Dennis to study public interest law at the University of Georgia School of Law.

Creativity on Display

Artist in residence Hanna Vogel will present her work publicly three times during her stay at Furman. All presentations are in the Roe Art Building and are free and open to the public.

The Answer to Success

Senior Anne-Claire Pittman leans on the guidance of mentors to pursue her passions--and a job.

Truth and reconciliation

Nontombi Naomi Tutu spoke at Furman's Community Breakfast as part of the university's MLK celebration.

The bigger picture

Furman's public health major focuses on improving the health of a community, whether on a local scale or a national scale.

A synthesis of math and science

Furman seniors Zack Miller and Mary Lib Saine receive the Janet L. Andersen Award for Undergraduate Research in Mathematical or Computational Biology.

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.

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.