Fourteen Furman students from diverse backgrounds and majors graduate in the class of 2020.
In the wake of the Jan. 6 mob violence in Washington, D.C., President Davis wrote, "We must hold sacred and protect our democratic institutions and the sanctity of our vote and the electoral process."
Furman ranks No. 9 overall among baccalaureate institutions included in the AASHE publication.
Trees along the Furman Mall, between Daniel Chapel and the main entrance, will be replaced with longer-living species of oaks.
Dredging will remove tons of sediment from the lake bed in hopes of improving water quality and health of ecosystem.
Farm Director Bruce Adams and Associate Professor of Biology John Quinn contribute to Upstate Forever's latest publication.
Furman is the only university in S.C. and one of only five colleges in the U.S. to receive the honor this year.
The dying, decades-old trees lining Furman's iconic mall are in the process of being replaced by trees that can live up to four centuries.
The award recognizes excellence in high-performance design, environmental stewardship and community impact.