GSSM accepting applications for Residential and STEM Foundations Programs

  May 11, 2022

GSSM Accepting Applications For Residential and STEM Foundations ProgramsHartsville, SC – The South Carolina Governor’s School for Science + Mathematics (GSSM) is still accepting applications for its Residential and STEM Foundations.…

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Countybank Foundation awards scholarships to Lander and PTC students

  May 11, 2022

The Countybank Foundation, established in 1971 representing Countybank and Greenwood Capital, recently awarded scholarships to Lander University and Piedmont Technical College (PTC) students. The Countybank Foundation annually provides scholarships to…

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Lander Nursing Recognizes 2022 Graduates  

  May 11, 2022

Lander University’s William Preston Turner School of Nursing held its annual academic awards ceremony on Tuesday, May 3. Two members of the graduating class received hoods, signifying their completion of…

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CCSD Nutrition Services celebrates School Lunch Hero Day

  May 9, 2022

Nutrition Services team members are an essential component of Charleston County School District (CCSD). They demonstrate sincere dedication to ensuring that students receive high-quality, delicious meals every day, including today,…

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MUSC to commemorate 40 years of HIV/AIDS in South Carolina

  May 9, 2022

The MUSC Waring Historical Library will host a multiday symposium commemorating the 40th anniversary of the diagnosis of South Carolina’s first AIDS patient. May 25 marks the 40th anniversary of the…

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Largest CSU graduating class walks the stage

  May 9, 2022

The largest Charleston Southern University graduating class ever, with 776 graduates, was recognized Saturday, May 7 at North Charleston Coliseum. Ceremonies for the Classes of 2021 and 2020 were held…

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Water Mission working with Sanders-Clyde

  May 9, 2022

Thanks to Water Mission, students at Sanders-Clyde Elementary School have participated in events this spring to raise awareness about the global water crisis. The partnership began a few months ago…

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Spring Valley Rotary Club awards scholarships

  May 9, 2022

Spring Valley High School Seniors Recognized Spring Valley Rotary Club awarded two Spring Valley High School graduating seniors with the club’s annual scholarships at its May 5th lunch meeting. The…

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High school students commit to teaching profession

  May 9, 2022

In a ceremony similar to one held for student-athletes, student teachers in Richland School District Two recently signed certificates recognizing their commitment to making a difference in the lives of…

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LDHS Student Named SC Technology Champion for WPEC Region

  May 9, 2022

For the twentieth consecutive year, the outstanding Career and Technical Education student from each region will be recognized as a Technology Champion during the South Carolina Education and Business Summit…

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Lander University’s Randy Bouknight Receives Honorary Doctorate

  May 6, 2022

As Lander University continues to celebrate its Sesquicentennial—the 150th anniversary of the institution’s founding in 1872—President Richard Cosentino and members of the Board of Trustees used Lander’s Spring Commencement Exercises…

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PC Releases Report and Actions Stemming from Feb. 11 Incident

  May 6, 2022

Presbyterian College released its report on the investigation surrounding the Feb. 11 racially charged incident that occurred on campus just before a lacrosse match against Howard University.The findings of the…

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Chief Operations Officer Jeff Salters announces retirement

  May 4, 2022

Lexington County School District One Superintendent Greg Little, Ed.D., announces that Jeffrey S. Salters, the district’s chief operations officer, plans to retire effective September 8, 2022. Of his retirement, Dr.…

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Boeing STEM Signing Day Recipients from LDHS

  May 4, 2022

Laurens Raiders Wesley Veal and Emma Clough have been selected to attend STEM Signing Day presented by Boeing. Only 2 students are selected from our Laurens County every year so…

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Clemson LIFE graduates 14

  May 2, 2022

The Clemson University Clemson LIFE program graduated 14 students during its recent commencement ceremony, which was held April 30 at NewSpring Church of Clemson. Clemson LIFE is a post-secondary education…

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Clemson Summer Scholars

  May 2, 2022

On April 27, 2022, twenty-six Clinton High Schools students were presented scholarships from GEAR-UP to attend Clemson Summer Scholar camps this summer in June and July. They will be attending…

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