Brian Powell holds the Fjeld Professorship in Nuclear Environmental Engineering and Science at Clemson University.
Clemson President James Clements addressed students at both ceremonies, encouraging them to take the values Clemson strives to instill with them into the next chapter of their lives.
Almost 50 graduates were dually enrolled at MTC and their high schools and received MTC certificates and degrees during the ceremony.
Newberry College hosted its spring commencement ceremony for the Class of 2018, celebrating the accomplishments of 141 graduates.
Students can earn two degrees in four years and in their third year possess the tools and credentials needed to work as an RN.
About half of all enslaved Africans brought to this country in the late 1700s and early 1800s passed through Gadsden’s Wharf on the Cooper River – making it an ideal location to tell the story of slavery and early African-American history in the United States.
That story and many more will unfold as the International African American Museum is constructed in the coming months. A ground breaking for the $100 million project is expected this summer with an opening date in 2020.
S.C. STEM Signing Day recognizes students from across the state who have pursued STEM education during their high school tenure and plan to continue their STEM education at two and four-year colleges.
Walters, a Citadel alumnus and a career aviator, was one of four highly decorated military leaders who were finalists for president.
Page has led efforts to boost promotion rates, test scores, and college and career readiness through dual enrollment coursework, AP classes, and increased honors offerings.
In South Carolina there is hue and cry over the possibility of the ecological damage that can come with offshore drilling. But what is the hue and cry over the endowments in the major universities, the direct beneficiaries of successful oil exploration, both inland and offshore?