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Elizabeth Campbell '18 and Katelyn Ammons Barnett '12 are the recipients of awards which promote Upstate history scholarship and literacy.
Earlier this year, Sun Lee, a health sciences major from South Korea, learned about the United Nations College Leaders Program. The summer experience, now in its third year, was developed for Korean nationals and includes 28 students. The cohort is divided into six working groups that research and jointly author a paper on a U.N. […]
After a few down years, the women's golf program at Furman has rejoined the nation's elite
In an article for a national publication, 2017 graduate Nathan Mathai explains why he chose to attend the university.
Furman history major Isner wrote an online article about regretting his vote for Donald Trump, which caught the attention of CNN producers.
The video by Earth and Environmental Sciences graduate Ferguson '17 stands out among hundreds entered for the JoVE competition.
A portion of the gift will go toward the construction of a new track house at the Irwin Belk Complex for Track and Field.
Music education major Logan Campbell ’18 participates in German cultural exchange program
Two Furman students and recipients of the James B. Duke Scholarship are profiled: Senior McKenna Luzynski '18 and freshman Max Dudley '21.