Thirty-six leaders from the Upstate and surrounding area have completed the Riley Institute at Furman’s Diversity Leaders Initiative (DLI).
Greene, a 1990 Furman business administration alumna, is the first female to be appointed city manager in the 84-year history of the position.
Earth and environmental sciences lab manager Lori Nelsen and chef David Porras put a new spin on farm-to-table dining.
Director of Community Relations and State Representative Chandra Dillard received the Burdette Leadership Award.
A research project by Professor of Spanish Sofia Kearns and Ingrid Ramos '20 seeks to tell the untold story of Colombians and Greenville's textile industry.
The Greenville News cites data from the State Election Commission that shows 54.8 percent of South Carolina voters cast ballots in the midterm elections. And the turnout was even greater in Greenville County at 57 percent. Furman University Politics and International Affairs Professor Danielle Vinson was quoted in an article about the results, saying voters’ strong sentiments […]
If it feels as though commute time is getting longer in Greenville, it really is. According to 2017 Census Bureau data, Greenvillians are spending about four minutes more getting to and from work than they did the year before. Furman Assistant Professor of Sociology Amy Jonason helps explain why in an article appearing in the […]
Furman's Brooke Culclasure and David Fleming write an opinion piece about the impact of the public Montessori school model.
The 1995 Furman graduate was the running mate of James Smith, the Democratic candidate for South Carolina Governor.
Furman's First Gentleman will talk about his book, "In the Kitchen at White Oaks," at noon as part of the Lunchbox Learning series.