public-health

During end-of-term crunch time, Furman unites to relieve student stress

A year-round commitment to mental resilience is enhanced during exams and other high-stress times with study breaks, mindfulness practices, mini-massages, snacks and dogs.

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Alums help introduce students to health care opportunities in Atlanta

A Paladin Career Trek organized by the Malone Center for Career Engagement included tours of the Centers for Disease Control and Emory University.

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Furman unveils plaque acknowledging Cherokee land

Students, faculty and members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee were on hand for the unveiling.

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Exploring options and making connections at the Career and Internship Fair

Furman students’ professionalism and critical thinking skills keep major employers returning to campus year after year, recruiters said.

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Furman’s first-year experience among top-20 in US News Rankings

Furman ranks 46th overall among National Liberal Arts Colleges and 1st among all universities, public and private, in South Carolina.

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Timeline chronicles pivotal moments in LGBTQIA+ history

Jeffrey Makala of Special Collections leads effort to document significant moments in LGBTQIA+ history at Furman. The timeline spans five decades.

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Students learn queer history in San Francisco

The MayX Queer Histories course gave students the opportunity to explore unique archives of the people and movements that helped shape LGBTQIA+ communities worldwide.

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Student to student, Paladin Peer Support promotes mental well-being

The student group complements Furman’s mental health resources with information tables on campus and wellness tips on social media.

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Puspanjali Gurung ’24 finds family all over the world

During Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, the public health major stays connected to Nepali culture through dance, fashion and curry.

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Furman’s Shaniece Criss connects dots between social media and birth outcomes

Negative words and attitudes toward various ethnic groups matter when it comes to birth outcomes. Furman's Shaniece Criss explains in a TEDxFurmanU talk on YouTube.

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Furman earns No. 12 spot for ‘making an impact’ in Princeton Review’s ‘Best Value Colleges’

Furman is listed among the top 20 private schools "making an impact" in The Princeton Review's 2023 "Best Value Colleges" guide.

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Legacy honor societies combine ranks, elect new members

Quaternion and Senior Order merge to form QSO. Selection to the society is one of the highest honors bestowed upon Furman students.

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