Politics and International Affairs Professor Buket Oztas captures an image from her hometown of Izmir, Turkey.
Congratulations to the recipients of 18 awards presented in a university-wide recognition event.
It’s safer to be unique. And Patrick Musau ’17 can help. His mission is to frustrate hackers, as more of our lives – our health care, our elections, even our doorbells – invite invasion. Read more in the spring issue of Furman magazine.
Evan Meyers '21 says woke models for forming politicized relationships undervalue the transformative power of true friendships.
Social distancing and safety guidelines will remain in place, but the ceremonies will be livestreamed.
An escape room format challenges faculty and staff to sharpen their teaching techniques and strategies.
Furman University students, alumni, parents and friends will kick off this year's Dins Day, a 24-hour celebration of Paladin pride and philanthropy, on Tuesday, April 27.
Seniors who received awards were honored across three award ceremonies this year.
The Princeton Review has ranked Furman No. 15 in its list of "Top 20 Best Schools for Making an Impact" in its "Best Value Colleges" guide.
The OneJax Institute in Jacksonville, Florida, honored Robert ’83 and Margaret Hill ’83 with their humanitarian award on April 15. OneJax is a nonprofit interfaith organization dedicated to achieving civility, understanding and respect for all people and promoting diversity as the foundation for a strong community. Robert Hill began his career as president of Siler […]