Spartanburg, SC: On Thursday, November 9, Converse University was named a finalist for the InnoVision Education Award during a ceremony held at the historic 1208 Washington Place in downtown Columbia, South Carolina. This award recognizes innovative approaches to education in South Carolina that create new educational opportunit[...]
Tri-County Technical College and Anderson University signed an articulation agreement Sept. 19, outlining a new transfer program to support students who are looking to advance their education in business and other areas.
Spartanburg Community College is increasing its capacity to bring more nurses into the workforce.
A $100,000 grant will help the University of South Carolina Upstate cover tuition for eight aspiring teachers that will work for Spartanburg School District 2.
As preparing for the future workforce entails more technology such as digital transformation and artificial intelligence, an important question is: what is going to happen to the number of jobs?
An assistant professor of chemistry at Clemson University, has received a prestigious 2023 Beckman Young Investigators Award from the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation to support her research in quantum technology.
Five new tracks are in addition to the existing degree in accounting in the Department of Business and Accounting.
This will be Clemson's first professional school, with plans to enroll the first students in fall 2026 with the first class graduating in 2030.
Spartanburg Community College has received a $100,000 grant through Johnson Controls’ Community College Partnership Program that will be invested in training and educational opportunities for the college’s HVAC progam.
The University of South Carolina Upstate has partnered with Greenville Technical College to establish a “reverse transfer agreement” that allows students who transfer from a two-year technical or community college.
A national study conducted in 2020 found that only 20% of board members at private colleges or universities were minorities.
The Order of the Palmetto has been awarded to a college president who has made his mark on the state education scene but who also has played a key role in economic development for the Upstate and beyond