Look back at the events that shaped Furman in 2018.
Sixteen faculty members will travel to China and study the country's environment thanks to a grant awarded in 2016 by the Henry Luce Foundation.
As you may recall, Furman has a long-range plan for replacing aging trees on campus that were planted more than 50 years ago when the university moved from downtown to its present location. These tree
The pups at the Greenville Humane Society have some new toys to fetch thanks to Furman tennis player, Danni Vines.
Tree Campus USA is a national program created to honor colleges and universities for effective campus forest management and for engaging staff and students in conservation goals.
The centerpiece of the concert is the world premiere of Matthew Burtner's work commissioned by the Percussion Ensemble and the Shi Center for Sustainability.
Furman’s Community Conservation Corps recently teamed up with Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County and Rebuild Upstate, yielding big benefits for a local homeowner.
Furman achieved a ranking of 45 this year among the more than 250 colleges that participated in Sierra Club's Cool Schools survey.
The Fellowship convenes, challenges and celebrates student leadership that advances the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals on campuses worldwide.
The university was ranked No. 7 among baccalaureate institutions, and is one of only two schools in the Southeast to earn a perfect score in the research category.