Anderson is among only eight professors nationally to receive the award, which recognizes research and teaching efforts of talented, early-career faculty.
Matt Olson's latest CD project "789 Miles" wins accolades from Mark Gilbert in an online jazz publication.
Shields, who is also a member of the chemistry faculty, will use the three-year grant to support his research efforts in computational chemistry.
The recording is Olson’s fourth project and features his original compositions as well as those of his current and former students at Furman.
In addition to Anderson's grant, biology professors obtain renewed funding to support undergraduate research projects and more.
Assistant Psychology Professor Erin Wamsley's work is cited in an article about how to recall newly-acquired material.
On the heels of a performance at New York's Carnegie Hall, Les Hicken conducts his last concert with the Furman Symphonic Winds 8 p.m. Friday, April 12, in McAlister.
The psychology professor will use the grant to study how "offline" mental states affect long-term memory formation and retention.
Omar Carmenates' long-term project wins accolades from the music press for the CD released this year by PARMA Recordings.
The legendary professor of politics and international affairs taught at Furman for more than 50 years before retiring in 2018.