Furman Health Sciences professor Shaniece Criss wins a seat on the Travelers Rest city council following a special election.Read more
The Marvin Owen '77 Endowment Fund supports Furman students pursuing careers in nonprofit organizations or church ministry.
Sociology professor Kyle Longest kicks off the series with a talk about how young adults are navigating the age-old tensions between science and religion.
The institute is part of a research team that will explore how Montessori education can advance the academic and social-emotional development of children.
Four Furman students attended the UNA-USA Global Engagement Summit at the United Nations headquarters in New York City.
Erica Daly participated in the Riley Institute's Emerging Public Leaders program over the summer.
Scientists at University of Geneva cite research by Gil Einstein (Furman) and Mark McDaniel (Washington University).
Politics and International Affairs professor goes on record about what makes a state attractive for women.
English major and poet Kimberly Simms '02 answers questions about her book in an interview with Paul Hyde.
Education professor Paul Thomas has a simple process for analyzing, speaking or writing about complex issues, namely, gun violence.