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The Cost of Unity

Unity Park was Greenville's biggest price tag. Its cost might be Black neighborhoods, too. Research by The Shi Institute for Sustainable Communities anchors a Greenville News series.

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Furman announces fall 2022 dean’s list

Congratulations are in order for members of the 2022 fall semester dean's list. Learn more about the high achievers who hail from near and far.

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Does artificial intelligence help students cheat?

Amid news of pending investment in ChatGPT by Microsoft, and a move by NYC public schools to ban the AI technology on its networks and devices, Furman's Darren Hick lands in the headlines again. He...

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Who gets to be ‘revitalized’ in Greenville? How and why Furman studied racial displacement

On the surface, city revitalization looks good. Furman's Ken Kolb and researchers at The Shi Institute for Sustainable Communities dive deep and uncover some sobering findings.

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Leading: How teaching your trustees helps you

Furman Board of Trustees goes to school. Leading class is Furman President Elizabeth Davis who explains the nuances of the Gen Z set.

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Furman research, data inform series on income, housing gaps

Reporters turn to research by Furman University to shed light on a growing chasm of income and housing disparity in the City of Greenville.

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Economist, farmer weigh in on nationwide increase in egg prices

Economist Jason Jones says it's a simple case of supply and demand that explains steep egg prices across the country.

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New York City public schools ban access to AI tool that could help students cheat

Reports that New York City public schools will ban ChatGPT spur a new wave of media coverage for the AI technology and a fresh cycle of media coverage for Furman's Darren Hick, among the first...

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Sec. Dick Riley looks forward to 10th decade

Furman alumnus Sec. Richard Riley celebrates with friends and family and speaks about his life in public service.

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Former SC governor turns 90, looks back on life, reaching highest level of public service

Upon his 90th birthday, Furman alumnus, former South Carolina Governor and U.S. Secretary of State Richard W. Riley reflects on his life before, during and after his 38-year career in public office.

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