Neuroscientist Erin Wamsley offers her thoughts on a new study about lucid dreaming.
President Elizabeth Davis encourages everyone to learn from someone who’s different from you and make the cause personal.
Forty-eight students participated in a sleep study to help determine how and why we dream.
Messick, a 1990 psychology graduate, is 'loving Greenville women back to life.'
Random doses of nonsense can help computers make sense of the world. Maybe something similar is happening when we dream. Furman's Erin Wamsley gives her insights.
Board also grants emeritus status to a number of retiring faculty members.
Students receive awards for scholarship, general culture, participation in college activities and high moral character; faculty receive awards for teaching, advising.
The college access and success program welcomed its first class in 1997 through a gift from philanthropist Mamie Jolley Bruce.
Erin Wamsley's research on dreaming and how it impacts the ability to perform tasks is featured in the mini radio program.
Anna B. Mitchell unpacks the real import of The Furman Advantage. She highlights Charlie Lott '21, who is majoring in economics and sustainability sciences.