The White-Riley-Peterson Policy Fellowship is designed to equip graduates with a real-world understanding of policymaking for afterschool and expanded learning.
The class of 2023 arrives on campus Aug. 23, and classes begin Aug. 27. Opening convocation takes place Monday, Aug. 26.
Nine students were selected for the Millennium Fellowship, a program of the United Nations Academic Impact and Millennium Campus Network.
Kenia Flores ’20 interned twice for a U.S. senator. Those experiences and other internships confirmed what she’s long suspected: Her future is in D.C.
Alum and U.S. Attorney Thomas Cullen ’00 is striking a significant blow against white nationalist violence, starting with the 2017 events in Charlottesville.
The university ranked No. 3 for “Most Politically Active Students” and No. 12 in the category of “Most Accessible Professors.”
Anderson is among only eight professors nationally to receive the award, which recognizes research and teaching efforts of talented, early-career faculty.
The public radio program “South Carolina Business Review” discusses Furman’s economic impact on the Upstate.
A longtime member of Furman's economics faculty, Peterson becomes the university's chief academic officer.
As a faculty ombudsman at Furman, biology professor Victoria Turgeon talks with The Chronicle of Higher Education about her role as a conflict resolver.