Biology, chemistry and neuroscience students win best poster in three of six categories.
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.
Computer science professor Kevin Treu steers students to unexpected tomes for honing critical thinking skills.
The advisory committee helps establish standards for accreditation.
Heidi Bostic, visiting associate provost for special projects at Furman, writes about an all-encompassing education that looks beyond vocation.
Steinour receives a "Judge's Choice Award" in a competition sponsored by AcumenIT and the publisher of Greenville Business Magazine.
Baumgardner's art is on display at the James B. Duke Library. The exhibition officially opens Dec. 6 with a reception at 6 p.m. in the Special Collections gallery.
Chemist George Shields is the 11th faculty member at Furman to become a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Aconabolics LLC, launched by Trent Stubbs '20 and Professor of Chemistry Greg Springsteen, produces a molecule critical to an emerging cancer diagnostic technology.
Maria Bartlett '18 and Spanish Professor Ron Friis translate a book of 40 poems by Alberto Blanco.