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Furman Engaged

The Furman Advantage guarantees students the opportunity to participate in high impact engaged learning experiences. Furman Engaged is a day dedicated to highlighting these diverse and immersive learning experiences. Furman Engaged signals our institution’s long history and commitment to engaged learning. Undergraduate research, internships, study away experiences, creative projects, service learning, first-year writing seminars and capstone experiences–Furman students have immersed themselves in these and other high-impact learning experiences. Furman Engaged provides students the opportunity to complete the last and key step of these deep learning experiences–the public sharing of their work with peers, faculty, staff, and the community.

This year, Furman Engaged will take place on Tuesday, April 13 and will be a virtual event.

How to use the online program:

There are several tabs on the left-side of your screen (or at the top left of your phone) that can help you navigate the program, as well as search for presentations. For example, if you want to find a specific student’s presentation, go to the “presenter” tab and put the student’s name in the search box. If you want to search for a particular department or discipline, go to “program” and put the department name in the search box

How do I know which sessions listed in the program are live and which are recorded?

Furman Engaged has both live and recorded sessions. All of the sessions on April 12, 13 and 14 are live. For April 13, there are four session times, each with at least 15 panels to choose from. Click on the light blue (also red and purple) boxes to find out more about each session. When you want to join a session, simply click on the Session Presentation button provided.  All of the sessions listed for April 15 are recorded or asynchronous and can be viewed at any time.

What if I’ve never used Zoom before?

On the front page of the online program, go to the “Further Information” tab. There you will find instructions and information about using zoom.

If you encounter any technical difficulties on April 13, please contact adam.barton@furman.edu.

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A glance into Furman Engaged!

See students in action in this short video of past Furman Engaged presentations and sessions.

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Full Schedule

View the listing of Virtual Furman Engaged Day presentations, or search for a specific presenter, department, presentation, or topic.

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Reflection Contest

Students, whether presenting at Furman Engaged, attending sessions throughout the day, or both, we encourage you to reflect upon your Furman Engaged experience – to think about what you shared with or learned from your peers. And as you reflect, why not submit your thoughts and reactions to the Furman Engaged Reflection Contest?

Enter the contest
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Resources for Student Presenters

Presenters, find information on what and how to present on Furman Engaged Day.

See our resources

Furman Engaged Feedback Form

Have any suggestions for Furman Engaged?

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Digital Tools

Here you’ll find many Furman Engaged-branded digital downloads.

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Contact

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