Fourteen Furman students from diverse backgrounds and majors graduate in the class of 2020.
Training for Warriors founder, also an internationally known coach and speaker, was a two-time track and field conference champion at Furman.
Dec. 21st promises to pack quite a show in the night sky, if clear skies prevail. Physics Professor and Department Chair David Moffett explains the "Christmas Star."
Professor John A. McArthur '02 and five students were honored by the Game Studies Division of the National Communication Association.
Morse, a health sciences major at Furman, is a program manager in the Accelerator and Business Development division of the Global Center for Medical Innovation in Atlanta.
The prestigious alumni-led grant program provides two rising fourth-year Furman students with the connections, means and support needed to obtain summer internships in New York City.
Erik Ortiz ’20 used resources available through the Malone Center for Career Engagement to find a ‘big win’ job in a difficult market.
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.