Established in 2001, Furman University's Cothran Center for Vocational Reflection was developed through a grant from the Lilly Endowment, Inc. Directly serving students, faculty, and alumni with interest in faith and vocation, we provide resources to the Greenville community through annual public lectures and other events.
Our mission is to provide resources for individuals and groups to reflect upon their vocational choices through three essential questions:
- Who am I—most authentically?
- What do I believe—most deeply?
- What does the world need—from me?
We initiate opportunities for thoughtful and open dialogue among persons of differing disciplines and religious perspectives, while seeking to stimulate and inform social action.