M. Carmela Epright and Michael Seemuller suggest more families should consider in-home learning to make room in schools for children most in need.
Furman's Carmela Epright is part of a statewide task force that helps prepare health systems for a worst-case scenario.
Carmela Epright, professor of philosophy, authored an op-ed from her perspective as a medical ethicist and someone with an autoimmune disease.
In an interview with a local TV station, professor Carmela Epright says it's common for mass shooters to tell someone about what they are planning to do.
Treating the human body like a machine has served western medicine well, but the solutions are simple when machines finally can’t be fixed anymore. Not so much when a mother of three lapses into a coma with no living will, or a medical procedure will cost a man his entire month’s income. Furman University Philosophy […]