Furman’s accessibility office coordinated efforts to create a 3D model of crucial material for a student who is visually impaired.
Pediatric cardiologist Jason Williams '09 addresses disparities in heart disease and by encouraging others to follow his path
Rudy Currence '02 has spent two weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard charts with a song that he says has extra resonance during the pandemic.
The story of Rawn Harbor '71, one of Furman's first Black students, is one of profound, irrepressible talent realized.
Furman announces the launch of the Bell Tower Society, Rose Garden Society and White Oaks Society.
Mary Seawell Metz ’58 has committed to endow the director position of the Faculty Development Center.
Meet this year's five Furman Fellows, who are chosen to receive scholarships from an endowed scholarship fund founded with a gift from Furman trustee emeritus Bob Buckman and Joyce Mollerup.
Emma Jones ’20 led the effort to place a memorial to lynching victim Henry White in Walker County, Georgia.
Niece's brain cancer battle inspires Furman professor Meghan Slining to enlist current and former students as well as researchers nationwide to help with "CoHeals."
While interning with Strategic Marketing International, Lainie Morris ’21 demonstrates the power of e-commerce.