Furman staff from all corners of campus are stepping up to create connections and support learning during the pandemic.
Furman's Task Force on Slavery and Justice is mentioned in a piece about how universities are reckoning with their historical ties to slavery.
"Challenges of Recruiting and Retaining Diverse Teachers" was funded by a Diversity and Inclusion mini-grant.
His idea for "Spectrum Tiny Homes" edged out five other competing teams in Paladin Pitch, the university's first annual pitch competition.
The inaugural Joseph Vaughn Day was celebrated Jan. 29 to honor the university's first African American student.
UPDATE: Today’s Furman Hall rededication and plaque unveiling ceremony has been postponed due to inclement weather.
One of the university's first two African American faculty members has been teaching French at Furman since 1983.
With the first month of 2020 nearly over, let's revisit the remarkable year that just wrapped up.
Hundreds gathered for the inaugural Joseph Vaughn Day celebration. Local CBS and FOX affiliates cover the story.
The annual celebration of Furman's first African American student was filled with emotion, appreciation and hope for the future.