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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.
Jedidiah Anderson, a visiting assistant professor, is teaching Furman’s first-ever Arabic class, focusing on Shami, the dialect spoken in Lebanon, Jordan, Syria and the Palestinian territories.
Furman Religion professor David Fink makes a case for sidestepping the law of the land.
CLP: "Refugees Past & Present" is hosted by the Refugee Task Force, Shucker Leadership Institute, and the Departments of Religion and English.
Furman religion professor Alfons Teipen offers background on the pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia's Mecca.
Gift to be used to establish an endowed scholarship for students who are interested in teaching or joining the ministry.
During their annual spring meeting on May 20, the trustees also heard that seven new members will join the board on July 1.
Furman alumnus Phillip “Tex” Stewart ’12 and students from Standing Rock High School traveled to Furman to share their views on the Dakota Access Pipeline.
History and Asian Studies graduate Phillip "Tex" Stewart '12 and four students present “Culture and Controversy: Standing Rock Youth and the Dakota Access Pipeline” April 20.