An enthusiastic supporter of Furman CC/T&F, Chris Borch ’78 learned early on how to start from humble beginnings and dream big.
Furman alums launch Capita, a nonprofit that explores how cultural and social transformations of our day affect young children.
Furman welcomed the class of 2022 and heard from Judge Keith B. Johnson '05 during opening convocation Aug. 27.
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.
The university is the top-rated school in South Carolina and ranked among the top 20 percent of the nation’s best colleges and universities.
The chemistry and biology departments as well as researchers and educators outside of Furman will benefit from the new technology.
Awarded to only eight faculty members nationally, the honor carries an unrestricted research grant of $60,000.
David Bost, professor emeritus of modern languages and literatures at Furman, delivered the summer commencement speech Aug. 11.
CIO David Steinour describes hurdles and opportunities related to streamlining 100+ disparate enterprise software systems on campus.