Bootie Cothran knows what it’s like to be a superfan. But he’s still getting used to having his own as a contestant on NBC’s “American Ninja Warrior.”
Political science alum Emily Farris '06 coauthors an article about how immigrants are typically portrayed in the media.
Furman psychology professor Adam Putnam is first author of a new study that looks at how Americans perceive their state's contributions to American history.
The grant from the Osher Foundation supports nontraditional adult learners looking to complete or supplement their education without interrupting their careers.
In an interview, Gallup executive Brandon Busteed talks about the important student research being conducted at Furman.
English professor Melinda Menzer became active in Holocaust education after traveling to Lithuania to see where her family fell victim to Nazi war crimes during World War II.
Cindy Landrum of the Journal picks up Furman's news about its effort to quickly respond to life-threatening allergic episodes.
Jonathan Handy, an assistant professor of business and accounting at Furman, speaks with WalletHub about balance transfer credit cards and how to avoid the mistakes that can happen when using them.
Furman Education Professor Paul Thomas is quoted in The Post and Courier in an article headlined “Up to 4,000 SC third-graders could be held back for failing reading test.”
An annual luncheon hosted by Furman’s chemistry department helps its students make connections with companies who might be hiring them.