Students from 39 state and 12 foreign countries made the list last term.
Look back at the events that shaped Furman in 2018.
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.
The awards were presented Oct. 25 to Eleanor Mixon '20, Audrey Neumann ’15, and Ashley (Barr) Causey ’97 at the American History Book Club and Forum.
Burton, director of Furman's Child Development Center, was presented the award at the SCAEYC Annual Conference held in Columbia.
Furman's Riley Institute and Department of Education involved in the effort to gain insight into critical challenges in public education.
The collection, “Critical Media Literacy and Fake News in Post-Truth America,” is co-edited by Thomas and Christian Z. Goering at the University of Arkansas.
Ellen Culbertson Abramo '00 and her cousin turn tragedy to healing in art exhibition honoring 58 slain in Las Vegas massacre.
Furman Education Professor Paul Thomas is quoted in a Post and Courier story about more than 350 South Carolina third-graders who were held back because of reading deficiencies. “Three hundred and fifty-four students retained is still 354 too many,” Thomas said. “As long as we use tests as our primary or sometimes sole indicator on what […]
Education professor Katie Kelly and her team of 22 graduate candidates take aim at declining literacy and rising third grade retention rates in South Carolina.