Furman and the United Way of Greenville partnered to look at housing, transportation and community well-being.
Nataley Williams ’21 created a Furman-area field guide for bikers, hikers, swimmers and paddlers.
The university ranked No. 3 for “Most Politically Active Students” and No. 12 in the category of “Most Accessible Professors.”
A local station airs a piece about Furman's sustainability science major and the solar farm whose grass is maintained by sheep, not mowers.
The students, representing 41 states and nine foreign countries, earned a grade point average of at least 3.4 during the term.
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.
Furman University is part of a partnership to increase health, opportunity and equity in the local community.
The report, “Hispanics in Greenville,” found that 90 percent of participants expect their children to be better off than they are.