The new VentureSouth Furman Angel Network is a partnership between Furman Innovation and Entrepreneurship and VentureSouth.
Professor of English Gregg Hecimovich joins other scholars in contributing to "To Make Their Own Way in the World: The Enduring Legacy of the Zealy Daguerreotypes.”
New biomedical research awards put Furman students and faculty on the leading edge of work that ripples far beyond its campus.
Studio art and communication studies major Tyson '22 knows how to shoot (photographs) and handle a sports car.
Anthony Herrera and Mary Sturgill host a live podcast series featuring alumni entrepreneurs who are meeting COVID challenges head-on.
Access to health care has been a historic struggle for people of color, the underserved and the uninsured.
Evan Myers ’21 and Brent Nelsen, professor of politics and international affairs, host a new podcast examining the changes on campuses around the country.
The fellowship convenes, challenges and celebrates student leadership that advances the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals on campuses worldwide.
Courtney Tollison is involved in local and national efforts to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment.
From cancer to in-hospital falls, Brittany Austin '21 has worked on a variety of research topics through the SPURS summer research program.