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Brooke Dominiak ’23 wins first SoCon Entrepreneurship Challenge

Brooke Dominiak ’23 pitched her way to a win in the inaugural Southern Conference Entrepreneurship Challenge, becoming the event’s first ever for-profit champion on Saturday, Feb. 26. The competition involved teams from all 10 SoCon...

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GALLERY: Black History Month 2022 Yard Show Celebration

On Friday, the Yard Show Celebration allowed students to experience one facet of Black culture – the yard show. Furman's two Black Greek Letter Organizations, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.,...

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Could goods and imports be a cause for concern during Russia-Ukraine war?

To get a read on how the Ukraine-Russia conflict will impact the U.S. in terms of food supply, FOX Carolina turned to Furman University's Jason Jones, professor of economics. He explained that the U.S. is...

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U.S. will feel economic impacts from Russian-Ukraine conflict

The United States may not be a huge importer of Russian oil, corn and wheat, but we still may feel the impact of economic sanctions at the pump and in grocery stores, said Furman University's...

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Black troops who served in the Civil War could get Congressional medal

In a story in The New York Times, Holly Pinheiro, assistant professor of history and a specialist in the Black experience in the military from 1850 through the 1930s, described some of the struggles faced...

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IACH to host 2022 Community Health Forum

People need services to thrive as they age, but what if there’s a shortage of those services in the community? Furman University is bringing together leaders in aging and healthcare policy at its 2022 Community...

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The green team

TOWN Magazine highlights the efforts of three individuals who are making strides in keeping Greenville sustainable especially in the face of unprecedented growth. Among them is Furman University's Laura Bain '02, associate director of sustainability...

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City of Women art includes Furman alumna

Furman University is among the organizers of the exhibition, "City of Women," on display March 4-April 27 at GCCA Community Gallery. It showcases a number of different artists from the community as well as the...

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Springsteen interviewed on statewide business show

Mike Switzer, host of South Carolina Public Radio's South Carolina Business Review, interviewed Greg Springsteen, professor of chemistry, about Aconobolics, the company he founded with former student Trent Stubbs '20. The company recently won an...

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Nelsen weighs in on sanctions against Russia

When Russia invaded Ukraine, Greenville TV stations called on Brent Nelsen, professor of politics and international affairs, to put the action in context and to explain the political reaction by the United States and other...

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Furman launches Angel Analyst Fellowship program with VentureSouth

When he was a young boy, Oscar Guillen ’22 and his mother emigrated to the United States from Honduras in search of economic opportunities. Now, the Furman University Asian studies major wants to help young...

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Gift will support underrepresented students in sustainability

An anonymous donor is helping to diversify the fields of sustainability and environmental sciences by creating a scholarship that will fully cover the cost of attendance for one African American woman at Furman per year....

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