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PBS documentary highlights Furman’s Wild Semester in New Mexico wilderness

Professor Travis Perry '92 will host a screening Feb. 18, 5 p.m., in the Younts Conference Center with a discussion about the movie and conservation following.

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Furman’s Hill Institute receives Department of Commerce Relentless Challenge grant

Furman is one of 15 projects around the state to receive a Relentless Challenge grant.

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Museum exhibit shares The Duke Endowment’s 100-year history, James B. Duke’s vision

The traveling exhibit will be featured in the Upcountry History Museum Feb. 10-March 3, before moving to Anderson County.

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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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From China to New York and academia to the U.N., alumna’s journey continues

A decade spent mostly in academia has now led Xiaoman Dong ’14 to a position at the United Nations (U.N.) in New York City and the impressive title of Associate Communications Officer at the U.N.’s...

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Joseph Vaughn Day 2024 remarks by Abijah Leamon ’24

Joseph Vaughn Day 2024>> Student Diversity Council President Abijah Leamon ’24 Daniel Chapel, Furman University Jan. 26, 2024   Good morning, everybody! Joseph Vaughn Family, Erica Ramsey and loved ones, President Davis, Furman faculty, staff, students...

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Vinson speaks candidly about a possible Biden-Trump rematch

Danielle Vinson goes on record about the divergent campaign styles of President Joe Biden and his all-but-certain challenger. Reuters releases results of recent polling that gauges public sentiment toward the apparent frontrunners.

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Clearly Furman raises $92.5 million for The Furman Advantage

Furman alumni and friends have contributed $92.5 million toward a goal of $126 million for The Furman Advantage, the university’s four-year educational framework shaped by mentoring, advising, engaged learning and classroom learning.

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Comedy is serious business for student improv troupe

The members of Improvable Cause get laughs while honing skills they can use in the workplace and a host of other offstage settings.

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Richardson ’12 subject of NACUBO ‘success story’

Political science and economics alumna Alyssa Richardson '12 earned her J.D. at Harvard Law in 2015. Read about the series of experiences at Furman that propelled her toward posts in the public sector, including a...

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Caroline Vickery ’22 publishes paper in Environmental Management

Vickery worked with John Quinn on a study that examines how climate change-induced rainfall and urban development impact ecosystems and the services they provide.

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2023: The 10 stories that made our year

A look back at some of the articles that told the story of an exceptional place during a remarkable time.

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