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  • Staff of 1890 Research and Extension Participate in Joint 1890 Conference

  • 1890 Research & Extension Background

  • 1890 Research & Extension brings farmers market to SC State’s campus

  • 1890 Research & Extension Summer Camp Fair

  • SC State’s 1890 Research & Extension Program offers grant writing workshop in Orangeburg

  • Statewide Mobile Technology Center tour to promote computer literacy

    SC State’s 1890 Research & Extension kicks off tour in Orangeburg

  • Teens build their own PCs at SC State 1890 Extension’s TechBridge Summer Camp

    1890 Extension rewarded more than 60 students with brand new computers - built by the the students

  • 1890 Research awards $1.5M to SC State faculty researchers

  • Inaugural 1890 Leadership Institute trains 18 to lead SC communities

  • President Cooper, Robert Phillips receive ARD leadership award

    President Cooper and Robert Phillips Jr. receives award from the Association of Research Directors.

  • FDIC Money Smart program helps adults gain financial confidence

    Presented by 1890 Research & Extension in partnership with the FDIC

  • 1890 entrepreneurship expo could prompt S.C. teens to save holiday gift money

    Dec. 13 expo features on-the-spot admissions and scholarships fair

  • 1890 Extension Program TechBridge Summer Computer Camp

    Summer Computer Camp “Bridges the Gap in the Digital Divide” in Anderson, Charleston, Hampton and Or

  • 1890 land-grant universities to confront issues plaguing nation’s disadvantaged communities

  • 1890 Research & Extension offers Small Business Workshops in Jasper County area

  • 1890 Research & Extension opens Eastwood tutoring site

    Volunteers needed to help students

  • 1890 Research & Extension to offer new ceramics class

  • 1890 Research and Extension conference to focus on rural at-risk youth

    Sen. John W. Matthews Jr. to serve as keynote speaker

  • 1890 Research and Extension offers non-profit workshops

  • 1890 Research and Extension's Community Education Classes Underway

  • Dr. Cooper Engages Institutions in Council of 1890 Universities Summer Meeting

  • International media covers 1890 research

  • Mosely, ‘00, named Communications Coordinator for 1890 Research and Extension

  • New 1890 Extension Center named for S.C. Senator John W. Matthews Jr.

    SC State names one of its newest facilities for an alumnus and distinguished statesman

  • SC State Appoints New Administrator for 1890 Research Program

  • SC State University's President Appointed to Chair the Council of 1890 Universities

  • SC State, 1890 offer lessons in money management for youth ages 9 to 15

    MiniMoguls Camp Money will be held on July 16-20, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Felton Laboratory School

  • USDA/1890 National Scholars Program Guarantees Career after College

  • Youth from Orangeburg, surrounding counties to experience Bulldog Tenacity

  • Felks elected president of S.C. chapter of Epsilon Sigma Phi

  • SC State experiences land alumna on desired career path

  • $153,782 grant will develop new small farm cooperatives in S.C.

  • Free Keyboarding Classes

    Sept. 17 - Oct. 15. Presented by 1890 Research and Extension

  • Free Keyboarding Classes for Seniors

    Sept. 18 - Oct. 16. Presented by 1890 Research and Extension

  • S.C. teens build personal computer as part of summer academy

    Program seeks to increase computer literacy in state

  • SC State researcher’s study on global bankruptcy accepted for international business conference

  • Entrepreneurship camp fosters business ownership among youth

    The camp begins on July 21,and is open for students ages 9 to 18.

  • SC State geneticist presents research at NSF-funded program at Delaware State

  • Rural Entrepreneurial Program receives $99,000 grant for business development

  • Eat Fresh Farmers Market returns to SC State

  • Orangeburg Technology Center Students finish strong at National Science Bowl

  • SC State offers free keyboarding classes

  • SC State's 1890 Research & Extension Program to host USDA's AgDiscovery

  • SC State camp readies Charleston County students for third grade

  • SC State researcher to present study on real-time flood system at IEEE symposium

  • President Cooper to speak at SC State’s Fall Commencement Ceremony

    SC State's Commencement Ceremony will be held on Saturday, Dec. 13, 2008 at 9 a.m. in S-H-M.

  • ServSafe® training available for food preparers

  • Small Business Workshop Series Offered in Orangeburg, Dillon

  • Discovered bacteria may clean contaminated soils

  • Maximum $18,000 available for prospective first-time home buyers

    NCO CDC seeks to increase homeownership in S.C.

  • SC State receives $1.6M in USDA funding

  • SC State officials to launch "$50M by 2015" research initiative at research forum

  • SC State's summer Health and Wellness Camp focuses on obesity and diabetes in rural SC teens

  • Homeland security research presentation earns student first place at PAWC

  • Real-time flood monitoring system expected to help state's first-responders and save lives

  • Salads preferred choice for Orangeburg teens

    SC State research links healthy eating and academic performance

  • SC State kicks off the Fall 2008 Business Executive Series

    The first speaker for the fall 2008 Business Speaker Series will be President George E. Cooper

  • Sligh-DeWalt, Jacobs receive research award at national conference

    A paper submitted to a national confernce by a SC State professor, graduate student receives award.

  • SC State logistics research to address the high cost of getting biofuel to the pumps

  • Frequent use of certain candles produces unwanted chemicals

    Possible link to health risks and indoor air pollution

  • S.C. Extension Advisory Council elects first executive board member from SC State University

    Kevin Gadsden is the first committee member from SC State to serve on the executive board council

  • Dr. Marguerite Garvey to Speak at Faculty Brown Bag Lecture Series

  • SC State alumna, Erica Alcox to speak during Biennial Reunion

    The reunion brings together SC State's Family and Consumer Sciences and Agriculture alumni

  • SC State’s Agribusiness Program to host Agribusiness Institute

    Agribusiness Institute to promote careers in Agribusiness

  • SC State exceeds $15M for first mid-year goal of ‘$50M by 2015’ research initiative

  • SC State's CDC makes homeownership possible for single working parents

  • “FAFSA Saturday” to teach college-bound students how to pay for school

  • Dr. Charlotte Hamilton to speak at "Lunch and Learn" Training Session

    Initiative designed to increase the awareness of academic needs of students with disabilities.

  • Mini Moguls Camp Money photo gallery available

  • National Association of Black Social Workers’ President to Highlight African History at SC State

  • Resource Referrals for RFA

  • SC State faculty detects trace amount of radioactive materials in Orangeburg

  • SC State professor's research could help with oil cleanups

  • SC State University’s Miller F. Whittaker Library Prepares for Smart Classroom

  • Tiller and Padgett promoted to Captains in SC State University Police Department

  • Charlotte Hamilton Addresses Psychological Distress Factors Among College Students

  • Eleven SC State Faculty and Staff Members Inducted into the Quarter Century Club

  • SC State to host a Hip Hop Symposium ~ April 15-16

    Hip-Hop Symposium of knowledge, lectures panel discussion and an open mic

  • SCSU: High stakes, high endeavors (Editorial)

    Editorial reprinted from The Times and Democrat, July 26, 2002

  • SC State University Continues to Observe Black History Month

  • David Banner to speak at 2nd Hip Hop Symposium at SC State

    The theme for this year’s Symposium will be “Black on Black Crime.”

  • Glover Hickson IV to receive SC State's first MBA degree

  • President Hugine to launch “President's Health Initiative"

    On this Friday, October 6, SC State President Andrew Hugine Jr. will lead the University community i

  • SOUTH CAROLINA STATE PRESIDENT JOINS UNIVERSITY DELEGATION TO STRENGTHEN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Thirteen Year Old to Assist Deserving Student

    “One Individual Can Change the World”

  • Deputy Administrator for U.S. Defense Programs visits SC State

    Robert Smolen recently visited the James E. Clyburn University Transportation Center

  • Dr. Fields Elected to the Board of Directors for the American Association of Blacks in Higher Ed

  • Dr. M. Evelyn Fields Among Recipients of the Best Paper Award at AAFCS Conference

  • SC State Announces Vice President for Research, Economic Development, and Public Service Finalists

    Interviews begin on Wednesday, July 15, 2009.

  • SC State research to improve pesticide practices of state’s food industry

    $350,000 grant funds new study

  • SC State scientist reports decrease in radiation levels

  • SC State seeking research status, more grants

  • SC State University Celebrates 114 Years of Rich Heritage During Founders’ Day Convocation

  • SC State’s Agribusiness Summer Camp attracts South Carolina High School Students

    22 high school juniors and seniors representing five area high schools attended the summer camp.

  • Noble Leader Receives Prestigious Nursing Award

  • SC State names Wright new James E. Clyburn University Transportation Center executive director

  • SC State University’s #1 Social Mobility Ranking Proven True Through Senior’s Success

  • “Achieving a Lifetime of Goals” Dr. Leola Adams Named First Female Dean Emeritus