GVL STARTS builds on the success of Furman’s Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Nick Radel says White's storytelling and his tight-knit group of friends who came of age in the 1950s helped change attitudes toward same-sex relationships in the U.S.
Since 2010, the CCC has helped more than 160 low- and moderate-income homes in Greenville become more energy efficient.
The Joseph and Carolyn Warden Endowed Scholarship bears their name and their legacy.
Whyte, sculptor of the Joseph A. Vaughn statue on campus, receives national recognition.
Furman says the best way to get back to normal operations is to require COVID-19 vaccines for students.
In his new position, Herrera will expand opportunities for students, build certificate programs and drive the university's innovation agenda.
Grace Cheney ’21 and Allyson Stevens ’21 reached over time differences and language barriers to counsel high schoolers across the ocean. These are their stories.
President Elizabeth Davis encourages everyone to learn from someone who’s different from you and make the cause personal.
Higher education publication takes the pulse of admissions at small- to medium-size colleges as we move past COVID-19.