CCSD educators awarded 70 BEST grants

  December 20, 2021

Charleston County School District (CCSD) is proud to announce 144 teachers combined to earn 70 Bosch Eco and STEM Teacher (BEST) grants this month. The total value of the grants…

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Tri-County Technical College and MUSC announce partnership

  December 17, 2021

 Tri-County Technical College (TCTC) and the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) have announced a new partnership that allows highly-qualified TCTC students to transfer to the MUSC College of Pharmacy to earn their…

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First doctoral graduates from CSU turn tassels, make history

  December 16, 2021

Twenty-three professionals walked the stage of Lightsey Chapel on Saturday to be hooded and become the first doctoral graduates of Charleston Southern University. The Doctor of Education (EdD) in leadership launched…

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Service Solutions donates to PREMIER 100 Initiative

  December 15, 2021

Service Solutions, the district’s custodial provider for almost a quarter of a century, continues to strongly support initiatives in Richland School District Two. Service Solutions has donated $15,000 to the…

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Michelin STEM Challenge Winners

  December 15, 2021

Laurens County students in grades 3-6 participated in the annual Michelin STEM Challenge Competition held at Laurens High School. This event fosters problem-solving skills, collaboration, and math/science skills as students…

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Expansion of Learning Opportunities for District Cohort

  December 14, 2021

On Saturday, December 11th, Laurens County School District 56 had 25 teachers graduate with their Master’s degree in Applied Teaching and Learning. These 25 teachers were part of a district-sponsored…

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CofC Professor named to Royal Historic Society

  December 13, 2021

“This award is a career-defining recognition of innovative scholarship, and I’m humbled for my work on the history of public health and pandemics to be seen in such a positive…

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S.C. Floodwater Commission chair earns doctorate

  December 13, 2021

By W. Thomas Smith Jr. Dr. Tom Mullikin, chairman of the S.C. Floodwater Commission, was formally “hooded,” officially receiving his PhD during commencement ceremonies at Columbia International University (CIU), Friday,…

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McMillan Joins SC Humanities Board of Directors

  December 13, 2021

Lander University Professor of Political Science Dr. Lucas McMillan has been named to the Board of Directors of South Carolina Humanities. As dean of the College of Behavioral and Social…

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David E. Shi receives AASHE Lifetime Achievement Award

  December 9, 2021

David E. Shi, an environmental historian who served 16 years as president of Furman University (1994-2010), is the recipient of the 2021 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association for the…

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Researchers manipulate daylight hours to help save poinsettias

  December 8, 2021

Rising temperatures are threatening poinsettia production, but a research team led by Clemson professor Jim Faust has found manipulating daylight hours can help keep the sparkle in this Christmas star and money…

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Richland County Recreation Commission holds press event to announce updates and court dedications for the Richland County Tennis Center

  December 8, 2021

The Richland County Recreation Commission (RCRC) will hold a press conference to provide a project update and special dedications for the Richland County Tennis Center on December 14, 2021, at 11:00 AM. The…

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Piedmont Tech Fall Graduation Set for December 16

  December 8, 2021

Piedmont Technical College (PTC) will hold two in-person fall commencement exercises on Thursday, Dec. 16, 2021. An afternoon ceremony will be held at 3 p.m. for Administrative Office Technology, Business,…

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Electronic Messages Lead to Lockdown at LDHS

  December 8, 2021

Laurens County School District 55 would like to express appreciation to the parents, staff, and community for their patience, understanding, and support during events at Laurens District 55 High School…

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Lander Fall Commencement Set for Dec. 15

  December 7, 2021

Commencement exercises for Lander University’s fall graduating class will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 15, in the Finis Horne Arena. There will be two ceremonies. Graduates of the College of…

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Sherman College names faculty, staff member of the year

  December 6, 2021

Sherman College of Chiropractic recently honored Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences Alan Brewster, B.S., D.C., A.C.P., ’89, and Assistant Director of the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning Amy…

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DEACON DIVERS train to build artificial reef off S.C. coast

  December 6, 2021

“The dive training we’re conducting for this group of religious leaders and naturalists is part of our building an army of divers to help construct an artificial reef along the…

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S.C. Secretary of Veterans’ Affairs visits Lander University

  December 6, 2021

Major General William F. Grimsley, secretary of South Carolina’s Department of Veterans’ Affairs, visits the Lander University campus to discuss Lander’s status as a veteran-friendly institution with University officials. Pictured,…

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Arbor Day Celebration

  December 5, 2021

As part of an Arbor Day celebration, students in Carrie Thomas’ classes planted two trees and learned some history behind the trees and Arbor Day. Thank you to Clinton’s local…

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Garvin Design Group wins two AIA South Carolina 2021 Design Awards

  December 2, 2021

Columbia architecture, interiors, and planning firm Garvin Design Group won two Design Awards at the American Institute of Architects South Carolina (AIA SC)’s annual awards presented virtually on November 19,…

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