Local lifestyle magazine profiles Furman trustee P. Edwin Good, Jr. '67 who earns the Lifetime of Charitable Giving Award from The Community Foundation of Greenville.Read more
English Literature grad Kathryn (Tison) Petralia '92 comes in at No. 98 as cofounder and COO of Kabbage, Inc., a company making waves in the male-dominated fintech sphere.
Finalists for the Dick and Tunky Riley WhatWorksSC Award for Excellence are featured on South Carolina Public TV's "Palmetto Scene."
Just in time for Family Weekend at Furman, Greenville gets rave reviews from a travel consultant for the AJC.
The pilot for the park-anywhere bike-share program on campus has shown widespread acceptance.
Danielle Lupton '08, a professor at Colgate University, says, "We keep ending up in this situation where we either idolize or demonize foreign leaders.”
Education professor Temi Bidjerano and a University of Albany professor team up in a community college study to find the proper balance.
Furman is listed among a group of liberal arts colleges that are helping students think more strategically about their career goals.
Former S.C. Governor Dick Riley says good things happen when families, schools and community partners work together.
Education professor Paul Thomas says high-stakes testing takes the focus off the real issues plaguing S.C.'s education system.