Jackson presents “The Power of Diversity in the Global Workforce” in a CLP hosted by a wide range of campus organizations.
Manie Robinson wraps up his five-week role as Professional-in-Residence for the communication studies department.
The Malone Center orchestrates a trip to Research Triangle Park to give 11 students a closer look at career and graduate school opportunities. Fran Ligler '72 plays host.
Furman welcomed more than 600 guests to campus Nov. 10–12 for Family Weekend 2017. Festivities kicked off with a pre-game tailgate featuring a band and BBQ, followed by a Furman football win over The Citadel. During the weekend, families were able to learn more about engaged learning opportunities available to students such as study away […]
Registration is now open for the networking reception, which will bring together nearly 300 students, alumni, parents, faculty and employers.
The university's enhanced career development hub will connect students to academic and professional networks customized for their majors and personal career interests.
Payne brings 14 years of career counseling experience to her new role at Furman.
Employers are on the lookout for more than academic prowess and a high-powered degree. Furman's John Barker says soft, transferable skills cultivated by a liberal arts education are in high demand.
The new strategic vision, which will transform the student experience, combines a liberal arts education with immersive experiences outside the classroom.
Furman has once again been designated as a great place to work, according to the most recent survey by The Chronicle of Higher Education. Furman was one of 86 colleges that were recognized in the Chronicle’s eighth annual “Great Colleges to Work For” survey. The university also received special mention for excelling in the category of “Facilities, Workspace and Security.” Furman was listed in the small school enrollment category, which features institutions with 2,999 or fewer students.