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Ready! Set! Mango!

It’s International Education Week.  Time to learn a new language with Mango Languages! Mango Languages uses common, everyday conversations as the basis of each lesson, so you can start using and appreciating what you learn right away. Mango has variety – Over 70 languages, including specialty language courses that focus on particular fields of work, […]

International Education Week 2020

  We won’t let COVID stop us from celebrating the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide!!  We are hopeful for the future of international travel.  We look forward to resuming our study abroad programs and welcoming many of our international students back to campus.  We miss you! Following is a schedule of events for November […]

Furman Alumni Librarians Part 22: Kelly Leonard ’11

Kelly Leonard ’11 Thank you for following along with us during this twenty-two-week series highlighting a small handful of the inspirational alumni who work as library and information professionals. Whether you’re a student, faculty, staff, or community member, we hope this series has been entertaining and insightful. Please reach out to one of our librarians […]

Furman Alumni Librarians Part 21: Heather Kanipe ’97

Heather Kanipe ’97 We are nearing the end of our summer series of blog posts in which we highlight some of the amazing Furman alumni who have gone on to work in library and information professions. If you have not been keeping up, you can view all previous posts here. Heather Kanipe ’97 is our […]

FU Students Can Vote In Greenville

No matter where your home is, Furman Students can vote in Greenville for the 2020 Presidential Election If you are 18 or older; a United States citizen; not serving out a felony sentence; not declared mentally incompetant by a court of law;  and live on campus, you can register to vote in Greenville. Out of […]

Furman Alumni Librarians Part 20: Sara DeSantis ’17

Sara DeSantis ’17 This is part 20 in our weekly summer blog series in which we highlight some of the amazing Furman alumni who have gone on to work in library and information professions. Click here to view all posts in this series. Today our featured alumni is Sara DeSantis ’17. She graduated from Furman […]

Furman Alumni Librarians Part 19: Jayne Moorman ’99

Jayne Moorman ’99 This is part 19 in our weekly summer blog series in which we highlight some of the amazing Furman alumni who have gone on to work in library and information professions. Click here to view all posts in this series. Today we are highlighting Jayne Moorman ’99, a local librarian who serves […]

New Exhibit: “The Simple Ground of Justice”: Greenvillians in the Fight for Women’s Suffrage

On exhibit August 26 – December 1, 2020 James B. Duke Library, Second Floor Gallery In accordance with the centennial of the 19th Amendment, “The Simple Ground of Justice”: Greenvillians in the Fight for Women’s Suffrage will open on August 26 and be on display until December 2020. Curated by Dr. Courtney Tollison, Distinguished University […]

Furman Alumni Librarians Part 18: Steven Fely ’94

Steven Feyl ’94 This is part 18 in our weekly summer blog series in which we highlight some of the amazing Furman alumni who have gone on to work in library and information professions. Click here to view all posts in this series. Today our featured alumni is Steven Feyl ’94. Feyl graduated from Furman […]

Furman Alumni Librarians Part 17: Steve Richardson

Steve Richardson ’77 This is part 17 in our weekly summer blog series in which we highlight some of the amazing Furman alumni who have gone on to work in library and information professions. Click here to view all posts in this series. This week we are highlighting Steve Richardson ’77. Richardson has worked for […]