Shields was named a fellow of the Council on Undergraduate Research.
Furman ranked No. 9 for "Making an Impact".
The annual celebration of Furman's first African American student was filled with emotion, appreciation and hope for the future.
Students, faculty and staff spread out across Greenville to help area organizations.
The advisory committee helps establish standards for accreditation.
Restorative justice advocate Davis headlines the event, which takes place Friday, Jan. 17, in Younts Conference Center.
Wyche walked onto Furman's football team and went on to lead two NFL teams.
Trees along the Furman Mall will be replaced with longer-living species of oaks.
The Furman family celebrated this year’s Giving Tuesday with a record number of dollars raised during the event.
Early concepts show the Joseph Vaughn statue and place of reflection and celebration being placed in front of the library, as pictured in an iconic photo.