Erik Ortiz ’20 used resources available through the Malone Center for Career Engagement to find a ‘big win’ job in a difficult market.
Student director Barrett Taylor '21 says there's never been a better time to volunteer with Heller Service Corps.
Theater was one of the first things to shut down in the wake of COVID-19. But Maegan McNerney Azar and her colleagues in the theater department have other ideas.
Furman leads the way in the state's first pitch competition. Fifteen South Carolina colleges and universities, the S.C. Department of Commerce and SCRA make it happen on Nov. 18.
Professor of English Gregg Hecimovich joins other scholars in contributing to "To Make Their Own Way in the World: The Enduring Legacy of the Zealy Daguerreotypes.”
Johnna Frierson '05 is part of a series that underscores the role of African Americans in the sciences.
Studio art and communication studies major Tyson '22 knows how to shoot (photographs) and handle a sports car.
In winning two NSF grants, Professor of Chemistry George Shields and Associate Professor of Biology Jason Rawlings have secured nearly $720,000, which will benefit students at Furman and beyond.
U.S. News & World Report has again placed Furman in the top quarter of the 223 liberal arts and sciences colleges and universities ranked in this category.
Several of the 'best and brightest' have ties to Furman.