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 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.
Brinkley, a best-selling author and CNN Presidential Historian, will speak on the "“Highs and Lows of the American Presidency: Past, Present and Future.”
Inspiration for the paper came from a science fiction literature class taught by English Professor Michele Speitz.
History professor Courtney Tollison is interviewed about World War I’s Meuse-Argonne offensive, which involved more than a million American soldiers.
Furman alums Joe Waters ’05, Brandon Hinman ’03, and Grady Powell ’03 join forces for the greater good.
Furman alums launch Capita, a nonprofit that explores how cultural and social transformations of our day affect young children.
Furman alum and University of North Alabama history professor Ansley Quiros ’08 says it’s time for pastors to convert their flocks from politics to religion.