An NSF S-STEM grant funds a Furman program that smooths the transition from high school to college.
Furman is included in the 209 "Best Value" schools, earning a spot among the approximately 650 schools surveyed.
The two-year course, which has been in a pilot phase, will be required for all first- and second-year students starting in Fall 2022.
Alexandra Valdovinos '25 rose to the top of a field of 52 new venture ideas from Furman students to win the annual Paladin Pitch Competition.
Academic Affairs announces the list of students making a GPA of 3.4 or higher during fall semester.
Several Upstate news organizations pick up a story about Furman's partnership with VentureSouth to bolster early-stage entrepreneurial ventures.
The program, open to all majors, teaches students about early-stage venture investment, preparing them for careers in investing or to raise capital for their own ventures.
As an associate provost, Pontari helped launch The Furman Advantage. Her interim role begins July 1.
Kevin Pahl '15 and Maggie Grisell Pahl '16, owners of Greenville Christmas Trees, aim to keep Christmas spirit alive.
Regional and national news outlets pick up article that cites data from a multi-disciplinary Furman University/United Way study.