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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 took place on Tuesday, April 13 and was a virtual event.

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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, were encouraged to reflect upon their Furman Engaged experience and submit their reflections for a contest.

Meet the winners
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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.

View our downloads

Contact

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