Category Archives: Education

Limestone College Unveils Statue As Part of Prevatte Complex Dedication

Legendary football coach and educator Bob Prevatte officially has a forever home at Limestone College. A large crowd gathered near the Saints’ football practice facility for the dedication of Limestone’s Bob Prevatte Athletic Complex on Thursday, June 6. The highlight of the event was the unveiling of the Bob Prevatte statue at the community entrance…
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NGU Launches Center for Educational Leadership and Research to Expand Influence

[caption id="attachment_33336" align="alignnone" width="1800"] North Greenville University launches Center for Educational Leadership and Research Center to support public education, provide professional development, and advance the study of organizational leadership.[/caption] Tigerville, SC (June 6, 2019) What began as an idea to expand the influence of NGU, has resulted in the creation of The Center for Educational…
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Call for Summer Mentors From Benjamin Franklin Experience

[caption id="attachment_33306" align="alignnone" width="960"] Mentors and student celebrate graduation from the Bejamin Franklin Experience[/caption] Call for Summer Mentors From Benjamin Franklin Experience Program for Teens Seeks Accomplished Professionals to Share Their Career Triumphs and Challenges GREENVILLE, SC, June 6, 2019 — 27% of Greenville County high-school graduates were considered NOT ready for college or careers…
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Furman University Offers Major In Women’s, Gender And Sexuality Studies

GREENVILLE, S.C.—Furman University will begin offering a new major in women’s, gender and sexuality studies (WGSS). Currently available as a minor, the WGSS major will be offered to students for the first time in fall 2019. Speaking on behalf of the WGSS co-directors and oversight committee, WGSS Co-director Gretchen Braun said, “We are excited not…
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Presbyterian College Awarded Grant to Help Students Prepare for Careers

Presbyterian College has been selected to receive a NetVUE Vocation Across the Academy Grant to strengthen the link between the liberal arts and career preparation. “The grant allows us to move forward with interventions to help our students be career-ready after graduation,” says grant co-coordinator Kim Lane, associate director of students and director of career…
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Erwin Center, leading brands partner for Summer Scholars program

Students representing 10 colleges and universities are learning about the impact of strategic brand communication during the second annual Clemson University Erwin Center Summer Scholars program. The objective of the Summer Scholars initiative is to give students access to industry professionals and provide hands-on training to advance diversity in the field of brand communication. Students…
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Celebrate the start of summer with Sylvan Learning Center in Greenville

GREENVILLE, S.C. – I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream. Sylvan Learning Center to host an ice cream social Wednesday, June 5 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. The Greenville center, located at 150 Tanner Road, is celebrating the end of the year by indulging in everyone’s favorite summertime treat. Perspective students,…
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Miss America Organization and Sherman College Partner to Offer Scholarship Awards

Miss America Organization and Sherman College Partner to Offer Scholarship Awards Sherman College of Chiropractic and The Miss America Organization have announced the renewal of a full chiropractic scholarship available to all candidates who will compete in the 2020 Miss America Competition. Sherman College opens the door to the chiropractic profession for young women by…
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NGU Athletics Wins Conference Carolinas’ Ultimate Award

[caption id="attachment_33080" align="alignleft" width="300"] NGU Photo: From left: Dean of the College of Wellness & Sport Professions Dr. Jeff Briggs, NGU President Dr. Gene C. Fant, Jr., Associate Athletic Director/Athletic Giving Micah Sepko, and Athletic Director Jan McDonald.[/caption] Tigerville, SC (May 24, 2019) In conjunction with the Conference Carolinas spring meetings May 20-21, the Conference…
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Anderson University Expands Self-Paced Offerings; Online Nursing Degree Added to Flexible Degree Program

Anderson University is expanding an academic program that gives adult learners the option of taking self-paced courses toward earning a degree quickly—and affordably. A fully online nursing degree launches this fall, the latest addition to Anderson’s Flexible Degree Program—the first of its kind in South Carolina. Professionals returning to earn their bachelor’s degree bring a…
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