Furman staff from all corners of campus are stepping up to create connections and support learning during the pandemic.
An Office of Academic Affairs leadership team shepherded the transition to remote learning.
The Malone Center for Career Engagement and Furman Graduate Studies offer a variety of options and resources for those whose plans have been affected by COVID-19.
Zoe Blackwell ’23 applies her work as an EMT to her interest in biology and a pre-med path.
One of the university's first two African American faculty members has been teaching French at Furman since 1983.
Students pushed their creativity to the limit during the Sleep When You’re Dead 24-Hour Brand Design Marathon and Pitch event.
Six student teams will square off Saturday, Feb. 22, for up to $10,000 prize money for the best venture. The event is open to the public.
Today is Joseph Vaughn Day, marking 55 years since Vaughn, Furman's first African American student, enrolled at the university.
Civil rights attorney and restorative justice advocate was keynote speaker at event launching Furman's celebration of the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
Several activities on campus pay homage to the civil rights icon.