DLI participants examine sensitive issues related to diversity and inclusion, explore “blind spots” and discuss how to suspend assumptions.
Thirty-eight leaders from the Upstate and surrounding area have completed the Riley Institute at Furman’s Diversity Leaders Initiative (DLI).
Several organizations and individuals were recognized for promoting diversity and inclusion in the Upstate.
Eighteen rising high school seniors from across the state will participate in the leadership program this summer.
The politics and international affairs and philosophy graduate is among a select group of graduate students to receive the prestigious Harold W. Rosenthal Fellowship in International Relations.
Nora Fleming consults with Furman's Brooke Culclasure for an article about the benefits of the public Montessori model.
The White-Riley-Peterson Policy Fellowship equips graduates with a real-world understanding of the art and science of sound policy-making for afterschool and expanded learning.
Four Furman University alumni return to campus Tuesday, March 26, at 7 p.m. to tell their stories of leadership during potentially devastating crises.
Furman's Cathy Stevens and WRP Policy Fellow Eric Vanden Heuvel stress the importance of afterschool and summer programs.
The Hon. Richard W. Riley was recognized with the award at an Upstate fundraiser for the Boy Scouts of America.