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Retrieved from The Times & Democrat
SC State University to conduct national search for new leadership
South Carolina State University soon will have an impact on the education of an entire nation.
SC State embarks on a new era today. Welcome, Dr. Cooper. And thank you, Dr. McIntyre.
S.C. State keeper of James Brown’s memorabilia, Brown exhibit opens in October
Project creates books for schools in need in sub-Saharan Africa
‘Officially Presenting Textbooks and Learning Materials to Zanzibar’
As a public broadcasting facility, the station provides timely information and events within the Orangeburg, Calhoun and Bamberg county areas through interviews and public service announcements.
SC State Officials Travel to Tanzania to begin Phase II of the Textbook & Learning Materials Program
SC State University receives a grant to continue the textbooks and learning materials program
The Chinese Culture Center selected the students to participate in the 2010 Teach English Internship
South Carolina State University owns and operates WSSB FM. This facility serves as a laboratory for broadcasting courses and affords the students the opportunity to put theory into practice.
Dr. George E. Cooper appointed to serve SC State University
Presents 648,000 Mathematics and Chemistry Textbooks and Learning Materials to Zanzibar
President Cooper and University officials travel to Zanzibar to deliver Chemistry textbooks
The Office of University Relations & Marketing provides many services to the SC State campus
Orangeburg Massacre 40th Commemoration
Interviews begin on Wednesday, July 15, 2009.
Planetarium will feature Astronomy of the Ancient Maya
Inaugural week to focus on academic excellence
New group of students aims to change the negative perception surrounding Orangeburg
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New grant will provide more than one million textbooks for 300 secondary schools
Designed to provide access to technology and other educational and development needs.
The Project helps students enhance their reading, writing, and math skills through rigorous tutoring
Dr. Cooper steps into role as SC State's 10th President
Robert Smolen recently visited the James E. Clyburn University Transportation Center
Robotics Competition Gets Students Excited About Engineering
Essay on African American History selected in nationwide competition featuring Dr. Maya Angelou
SC State will host a premiere of the hour-long documentary film, “The Marines of Montford Point: Fig
Parade, Film Festival, Forum series planned
Scholarships to Outstanding Achievers