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South Carolina State University is consistently among the national leaders in producing African-American students.
Changing the Perception Inc. aims to implement change through community service projects.
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.
MUSC's Associate Dean for Clinical Research Speaks During SC State's Faculty Brown Bag Lecture Serie
35 Wachovia and 66 Wal-Mart scholarships available; July 15 deadline
SC State's 1890 Research and Extension service is a multi-tiered organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for all people. From methodical research projects for the betterment of agriculture to technology and wellness operations in limited resources area across South Carolina, 1890 constitutes an enormous portion of SC State's outreach activities.
New group of students aims to change the negative perception surrounding Orangeburg
SC State & Colorado State University partner to address culture and ethnic issues
Diverse group aims to build excellence, expand opportunities
The Technology, Training and Transfer program is designed to provide technical training and information to public agencies and institutions in South Carolina and the nation.
Dr. Bobbie Jean Perdue is the new director of the Department of Nursing
Educators from SC public schools will visit as part of a 12-stop tour of SC public colleges
SC State will honor the 111th anniversary of its establishment at its annual Founders’ Day convocati
SC State, Claflin and OC Tech Career Centers Strive to Combat Soaring Unemployment Rate
Volunteers needed to help students
Application Deadline is May 20; 15 full scholarships available
Stinson will be speaking on “Preparing to enter the Global Market.”
New initiative provides expanded reach and quick access to books from S.C. libraries
The SC State chapter of Sigma Pi Sigma was chartered on April 21, 2009.
Dr. Arnold Murdock, Director of the Office of Extended Studies will be speaking
Applications must be returned by May 21, 2009.
U.S. Congress eliminates NYSP funding from federal budget
Dr. Robert T. Barrett is the new dean of the College of Business and Applied Professional Sciences
A Retrospective: Endless possibilities in clay, plastic, wood, wax and bronze ~ Feb. 17 to Feb. 29
Drs. Lemuel and Patricia Patterson, '07
Retrieved from WISTV.com
Reprinted from the SC Statehouse Report
Higher Education Reporters from around the State of South Carolina attended the Symposium.
SC State's Dr. John B. Williams and Dr. Denise Grant presented seminars at 'Technology Day' 2008.
Dr. Cassandra Sligh-DeWalt's lecture, “Finding the Researcher within You.”
The Inauguration will be held on Friday, March 27, 2009 at 11 am in the(SHM) Memorial Center.
1890 Extension rewarded more than 60 students with brand new computers - built by the the students
Two students honored at national transportation conference
SC State celebrates 100 years of Bulldog Football, Nov. 9
“The Stanback” presents the Annabella Gonzalez Dance Theater April 16-19
Reprinted from The Times and Democrat
Johnson’s discussion topic will be "Land Sales and Capital Investments: Marketing Strategies."
SC State Research Team Documents Green Technology Value for Pollution Cleanup at Savannah River Site
“White Cane Day” promotes awareness about the lives of the blind and visually impaired.
SC State will kick off its Spring 2007 Executive Speaker Series on Wednesday, Jan. 24
Reprinted from Focus on SC State University
Program seeks to increase computer literacy in state
Ricoma was nominated by more than 40 student members of SC State’s chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi.
Zachary Delano Middleton Encourages His Peers to Believe in Greatness!
SC State will host a premiere of the hour-long documentary film, “The Marines of Montford Point: Fig