LaDavia Drummond Just '02 spoke about her journey from homelessness in high school to Fulbright Scholar to teaching second-year medical students in Uganda.
Madison Hurst ’21 wrote grants to fund additional employees for the Soteria Community Development Corporation.
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.
The awards were presented March 31 by the Division of Student Life and Shucker Center for Leadership Development.
Katie Foster '17 works alongside high school guidance counselors as part of the Furman College Advising Corps.
Look back at the events that shaped Furman in 2018.
Two faculty members and five students participated in APEC's Voices of the Future, which took place in Papau New Guinea.
Our Senior Spotlights illuminate - from the lab to the links, the classroom to the stage, study away to activism - the unique journeys that lead to graduation.
Public Health major Natalie Tikhonovsky joins the over 250 students from 64 institutions of higher education in this year's UIF program.
Furman has received a $25,000 grant from the Triad Foundation to support the University's Shucker Center for Leadership Development.