Biology and earth and environmental sciences professors study understory forage mixtures at farms in the Carolinas and Georgia.
Former Furman lab manager’s farm-to-table venture one of the magazine’s top picks.
Michael Luo quotes a study by Furman's Jim Guth citing "the prevalence of populist traits among white evangelicals..."
Ahead of the Trump impeachment vote, Rep. Gabbard tipped her hand during a town hall meeting held at Furman.
Most are familiar with the bright red Salvation Army kettles that pepper retail establishments during the holidays. The Parker family adds a bit of flair.
Business professor Robert Underwood comments on the economic impact of BMW's investment in the Upstate.
Making a successful shift from a textile-driven economy, Greenville now boasts the nation's sixth-highest rate of business creation.
Furman's effort to reckon with its historical ties to slavery is mentioned in the piece by a Civil War historian and history professors at Yale and North Carolina.
Wallace's Savannah College of Art and Design started with 71 students. SCAD is now home to 15,000 students on three continents.
Patterson, noted for improving Chastain Road Elementary's state report card, received her M.Ed from Furman.