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The Furman Libraries are currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but we are still here to help you with your research needs! Check out our COVID-19 Remote Learning Guide to learn how we can help you. Read the most up-to-date information regarding Furman’s response to COVID-19.

Libraries Celebrate Faculty Achievements

The Furman University Libraries and the Office of the Provost cordially invite you to a celebration of scholarly and creative achievements in 2019. The reception will showcase Furman faculty members who have completed a degree, received a grant from an external funding source totaling more than $1,000, ​and/or published books, book chapters, journal articles, exhibits, […]

Jewish Week Events

Jewish Week is here and the Jewish Student Association has a lot of great events planned. In partnership with them, your Furman Libraries are displaying a series of posters from the U.S. National Holocaust Memorial Museum. ⁠⁣ ⁠⁣ See below for a full list of JSA events for the week. ⁠⁣ Monday, January 27th – […]

New Director of Libraries

The Furman Libraries would like to introduce our new Director of Libraries Dr. Caroline Mills! If she looks familiar, that’s because Dr. Mills has worked in the Furman Libraries since 2008, first as the Access Services and Instruction Librarian, and then, starting in 2012, as the Assistant Director for Collection Services. Since the retirement of […]

Thanksgiving Holiday Hours

The Thanksgiving Hours for the Furman Libraries are as follows: Duke Library Nov 26 Tuesday: 8:00am – 5:00pm Nov 27 Wednesday: Closed Nov 28 Thursday: Closed Nov 29 Friday: Closed Nov 30 Saturday: Closed Dec 1 Sunday: 5:00pm – 1:00am Music Library Nov 26 Tuesday: 8:00am – 4:00pm Nov 27 Wednesday: Closed Nov 28 Thursday: […]

Open Access Week

What is open access? Open access refers to scholarly journals, textbooks, and data that are not hidden behind a paywall blocking students and researchers from accessing them for academic and research purposes. The purpose of Open Access Week is to raise awareness of the importance of having free access to information and to encourage libraries, […]

Libraries closing at noon 8/16 for retreat

All Furman University Libraries will be closing at noon on Friday, 8/16, to participate in a retreat.  James B. Duke Library will reopen on Saturday, 8/17, at 1:00pm.

Former Library Student Challenges NCAA scores

Are the NCAA’s APR Scores Fair? That’s a question posed by Monique Ositelu a senior policy analyst with the Education Policy program at New America in her recent opinion piece in Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. Nearly a decade ago Monique was a Furman student, a standout performer in Furman’s track and cross country, and […]

Researchers Use Heller Collection

Andrew Baker (a Ph.D. candidate at Auburn University) and Jess Foster ’20 (a history major at Furman) are spending their summers in Furman’s Special Collections and Archives conducting research with the papers of Max Heller, former mayor of Greenville. Read more about their work in this article on the Furman news site. Researchers are always […]

Unwanted books? Donate here!

We have a donation box for Greenville Literacy for the next few months, right as you walk into the James B Duke Library. This is a great time of year to weed your bookshelves and donate to a good cause! The 2019 Really Good, Really Big, Really Cheap Booksale will take place August 9-11 at […]