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Pyramid Contracting, in collaboration with Orangeburg County, broke ground this week on the new Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College’s campus in Holly Hill. (Photo/Pyramid Construction)
May 15, 2024

Work begins on new Orangeburg-Calhoun Tech campus in Holly Hill

The campus will expand educational opportunities for residents in rural Orangeburg.

The 50,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art Arthur E. Brown Regional Workforce Training Center will be the second building on the TCL New River campus that spans Beaufort and Jasper counties. (Rendering/Technical College of the Lowcountry)
May 1, 2024

Construction begins on $26M workforce training center near Bluffton

The center will offer new and expanded programs in manufacturing, automated systems, logistics, business and entrepreneurship, computer technology and more.

Graduate students Nawraj Sapkota and Janak Basel work in the lab of Apparao Rao at the Clemson Nanomaterials Institute. (Photo/Clemson University)
Apr 24, 2024

How Clemson University research could affect your access to lithium ion batteries

While the availability of lithium iode batteries is expected to wane, researchers are looking to extend that supply by …

Vicky Wood will continue serving as president of an Ohio college until she takes over her new post at Trident Technical College in July. (Photo/John Sibhold)
Apr 17, 2024

Trident Technical College chooses new president

After a national search, the college has found someone to succeed the longtime Trident president …

The College of Charleston Board of Trustees has approved the creation of two new academic schools: the School of Engineering, Computing, and Mathematics and the School of Natural and Environmental Sciences. (Photo/File)
Apr 16, 2024

College of Charleston launches 2 new schools

The new schools will support the region’s growing high-tech, manufacturing and engineering industries.

Apr 3, 2024

Get to know College of Charleston’s new men’s basketball coach

The new coach has ties to the university where College of Charleston's former coach ended up.

B. Keith Faulkner is sworn in officially as the university’s president. He has been a Navy nuclear power plant operator, a lawyer and an educator. (Photo/Charleston Southern University)
Mar 27, 2024

Charleston college inaugurates one of its own as president

On the job since last summer, the university’s fourth president earned a bachelor’s degree at the school in …

The idea behind a new center at Charleston Southern University is to help international visitors and businesses acclimate to business and culture in the Charleston area. (Photo/DepositPhotos)
Mar 22, 2024

Charleston Southern opens new center to cultivate international business

The idea behind a new center at Charleston Southern University is to help international visitors and businesses acclimate …

Turning90’s job training includes functioning services in printing and logistics. The logistics program offers kitting and assembly services to businesses and organizations. The printing program includes a print shop that provides custom screen printing and embroidery. (Photo/Turn90)
Mar 14, 2024

South Carolina-wide Riley Institute award will go to reentry program for former inmates

The program will be recognized with the OneSouthCarolina Partners in Progress Award during …

Mar 12, 2024

Screenagers Film Series Tackles Mental Health in South Carolina Schools

Right now, record numbers of young people are dealing with unprecedented levels of stress, anxiety, anger, depression, and other mental health issues that can lead to negative — and often tragic — outcomes if not properly addressed. With that in mind, the Social Emotional Learning Alliance for South Carolina (SEL4SC) held mu[...]

Mar 11, 2024

Teach My People receives $30,000 grant from Power:Ed to boost college readiness program

PAWLEYS ISLAND, SC — Teach My People (TMP) has been awarded a $30,000 grant from Power:Ed, the philanthropy of SC Student Loan Corporation, to support middle and high school students in Pawleys Island and Georgetown with college readiness and career exploration programs. The funds will be used to support teacher salaries, prog[...]

Students at the Charleston School of Law grab a moment outdoors to talk about their studies at what the school hopes soon will be a nonprofit institution. (Photo/Charleston School of Law)
Mar 7, 2024

Association makes decision on Charleston School of Law non-profit status — what’s next

The step is a milestone in the school’s journey from financially troubled enterprise to nonprofit school …