Biology major Libby Dixon '21 analyzes the locations and causes of eroding stream banks in the Greenville area.
Furman’s accessibility office coordinated efforts to create a 3D model of crucial material for a student who is visually impaired.
Men’s Basketball Watch Party! Cheer on the Paladins from Timmons Arena as they finish their regular season at Wofford, this Saturday, Feb. 27, at 7 p.m. For additional details, including instructions for reserving your ticket, click here. Hungry? Bon Appetit has you covered! Pop Up Bistro! Enjoy smoked ribs, pulled pork, smoked sausages, cheesy potatoes, […]
The seven-week program will be virtual this year beginning April 15.
David and Debbie Spear establish a fund to enrich the Furman experience for health sciences majors, the chosen field for their son Sam Spear '09.
Lillian Essaf in Housing and Residence Life and Geoffrey Habron in the Department of Earth, Environmental, and Sustainability Sciences are winners of the award.
COVID-19 shuts down the traditional dance for special adults hosted by Heller Service Corps, but the group presses forward to find a way to show kindness on Valentine’s Day.
The Valentine's Day Dance for Exceptional Adults isn't happening this year, but Heller Service Corps finds a way to keep things festive.
February is Black History Month! Join the Furman Community in a variety of events and stories throughout the month of February to honor Black History Month. Remember to check syncDIN or follow @furman_cic on Instagram for the most up-to-date calendar of events and links to access virtual events. Here are some upcoming events: The Politics […]
Joy Owens '14 is on a mission to educate the public about Earth's largest land dwellers.