Nine Furman students launch projects to advance U.N. goals such as zero hunger, climate action, good health and well-being and more.
The rankings reflect the value of a Furman education and the innovation with which it's delivered.
Research fills a void that could help public health professionals develop more effective messages.
Long-term goal is to create a program to monitor and track sports injuries to keep athletes safer.
President Elizabeth Davis encourages everyone to learn from someone who’s different from you and make the cause personal.
Students receive awards for scholarship, general culture, participation in college activities and high moral character; faculty receive awards for teaching, advising.
New grant brings the total direct support for The Furman Advantage from The Duke Endowment to $52.5 million.
Shaniece Criss, assistant professor of health sciences, will run national focus groups looking into racial disparities.
Academic Affairs announces the list of students making a GPA of 3.4 or higher during fall semester.
Depending on COVID-19 restrictions, the campus community will be invited to gather, masks on and physically distanced.