The university ranked No. 3 for “Most Politically Active Students” and No. 12 in the category of “Most Accessible Professors.”
Students from eight colleges and universities are represented, with majors ranging from biology to Romance languages.
The students, representing 41 states and nine foreign countries, earned a grade point average of at least 3.4 during the term.
Students receiving assistantships to teach overseas are Abby Harwell (Clinton, South Carolina), Bernie Chaney (Sunbury, Pennsylvania) and Yasmin Harrington (Cumming, Georgia).
Nearly 160 Furman students, faculty and staff agreed to spend a big part of their day not looking at their phones.
Today's annual daylong event is dedicated to highlighting the diverse and immersive learning experiences available through The Furman Advantage.
More than 80 awards were conferred upon students representing all disciplines from mathematics and natural sciences to the social sciences and the arts.
The psychology professor will use the grant to study how "offline" mental states affect long-term memory formation and retention.
Emilee O'Brien '17 and Communication Studies Professor Brandon Inabinet craft a spring break centered on social justice and service learning.
There are numerous reasons why students choose to attend Furman, and a new video expresses what makes the university such a special place.