CarolinaTIP helps recent graduates make the transition from college students to successful classroom teachers.
The Riley Institute at Furman University’s David H. Wilkins Leadership Awards recognize outstanding legislative and civic leadership in the state.
Closer ties will result in more in-depth stories important to South Carolina.
Colleagues paid tribute to the Furman alumnus and former secretary of education, who shared stories from his career.
Two events highlighting the leadership and accomplishments of Richard W. Riley and the Riley Institute take place on Oct. 3.
The Dick and Tunky Riley WhatWorksSC Award celebrates promising education initiatives that are improving outcomes for South Carolina’s students.
Panelists include Furman President Elizabeth Davis, Francie Heller, Sheryl Higgins, Shelby Dodson and Betsy Bloodworth '92.
The godson of former KKK leader David Duke will discuss his dramatic transformation and the threat posed by white nationalism.
The White-Riley-Peterson Policy Fellowship is designed to equip graduates with a real-world understanding of policymaking for afterschool and expanded learning.
The series opens Aug. 29 with Harvard's Bart Bonikowski and retired Army Maj. Gen. Chris Ballard, a 1984 Furman alumnus. The series continues Sept. 5 and Sept. 12.