Former board member Baxter Wynn pens an opinion piece about the unspoken but real racial bias he saw growing up in the 50s and 60s in South Carolina.
State Representative Chandra Dillard steps up to help the City of Greenville preserve and protect its rich history.
The 13th annual Furman Engaged is almost upon us! Here is what to know to make the most of this exciting event.
Teaching and coaching aren't the typical career paths for communication studies grads, but Sammy Clough '20 gladly welcomes both challenges.
In a year marked with extreme uncertainty and change, organizations are facing workforce decisions that will have significant impacts for years to come. As a participant in these important decisions, you need to ensure that you and your employees are best equipped to meet the challenges of the new normal. Furman University’s Center for Corporate […]
New grant brings the total direct support for The Furman Advantage from The Duke Endowment to $52.5 million.
The neuroscience research of Anju Saxena '21 is one of the engaged learning experiences featured at Furman Engaged on April 13.
Hungry? Bon Appetit has you covered! Snatch-a-Snack Food Truck: Poutine Station Keep an eye out in your residential area on Tuesday, March 23 at 8:30 p.m. No swipe needed! Milford Mall Tent: Breakfast for Dinner! Grab your breakfast favorites for dinner on Wednesday, March 31 from 6-8 p.m. at the Milford Mall Tent. Options will […]
A virtual CLP on March 25 helps to critically examine the ways our culture talks about stress and wellness.
Six former U.S. secretaries of education get behind an education initiative that promises to help mend a divisive political climate.