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Student leaders ‘make Furman proud’

“It has been an absolute joy to watch these amazing young Furman student leaders flourish during their time at Furman,” said Kim Keefer, director of the Shucker Center for Leadership Development. Forty of those students,...

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Furman students named Goldwater Scholars

GSA BizWire featured Goldwater Scholars Tom Whittemore '23 and Conor Bready '24, in its online publication. Whittemore, a chemistry major from Easley, South Carolina, is mentored by Paul Wagenknecht '86, professor of chemistry. Bready, a...

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Seven Things To Know About Furman Engaged

Find out why the Greenville Woman's College was nicknamed Suzy's Zoo. Consider a whole new rebrand of downtown Greer, South Carolina. See if heart rate monitoring by Apple Watch lives up to its accuracy claims. And,...

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Furman dedicates peace pole on campus

A steady rain couldn’t dampen the spirits of about 50 students, faculty, staff and guests who gathered inside Hartness Pavilion at Furman University on Tuesday, April 5, to dedicate the installation of a peace pole....

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State nixed safety plan for ‘dangerous’ White Horse Road over funding

In a Greenville News story about the danger White Horse Road poses to pedestrians in Greenville, South Carolina, the work of Furman University senior Loise Aleria is cited. Aleria, a politics and international affairs major,...

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Furman Engaged: A chance to share, celebrate and see the possibilities

What is the difference between conservative and liberal humor? What are some reasons to release a defendant on bond? How does personality type affect social media use and self esteem? The answers to each can...

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Furman Fellows Announce 2022 Recipients

The Furman Fellowship is an endowed scholarship fund founded in 2004 with a gift from Furman trustee emeritus Bob Buckman and Joyce Mollerup. Each year, five seniors are recognized as Furman Fellows and receive a scholarship...

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Three stories: How engaged learning helps power post-grad success

Engaged learning opportunities – from internships to study away to research, and many other experiences – play a powerful role in helping Furman students identify their strengths, explore their interests and pursue a life of...

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Fall 2021 Dean’s List

More than 1,000 students made the Dean’s List for the 2021 fall term. The honor is awarded to full-time undergraduates who earn a grade point average of at least 3.4 during the semester. The students,...

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