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Furman graduates nearly 500 in two commencement ceremonies

Weather forced commencement events inside but spirits weren't dampened. Family and friends came out to support 491 graduates who walked in two ceremonies in McAlister Auditorium.

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Roger Sneed receives Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award

Professor of Religion and Faculty Chair Roger Sneed will teach several classes at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic, during the 2024-2025 academic year.

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Leadership awards honor student legacies, impact

The Furman University Student Leadership Awards were presented April 7 in Younts Conference Center. Students were recognized in 15 categories; two student groups and two advisors were also recognized.

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Skyler Warf ’24 wins best poster at American Chemical Society national meeting

Warf presented two posters at the ACS National meeting. One of them earned "best poster" recognition.

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Furman Engaged happens Friday with record number of students participating

Nearly 700 students will participate in this year's Furman Engaged. Other events, from the Paladin Pitch Competition to the groundbreaking for the Timmons Arena renovation, will be part of Spring Weekend.

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President Elizabeth Davis featured in University Business

Davis sits down with UB's Alcino Donadel to talk about The Furman Advantage. In three video clips, hear her thoughts on the changing dynamics of the student body, getting buy-in for TFA from the board...

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Local paper covers Furman’s 30% bump in new applications

Emily Schuck speaks to a local reporter about why Furman has seen gains in new student applications amid difficult times for higher ed nationwide.

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Women’s History Month: Professor Danielle Vinson shares her thoughts on progress

Danielle Vinson '89 talks about her mother's inspiration and how things in her field of political science have changed.

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Applications to Furman see double-digit growth

Dogged work by enrollment management staff and strategic communications to applicants helped increase applications from across the country and overseas.

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Furman alumnus Alex Stubb elected president of Finland

Stubb will serve a six-year term as president. He previously served at Finland's prime minister and finance minister. At Furman he majored in politics and international affairs.

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Book by Trustee Charles Ambrose and Michael Nietzel gains exposure in IHE, CHE

While outside forces threaten academia, the fiscal health of institutions hinges on something more fundamental. Furman Trustee Charles Ambrose and Michael Nietzel combine decades of expertise to help colleges and universities keep their financial houses...

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Schuck goes on record about FAFSA delays

Delays caused by the U.S. Department of Education's FAFSA program create headaches for institutions, families and students. Emily Schuck, vice president of enrollment management, discusses the challenges.

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