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Earlier this year, Sun Lee, a health sciences major from South Korea, learned about the United Nations College Leaders Program. The summer experience, now in its third year, was developed for Korean nationals and includes 28 students. The cohort is divided into six working groups that research and jointly author a paper on a U.N. […]
Health Sciences professors Shaniece Criss and Meghan Slining speak about LiveWell Greenville, which just received a major grant from The Duke Endowment.
Furman students spend three weeks studying media and culture in Ghana.
The award is part of a larger $20 million NSF grant that harnesses the collective research and expertise of 10 South Carolina universities.
People in six S.C. counties in rural Appalachia generally suffer from poorer health than other Americans. Furman Health Sciences professor Shaniece Criss explains why.
He lost an eye and a hand during a firefight in Afghanistan, but that didn't stop Lt. Col. Dwyer '98 from climbing the Army ranks--or playing catch with his son.
Sarah Mixon ’18 is working to share the benefits of Furman University Eating Lean with the community.
During their annual spring meeting on May 20, the trustees also heard that seven new members will join the board on July 1.
Stories and Sentiments from five members of the Class of 2017