Students from 39 state and 12 foreign countries made the list last term.
Look back at the events that shaped Furman in 2018.
Adaptability, perseverance and learning to deal with adversity--keys to success for Dr. Biggers.
Sixteen faculty members will travel to China and study the country's environment thanks to a grant awarded in 2016 by the Henry Luce Foundation.
Furman University students, faculty, trustees and partners continue to receive honors and make news throughout the academic world and beyond. Read on to learn recent accomplishments.
Chronic wasting disease isn’t just bad for the animals it infects, it can also affect the very ecosystems on which the animals depend. CWD disease is a contagious, neurological illness affecting deer, elk, and moose populations throughout North America, according to a report in Greenville Journal. While South Carolina wildlife populations have been spared, state Department […]
Chemistry professor Karen Buchmueller knows her way around the NSF grant process. She's three for three in the last 12 months.
The chemistry and biology departments as well as researchers and educators outside of Furman will benefit from the new technology.
Incoming freshman Abigail Smith aims to help people struggling with food insecurity. The Rotary Club rewards her work with a scholarship.
South Carolina IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence awards grants to biology professors Adi Dubash, Linnea Freeman and Alison Roark.