The work of Hollis and five student researchers was published in Molecular Brain.
Evan Myers ’21 and Brent Nelsen, professor of politics and international affairs, host a new podcast examining the changes on campuses around the country.
NSF award will provide renewable scholarships for 24 high-merit, high-need students seeking bachelor’s degrees in chemistry, biology, neuroscience or the geosciences.
Casey Hawthorne and Grace Stadnyk are part of team creating teaching tools that explore social issues surrounding COVID-19.
Furman Chemistry Professor George C. Shields is one of 53 Fellows of the American Chemical Society selected this year.
The annual three-week camp is designed to give non-business majors the chance to master the foundations of business and the fundamentals of entrepreneurship.
Furman University was elected to first cohort focused on advancing first-generation student success.
Furman receives Gallup's CliftonStrengths Award for Students
From chemistry to the classics, this year's Virtual Furman Engaged features more than 145 engaged learning presentations.
Karen Buchmueller is the South Carolina Academy of Sciences inaugural recipient of the Undergraduate Teacher of the Year Award.