College Consensus ranks Furman among the “Top 50 Underrated Colleges Doing Great Things.”
The Paladin Career Trek program gives students the opportunity to meet alumni mentors and explore a wide range of fields in New York City.
Burton, director of Furman's Child Development Center, was presented the award at the SCAEYC Annual Conference held in Columbia.
The new graduate degree program is made possible through a collaboration with the Miami Ad School @ Portfolio Center in Atlanta.
President Elizabeth Davis and Gallup's Brandon Busteed discuss Furman's signature approach to education.
Inspiration for the paper came from a science fiction literature class taught by English Professor Michele Speitz.
Longtime Department of Chemistry lecturer Elizabeth Gordon works on a no-cost alternative to the traditional textbook.
Rice, who joined the Furman faculty in 2006, was honored by nonprofit organization Minority Access at a conference in Maryland.
Psychology professor Erin Wamsley’s research is cited in an article about why we dream and how it’s connected to our waking hours.
The national award is presented annually to a sitting college president by the National Society of Experiential Education.