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Furman Student Culinary Club Workshop Recipes Spring 2017

The Furman Student Culinary Club has wrapped up another great semester.  Check out some of the delicious recipes from our spring 2017 workshops. In February, Furman Student Morgan Cooper led the Club with a Baking Workshop that included both healthier and indulgent recipes.  Here are a few of the favorites: Chocolate Avocado Pudding with Hazelnuts. […]

The Point Pantry: Furman Students donate Pden Points for Loaves and Fishes

  Attention Furman students:  Did you know that you can donate your end of year Pden Points to the Loaves and Fishes local food recovery program?   The Furman Department of Health Sciences has been working closely with Loaves and Fishes to help improve access to healthful foods to 97 local food pantries and homeless […]

FUEL the Community: Battling the Hunger-Obesity Paradox

FUEL the Community In the United States, hunger and obesity often coexist within the same individual.  This concept, known as the “Hunger- Obesity Paradox” seems almost counterintuitive.  How can the same individual be hungry and obese at the same time? William Dietz, MD, PhD first described this phenomenon in the journal of Pediatrics in 1995.  […]

FUEL Cooking Workshop Recipes 3/17: Superfast Vegetables and Fruits

No time or energy to cook a healthy meal? Apparently, you aren’t alone. We had a great turn out for our first spring FUEL cooking workshop featuring “Superfast Vegetables and Fruits.” We prepared 10 delicious and simple vegetable dishes in one hour. Everything came from our local Publix.   1) Fresh Vegetable Platter. First up, […]

FUEL Healthy Cooking Workshops

Looking for some healthy new recipes ideas?  Join us for our spring FUEL Healthy Cooking Workshops– FREE for all Furman Faculty, Staff, and Spouses!   March 17 Superfast Vegetables & Fruits April 7 Easy One Pot Meals April 28 Simple Salads, Sandwiches, and Snacks   Fridays 2:30-4 p.m. Herring Center   Led by Kelly Frazier, […]

FUEL the Community: Internship for Health Science Majors in Community Health & Nutrition

Attention Furman Health Science majors: Are you looking for a way to utilize your Health Science major to make a difference in the lives of others? Click on the image above to learn more about a new internship program serving our local homeless shelters and food pantries beginning in Fall 2017.

Furman Group Exercise Classes Spring 2017

  Furman Group Exercises begin Monday, January 9!  Click the schedules above to enlarge.  Hope to see you there!

FIT Rx Spring 2017 Registration Open

Attention Furman Faculty, Staff, and Dependents over age 15! Would you like assistance beginning an exercise program in the Furman Fitness Center this year? Are you tired of your existing program or not seeing the results you desire? Consider signing up for our FREE FIT Rx Program of individualized exercise training.  Furman Health Science majors receive […]

Bon Appétit to host farm tour, Furman kitchen tour, and documentary screening

Tour of Greenbrier Farms Join Bon Appétit Fellow, Amanda Wareham, for a tour of Greenbrier Farms. Greenbrier is a 300 acre sustainable farm in Easley, South Carolina, located 10 miles from Furman University. The farm produces 100% Grass Fed Beef, Pastured Pork, and Certified Organic vegetables. The tour is an opportunity to connect with your […]

Harvest Fest: Culinary Club Cooking Workshop 10/29

  Attention Furman students! You are invited to the next Furman Culinary Club Workshop featuring Fall Favorites. Saturday, October 29 from 12-2 p.m. in Plyer Hall 144 Food Lab Space is limited to the first 40 participants.  RSVP required on OrgSync by clicking the link below:   Don’t miss out on this tasty feast!