Furman has multiple opportunities for research, internships, scholarships, and events for the mathematically inclined. Our gathering places for studying and socializing as well as our academic support structure provide an enriching educational environment for our students.
Research and internship opportunities
Furman mathematics students will find opportunities to work with professors to develop unique research projects and collaborate with the Internships office to find hands-on learning opportunities. Find a research opportunity.
Declared majors in mathematics can apply for the Marshall Delph Earle Scholarships in Mathematics, the Reece C. Blackwell Scholarship in Mathematics, and the L. H. Bowen Scholarship in Mathematics. Awards are based on merit and financial need. If you're interested in pursuing a scholarship, contact Mark Woodard.
The Mathematics Resources Center (MRC) and Pigeonhole Lounge have computers and comfy chairs, providing opportunities to socialize and learn with your fellow students. Visit our facilities.
You can become a mathematics tutor or find a mathematics tutor, depending on what you know or need to know. The Mathematics Resource Center is a great place to get help for students in finite mathematics and calculus. Visit the Mathematics Resource Center.
- Clanton Lecture Series: Every year, students get a chance to attend a meet-and-greet with a top mathematician in this event named in honor of a beloved former Furman professor.
- Wylie Mathematics Tournament: Mathematics students help run this event for the region's best high school mathematics students.
- Graph Theory Seminar: Explore topics in graph theory while attending a Friday afternoon seminar.
- Carolinas Sport Analytics Meeting: This research conference hosted at Furman explores sports analytics from every angle.