DLI participants examine sensitive issues related to diversity and inclusion, explore “blind spots” and discuss how to suspend assumptions.
Economics professor Jason Jones is quoted in an article about AFL, a global Upstate fiber optics manufacturer.
Colgate University professor and 2008 alumna Danielle Lupton pens an article about D-Day through the lens of today's digital world.
Thirty-eight leaders from the Upstate and surrounding area have completed the Riley Institute at Furman’s Diversity Leaders Initiative (DLI).
Several organizations and individuals were recognized for promoting diversity and inclusion in the Upstate.
Launched in 2013, Senior Leaders Greenville is a program designed for adults 55 and up who want to play a more essential role in the community.
Bridges to a Brighter Future, which operates out of Furman, takes young people on college tours.
English Department Chair Gregg Hecimovich is quoted in a story about the ownership and use of photos of the enslaved.
Eighteen rising high school seniors from across the state will participate in the leadership program this summer.
Education Professor Scott Henderson writes that education reform also needs to address the well-being of some of the state’s most vulnerable students.