Public Health major Natalie Tikhonovsky joins the over 250 students from 64 institutions of higher education in this year's UIF program.Read more
Speakers from the Furman community and invited guests question key assumptions about climate change, criminal justice, health care, religion and addiction.
Furman and the Center for Inclusive Communities announce a slate of talks, music, films and more in recognition of Black History Month.
Shi Center for Sustainability executive director Weston Dripps speaks about the success of Spin bikes on campus.
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 '73 plays host.
Naomi Tutu, daughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, presents talk about healing the wounds of racism Jan. 12
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 […]
The pilot for the park-anywhere bike-share program on campus has shown widespread acceptance.
Professor Akan Malici and student Muhammad Shafqut help open dialog about Muslims and Islam.
CLP: "Refugees Past & Present" is hosted by the Refugee Task Force, Shucker Leadership Institute, and the Departments of Religion and English.