Jamie A. Lanier Jr. ’79 and Mary Anne Anderson Lanier ’79 have made a $1 million planned giving commitment to Furman, adding to their previous generosity.
The 13th annual Furman Engaged is almost upon us! Here is what to know to make the most of this exciting event.
Teaching and coaching aren't the typical career paths for communication studies grads, but Sammy Clough '20 gladly welcomes both challenges.
Anna B. Mitchell unpacks the real import of The Furman Advantage. She highlights Charlie Lott '21, who is majoring in economics and sustainability sciences.
New grant brings the total direct support for The Furman Advantage from The Duke Endowment to $52.5 million.
Educational studies major Elizabeth Palmer '21 comes up with some pretty creative strategies for Make-A-Wish, which grants wishes to kids who face life-threatening illnesses.
The reasons people give are as varied as the people giving, but all give to impact students now and well into the future.
Three alumni explain how the Fulbright Program, the largest and most diverse international educational exchange program, shaped their lives.
Doug Meyer-Cuno '85 has tips for leaders suffering from the disease of micromanaging.
The Luce Scholars Program is a fellowship program launched by the Henry Luce Foundation to bolster the understanding of Asia among potential leaders in America.