Furman's Shi Center for Sustainability will collaborate with RMSC in the creation of sustainability-themed exhibits and curriculum.
Furman sophomore Eboni Johnson advances the importance of a multicultural approach to elementary education in the Upstate.
The godson of former KKK leader David Duke will discuss his dramatic transformation and the threat posed by white nationalism.
Furman's Bridges to a Brighter Future has served 500 Greenville County students since the program launched in 1997.
The White-Riley-Peterson Policy Fellowship is designed to equip graduates with a real-world understanding of policymaking for afterschool and expanded learning.
Nine students were selected for the Millennium Fellowship, a program of the United Nations Academic Impact and Millennium Campus Network.
Alum and U.S. Attorney Thomas Cullen ’00 is striking a significant blow against white nationalist violence, starting with the 2017 events in Charlottesville.
Greenville County school children living in Berea and Travelers Rest now have easier access to nutritious meals in the summer months through the generosity of Riley Fellows.
The Diversity Leaders Initiative project is being carried out in partnership with Greenville County Schools.
In a recent column, Furman Assistant Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness Dave Eubanks highlights the university's move to data and research to help students succeed.