Converse College is reflecting on its heritage and exploring the work still ahead with a year-long series, Celebrating Courage & Charting the Future: Commemorating 50 Years of Black Women at Converse.
Paul L. Thomas has received the 2019 Divergent Award for Excellence in 21st Century Literacies for his collection of essays “Critical Media Literacy and Fake News in Post-Truth America,” co-edited by Christian Z. Goering.
The honor is presented by NSEE and funded by The Washington Center for Academic Internships and Seminars in memory of Washington Center founder William M. Burke.
Recognized as a transformational leader in the corporate and federal sectors, Phyllis Perrin Harris is senior vice president and general counsel for legal operations for Walmart Stores, Inc.
Converse College welcomes four new members to its Board of Trustees.
Elliott Davis announces that three Greenville-based members of its professional services team have achieved shareholder status.
Greenville Business Magazine’s Best & Brightest 2018, presented by Furman University, honors 37 young professionals who are outstanding in their communities and careers.
Celebrated site-selection firm McCallum Sweeney closes its doors
Whitworth’s accomplishments as director of economic development and most recently deputy city manager include implementing an award-winning downtown revitalization strategy, managing the Greenville Local Development Corporation, creating public/private partnerships that have attracted more than $980 million in capital investment, and streamlining the city’s business permitting process.
The awards, now in their fifteenth year, honor men and women who have had extraordinary careers at some of the country’s most prominent law firms and other legal institutions, and whose public service contributions have had far-reaching impact.