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Leaders statewide hope this school year serves as a taxiway for that workforce development to take off. Officials say as many as 15 high schools are considering adopting the aerospace curriculum.
Tindall Corp. announced the appointment of David Britt to the position of vice president and general manager of the South Carolina division.
The grant creates the “Presidential Partners” initiative, which will use major gifts to ensure student success.
The STUDIO – the University of South Carolina Upstate’s student-run graphic-design agency – is working on a display comprising of photographs that portray healthy lifestyle choices, from diet to exercise.
Since 1947, the Greenville-based company has been an integral part of helping shape the Upstate and is responsible for some of the area’s best known buildings.
The softball field has won similar nationwide acclaim from the STMA twice, in 2006 and 2015.
Hubbell Lightning announces that two of its products received the School Planning & Management and College Planning & Management's annual New Product of the Year award.
Five areas of focus to help keep top talent
The new grants will help Greenville CAN complete comprehensive strategic planning.
Dr. Becky Campbell and Carol Burdette received the Burdette Leadership Award and the Welling Award for Regional Collaboration, respectively.