Building on a legacy of courage and compassion
What is next for Furman? For almost 190 years, through good times and bad, the university has routinely asked itself that question. As Furman’s newest president, Dr. Elizabeth Davis realizes that question hasn’t lost its power. In an op-ed for The Greenville News, President Davis looks forward, wanting to make sure Furman can remain relevant in an era when education—and liberal arts education in particular—is under increasing and intense scrutiny for its value and its utility.