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#YeahTHATAgenda: Top Workplaces Deadline, Greenville Little Theatre's Name Change, The I-77 International Megasite, Charleston Firm Wants to Build Trump's Wall

Jan 22, 2019 08:08AM ● By Chris Haire
Nominate Your Company as One of South Carolina's Top Workplaces: The nomination period for Greenville Magazine's annual Top Workplaces contest is this Friday, Jan. 25, but you still have plenty of time to nominate your firm. To nominate your company, visit Top Workplaces South Carolina. In the meantime, you can read more about the contest here.

Greenville Little Theatre changing its name, announces new season (Greenville News)

Cypress Gardens will re-open this spring – the story behind its long-awaited recovery (Post and Courier)

Silicon Valley’s Unbridled Optimism Gets Fresh Reality Check (WSJ)

Bank of America CEO Predicts Another Round of U.S. Bank Mergers (Bloomberg)

The Wire
Upstate Housing Market Forecast Luncheon Set For Tues. Jan. 22

Highlands Food & Wine Festival Selects Jeff Dezen Public Relations (JDPR) As Agency-Of-Record

Jervey Eye Group Expands With New Location In Greenville

S.C. Green Industry Association Annual Conference & Trade Show Coming To Columbia

EngenuitySC To Host Midlands Regional Competitiveness Week

SCBIO Announces 2019 Executive Committee For State’s Life Sciences Organization Board

James “Jim” Clements
Clemson University

Dr. Jim Clements has served as president of Clemson University for five years. Under his leadership, Clemson has broken records in admissions, enrollment, research funding, graduation and retention rates, athletic success, and private fundraising. In addition, Clemson is undergoing the largest construction boom in the history of the university, with more than $900 million in new construction completed or underway.
Clements is a nationally recognized leader in higher education, serving on the board of directors of the American Council on Education and on the executive committees for the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities, the Council on Competitiveness, and the Business Higher Education Forum. Clements holds a B.S. degree in computer science, as well as an M.S. degree and Ph.D. in operations analysis from the University of Maryland-Baltimore County, which awarded him an honorary doctorate in 2016. He also holds an M.S. degree in computer science from Johns Hopkins University.