Students from 39 state and 12 foreign countries made the list last term.
Look back at the events that shaped Furman in 2018.
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.
The Furman Metropolitan Fellowship is an alumni-led grant program established in 2015 to create a bridge between Furman students and internship connections in New York City.
The Paladin Career Trek program gives students the opportunity to meet alumni mentors and explore a wide range of fields in New York City.
Kathryn Tison Petralia '92 is president of Kabbage, Inc. an Atlanta-based fintech company that caters to small and medium-sized businesses.
Inspiration for the paper came from a science fiction literature class taught by English Professor Michele Speitz.
Longtime Department of Chemistry lecturer Elizabeth Gordon works on a no-cost alternative to the traditional textbook.
Kate Dabbs ’09, Drew Dezen ’12, Nick Hollstegge ’07 and Monty Turner ’11 were honored by Greenville Business Magazine.
The Cothran Center for Vocational Reflection recognizes faculty and staff who exemplify vocational and reflection in their work