Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy has applications from drug development to renewable energy.
Nataley Williams ’21 created a Furman-area field guide for bikers, hikers, swimmers and paddlers.
The series opens Aug. 29 with Harvard's Bart Bonikowski and retired Army Maj. Gen. Chris Ballard, a 1984 Furman alumnus. The series continues Sept. 5 and Sept. 12.
History professor Erik Ching will serve as speaker and approximately 45 students will receive undergraduate and graduate degrees.
The English literature and art history double-major presented her work at prestigious conferences on literature and the environment and Romanticism.
The university ranked No. 3 for “Most Politically Active Students” and No. 12 in the category of “Most Accessible Professors.”
Donnelly has worked at Villanova since 2005 and most recently served as senior associate athletics director and executive director of athletics development.
The Class of 1933 alumnus was known for his dedication to his family, ministry, friends and community. He died at the age of 105.
Shields, who is also a member of the chemistry faculty, will use the three-year grant to support his research efforts in computational chemistry.
The three-week course, designed by Furman's Office for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, was tailored for non-business majors.