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?
We can hardly read a newspaper or magazine without seeing a headline focused on college debt and the burden it imposes on students and their families. For example, Fast Company has posted a number of articles highlighting individuals with post-graduation debt in excess of $100,000. As a nation, we are asking ourselves whether a bachelor’s degree is worth the debt often incurred and whether a college degree is really a worthwhile investment.
As deputy director of economic and cultural development for Taiwan, Hung will offer insights into the culture, economy, impact, and relations of Taiwan in his talk, "Why Taiwan Matters."
Senator Matthews is distinguished for his work to improve education at all levels as a way to advance the economic welfare of every citizen.
The scholarships, worth $1,000 each toward tuition, were awarded to public and private school students in the areas SAFE serves, based on financial need.
The recipients are recognized for their business and community leadership.
More voices are saying a subpar system is a threat to business, and corporate South Carolina should get behind educational improvements with a sense of urgency.
Tens of thousands of students look to UNCF for the support they need to help pay for tuition, textbooks, and other college costs.
Greener is the first individual to be memorialized with a statue on the university’s central campus.
Rigas said his vision is not just to oversee the daily operations of CU-ICAR but also to work closely with the industry and to listen what they have to say.