Furman ranked No. 9 for "Making an Impact".
With the first month of 2020 nearly over, let's revisit the remarkable year that just wrapped up.
The classification follows a rigorous self-study undertaken by the university. Furman is one of 18 arts and sciences universities to receive the seal 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.
Greenville will benefit from two awards: the Culture of Health Prize from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the BUILD Health Challenge. Furman plays a role in both.
The Fellowship convenes, challenges, and celebrates student leadership for the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
The award recognizes excellence in high-performance design, environmental stewardship and community impact.
Trees along the Furman Mall will be replaced with longer-living species of oaks.
Tim Sorrells '82 has a common-sense approach to feeding SC's food insecure populations.
The Shi Center for Sustainability at Furman University offers tips to make Christmas more sustainable.