Students representing 38 states and 12 foreign countries earned a grade-point average of at least 3.4 during the spring semester.
Furman Engaged! celebrates the wide-ranging research, scholarship and creativity of Furman undergraduates.
Seven-four Furman students joined the school's chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious academic society.
The new degree program, which begins this summer, aims to narrow the gap between community health and the resources necessary to meet those needs.
The second annual Faculty Scholarship Reception showcased over 130 examples of scholarly and creative works by 70 faculty members.
University will partner with global analytics firm Gallup to study the impact of the university’s undergraduate experience and measure the effectiveness of The Furman Advantage.
Two Furman students and recipients of the James B. Duke Scholarship are profiled: Senior McKenna Luzynski '18 and freshman Max Dudley '21.
Arianna Shirk ’02 followed her calling to Africa, where she now serves as an emergency pediatric physician in AIC Kijabi Hospital's neonatal intensive care unit.
The Institute for the Advancement of Community Health (IACH) will allow students and faculty to be more strategically involved in the work of community organizations devoted to supporting healthier lifestyles.
The new strategic vision, which will transform the student experience, combines a liberal arts education with immersive experiences outside the classroom.