The elephant in the room is uncertainty over just how much oil or gas might be out there. It's generally accepted that not a whole lot of oil lies off South Carolina. There are two types of natural gas fields, the commercially extracted "drier" fields and frozen methane fields that are found off South Carolina,
Charleston Mayor Joe Riley and College of Charleston President George Benson go door to door on Coming Street to encourage college students to fill out their 2010 Census forms. The neighborhood was chosen because of its low rate of forms returned. http://www.postandcourier.com/news/2010/apr/20/making-it-count/
Research programs in South Carolina will receive a $6.4 million boost from federal grants, U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham announced Monday. The University of South Carolina Research Foundation, the Medical University of South Carolina, the College of Charleston, Coastal Carolina University and Clemson University will receive a combined $6.4 million from the National Science Foundation, the
Charleston Mayor Joe Riley was walking door to door to get folks to return their censuses. The mayor placed door fliers on residences in an area where returns for the census forms have been low. The mayor was joined by College of Charleston President George Benson...he wants to get College of Charleston students to return
Mayor Joe Riley and College of Charleston President George Benson kicked off a campaign to alert students of their responsibility to fill out and return a Census form. The mayor and president went door-to-door and talked to students who answered, and hung reminders on doors of those who didn’t. Read full article.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (WIS) - Sen. Lindsey Graham announced more than $6.4 million in grants for Clemson University, Coastal Carolina University, College of Charleston, Medical University of South Carolina, and University of South Carolina Research Foundation. The grants were awarded by the National Science Foundation, the Department of Health and Human Services, and the Department of
A diverse set of films earned top honors in the 2010 Student Film Festival.
You're looking at the Navy Blue Angels performing aerial acrobatics for thousands of spectators in South Carolina. I always see this at Jones Beach on long island on Memorial Day. Capped off Charleston's Navy week. The event attracted big name politicians like Republican Senator Lindsay Graham and Senator John McCain both veterans. My wife was
Mayor Joe Riley and College of Charleston President George Benson kicked off a campaign to alert students of their responsibility to fill out and return a Census form. The mayor and president went door-to-door and talked to students who answered, and hung reminders on doors of those who didn’t. http://www2.counton2.com/cbd/news/local/article/mayor_riley_goes_door-to-door_asking_students_to_fill_out_the_census/130796/
Many districts rely on word-of-mouth recommendations on new programs, and WhatWorksSC will give them access to more research and information, said Paula Egelson, director of the College of Charleston's Center for Partnerships to Improve Education. "You change the conversation in terms of how you make a decision," she said. http://www.postandcourier.com/news/2010/apr/19/education-victories-tallied/