In her story about desegregation, Angelia Davis speaks to Furman alumna Pearlie Harris and taps research by History Professor Steve O'Neill '84.
Education professor Paul Thomas explains the gap is less about achievement and more about resources.
With the first month of 2020 nearly over, let's revisit the remarkable year that just wrapped up.
Teachers at Greenville’s Monarch Elementary and Spartanburg’s Fairforest Elementary receive awards.
Today is Joseph Vaughn Day, marking 55 years since Vaughn, Furman's first African American student, enrolled at the university.
Robert Anderson III '18 and his students at J.L. Mann Academy conduct authentic research with NASA astronomers.
Programs include a mobile sensory break room and learning about Burma's Chin ethnic group.
While most of the nearly 30 members of the fall class of 2019 will participate in formal commencement in 2020, a few availed themselves to a more intimate setting.
Erikah Haavie writes about how Furman helps prospective and new teachers navigate the often choppy waters of the education world.
A brief round-up of news from the education department includes Paul Thomas, Katie Kelly, Temi Bidjerano and two alumnae.