Look back at the events that shaped Furman in 2018.
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.
The new graduate degree program is made possible through a collaboration with the Miami Ad School @ Portfolio Center in Atlanta.
Ellen Culbertson Abramo '00 and her cousin turn tragedy to healing in art exhibition honoring 58 slain in Las Vegas massacre.
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.
Furman alumna Kimberly Anderson '15 helps her third-grade class tie their dreams to a "wish tree."
The Convocation features opening plenary speaker Rich Lehrer of Brookwood School in Manchester, Massachusetts, and teachers from area school districts.
The second annual Faculty Scholarship Reception showcased over 130 examples of scholarly and creative works by 70 faculty members.
"Critical Media Literacy and Fake News in Post-Truth America" is co-edited by Thomas. The collection is published by Brill/Sense.