Student group's goal is to have at least 50% of Furman students cast a ballot in the 2020 election.
Anthony Herrera and Mary Sturgill host a live podcast series featuring alumni entrepreneurs who are meeting COVID challenges head-on.
Dr. Matthew W. Wilson's gift to benefit the Institute for the Advancement of Community Health is covered in several outlets.
Several of the 'best and brightest' have ties to Furman.
Evan Myers ’21 and Brent Nelsen, professor of politics and international affairs, host a new podcast examining the changes on campuses around the country.
Students in Furman’s community engaged medicine master’s program get real-life experience as they help monitor and contain any COVID-19 cases on campus.
Brandon Busteed says there's a formula for success in higher ed, but it’s happening for too few students. He gives a nod to Furman's value proposition.
This year, Furman again made “The Best Colleges" list and moved up in several categories ranked by The Princeton Review.
Furman welcomes students back to campus in phases after months of planning to ensure a safe return.
From cancer to in-hospital falls, Brittany Austin '21 has worked on a variety of research topics through the SPURS summer research program.