Angela Walker Franklin ’81 is the first female and first Black president in Des Moines University's history.
Associate Professor Katie Kelly and adjunct instructor Marie Havran M'12 pen pieces that were among the International Literacy Association's The Top 10 Most Read Literacy Now Blog Posts of 2020.
Also the first out priest of color to be ordained in the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, Jackson says she'll work to help "people who have been left behind."
Training for Warriors founder, also an internationally known coach and speaker, was a two-time track and field conference champion at Furman.
Hanson and her team of undergraduate researchers will help Bold Therapeutics shape clinical trials for a promising new anti-cancer drug.
“Carolina’s Golden Fields: Inland Rice Cultivation in the South Carolina Lowcountry, 1670-1860” explores the rise and fall of rice plantations in South Carolina.
Spanish major's bilingual soccer reporting is read by millions of people across the world and runs in Spain's largest newspaper.
Professor John A. McArthur '02 and five students were honored by the Game Studies Division of the National Communication Association.
Prowell is an assistant principal at Joseph Keels Elementary, the school she attended as a child in Columbia, South Carolina.
Niece's brain cancer battle inspires Furman professor Meghan Slining to enlist current and former students as well as researchers nationwide to help with "CoHeals."