Biology major presented autism research done in Assistant Professor of Biology Linnea Freeman's lab.
Study by Andrew Hartley '20 and Ella Morton '20 concludes more four outfielders would result in fewer hits given up by major league teams.
Aconabolics LLC, launched by Trent Stubbs '20 and Professor of Chemistry Greg Springsteen, produces a molecule critical to an emerging cancer diagnostic technology.
The two have filed a patent, which would be the first owned by Furman, for the 'optical glucometer,' a device able to measure blood glucose by taking an infrared photo of the eye.
Panelists include Furman President Elizabeth Davis, Francie Heller, Sheryl Higgins, Shelby Dodson and Betsy Bloodworth '92.
The godson of former KKK leader David Duke will discuss his dramatic transformation and the threat posed by white nationalism.
Employees will be trained to be able to provide rapid medical care in the event of a life-threatening situation.
LaDavia Drummond Just '02 spoke about her journey from homelessness in high school to Fulbright Scholar to teaching second-year medical students in Uganda.
SGA President Jesse Tompkins ’20 hopes to use his voice to help people, improve transportation and empower the Executive Council.
Organized by the Furman Creative Collaborative student group, Innovation Hour awards a grant to winners to help their startups get off the ground.