The Anderson Institute of Technology will host a free Mark Cuban Foundation Artificial Intelligence Bootcamp for high school students this fall.
Now enthusiastic Furman fans can really get in the “spirits.” Borrowing its name from a line in a Paladins cheer, a new private-label straight bourbon whiskey is available to fans and supporters of the Greenville universit
Furman University plans to raise $426 million to kick off its third century as an institution, which begins in 2026.
The executive director of the new center Stern has developed strategic relationships with Global Leadership Services in Spartanburg, UX Design Institute in Dublin, Ireland and Peak Performance in Richmond, Va.
The school will open for the 2023-24 school year with 700 students in grades K-6, with the project creating over 60 new jobs.
Here's how the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research is preparing the next generation of automotive engineers through university, industry and government collaboration.
Researchers expect to develop software and hardware that will be designed as a defense against cyberattack within the transportation industry.
The new school is expected to better position Clemson for innovation and education in a number of areas, including advanced manufacturing and mobility.
A science and project-based enrichment center was a vision that had sat on Preston Spratt’s computer since 2011. Other job opportunities had left that vision falling to the wayside — temporarily.
SC Endeavors awarded Spartanburg Community College’s early care and education program $22,500 to support the program’s mission of educating students entering the in-demand field of early childhood education.
Mark and Kathryn Richardson are making a $10 million gift to support scholarships for Clemson University students. Mark Richardson, a 1983 Clemson graduate and member of the 1981 national championship football team, is a university tr
Spartanburg Community College honored S.C. Rep. Rita Allison and former Spartanburg County Commission on Technical and Community Education chairman W. Bruce Johnson with inductions to the College’s Wall of Fame on Oct. 6. &ldquo