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New grant will provide more than one million textbooks for 300 secondary schools
The Office of Sponsored Programs offer the following services in support of South Carolina State University faculty and staff who plan to conduct research or other sponsored projects funded by federal, state, or private agencies and organizations.
Project creates books for schools in need in sub-Saharan Africa
Alfred L. Johnson, keynote speaker for SC State Criminal Justice Banquet 2008
For nearly 60 years, SC State's Army ROTC Program has commissioned nearly 2,000 second lieutenants
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Colonel Antonio S. Coleman, ‘84, will serve as the distinguished speaker
SC State University's Career Center Sponsors Annual Career Fair
The lecture will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 7, at 12 p.m. in the 4th floor auditorium of Belcher Hal
“The Stanback” presents the Annabella Gonzalez Dance Theater April 16-19
SC State recently hired Dr. Richard P. Coe as the associate vice president of academic affairs
President Cooper and University officials travel to Zanzibar to deliver Chemistry textbooks
‘Officially Presenting Textbooks and Learning Materials to Zanzibar’
“Dare to Dream”
Dr. Calvin Mackie motivational speaker, entrepreneur will speak to SC State scholars
SC State University to conduct national search for new leadership
12 p.m., Belcher Hall fourth floor auditorium
SC State Research Team Documents Green Technology Value for Pollution Cleanup at Savannah River Site
Dr. Ethel Jones also awarded as Outstanding Family and Consumer Sciences Professional.
Features Rick C. Wade, vice president of business development for Palmetto GBA
Brigadier General V. Nolen Bivens, ‘78, will deliver keynote address at commissioning ceremony
Fall 2006 commencement ceremonies
Presents 648,000 Mathematics and Chemistry Textbooks and Learning Materials to Zanzibar
SC State's Small Business Development Center Establishes Growth in Staggering Economy
First-in-the nation debate to air live from SC State, April 26, by NBC News
SC State University receives a grant to continue the textbooks and learning materials program