Furman's 10th president is honored for making major strides toward sustainability in higher education.
Furman's 10th president and longtime sustainability champion is awarded AASHE's highest honor.
Regional and national news outlets pick up article that cites data from a multi-disciplinary Furman University/United Way study.
About two dozen professionals across diverse sectors participate in sustainability leadership program.
"Achieving a STARS gold rating means that sustainability is intertwined in everything we do at Furman." -- Laura Bain
Geoffrey Habron says the grant opens up five years of research opportunities for students and forges partnerships across communities and institutions.
Nine Furman students launch projects to advance U.N. goals such as zero hunger, climate action, good health and well-being and more.
The rankings reflect the value of a Furman education and the innovation with which it's delivered.
The school’s sustainability efforts have ranked it among the top baccalaureate schools in the country.
Furman Department of Theatre Arts brings to the stage a musical, two plays and a New Works Festival.