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‘Flood of cheating’: Expert warns new tool will be a game changer for cheaters

A Facebook post by Darren Hick, Furman assistant professor of philosophy, sets off a firestorm of media coverage about plagiarism, bots, AI and choppy waters ahead for professors and university administrators everywhere.

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The Anglesey coach who had a key role in Morocco’s World Cup success

Osian Roberts was named Southern Conference Player of the Year in 1986 and 1988 when he played for Furman Men's Soccer. He would later become technical director of the squad that made it to the...

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Greenville picked up the pace on affordable housing in 2022. What’s next?

In an article about Greenville Housing Fund's progress toward tackling a widening housing affordability gap, journalist Conor Hughes taps the expertise of Furman's Ken Kolb.

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Furman to build inclusivity, belonging in STEM fields as part of $8.6 million HHMI grant

Within its cohort, Furman will share the grant with 14 other institutions across the nation who will collaborate to make STEM curricula more accessible and inclusive.

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Organizers want tournament to be a new tradition in Greenville

Furman, VisitGreenvilleSC and Bon Secours Wellness Arena team up to present the first of what is expected to become an annual wintertime event for roundball fans.

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Best-selling education author Eddie R. Cole to speak at MLK Breakfast

For his talk, Cole will draw from his book, “The Campus Color Line: College Presidents and the Struggle for Black Freedom.”

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On the shoulders of migrants

First-generation American scientist Mesa Sanchez crafts both the cover art and a guest editorial for JASMS and pays tribute to the sacrifices made by her parents.

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Wagenknecht recognized by Council on Undergraduate Research

Chemistry Professor Paul Wagenknecht urges scientists to go the extra mile when making connections as collaborators can show up in surprising places. Learn more about his philosophy in a CUR podcast about an award he...

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Rudolph’s Ruck and Toy Drive spreads holiday cheer

Furman University cadets hold their first annual Rudolph's Ruck to benefit patients at Prisma Health Children's Hospital. Despite rainy conditions, local TV station FOX Carolina captures the festivities.

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The U.S. World Cup team’s defense is Southern strong

Following Team USA's victory over Iran, Southern lifestyle magazine spotlights two Nashville SC defenders, one of them, Walker Zimmerman '15.

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