About 4,800 eighth grade students from Spartanburg, Union and Cherokee Counties taking part in second annual Upstate Career and College Showcase at SCC's Tyger River Campus
With the ribbon cutting at the Gene Haas Center for Manufacturing Innovation at CU-ICAR, Greenville Technical College officially started a new approach to advanced manufacturing education in Greenville County.
The 123,000-square-foot facility will include a 3,400-seat basketball arena and 500-seat volleyball court, and provide a 4,500 seats for non-athletic functions
One-night cinema event planned for Sept. 29. Theaters in Greenville, Spartanburg to participate.
Brian Brady takes the lead role at the GreenHouse in the George Dean Johnson Jr. College of Business and Economics
Science Café, the international grassroots movement promoting casual, understandable conversations with scientists, is coming to the Upstate.
Building the “Ultimate Driving Machine” requires the ultimate workforce. And Spartanburg County-based BMW Manufacturing Co. plans to take its associate training efforts to the next level.
A $70,000 gift by the Bosch Community Fund will create scholarships for students who are part of the Manufacturing Honors College at Greenville Technical College’s (GTC) Center for Manufacturing Innovation (CMI).
From the outside, Spartanburg Community College’s Center for Business and Entrepreneurial Development looks like another industrial complex along the county’s bustling Highway 290 corridor. But looks can be deceiving.
The USDA is providing a $481,000 grant to support a study at CU-ICAR that aims to develop ultra-strong bumpers from recycled trees.
The Greenville Chamber’s Leadership Greenville program has accepted 60 participants for its 43rd class. Participants were selected based on a thorough application process including essays, professional resume and community involvement.
Tata has pledged to fund five fellowships through his nonprofit charity Tata Trusts that will enable students from India’s PSG College of Technology to pursue doctorate degrees in automotive engineering at the ICAR campus.
As of Friday, Clemson University’s College of Business will stand on its own, a move that Dean Bobby McCormick said will enhance the school’s national reputation.
Anderson University announced Monday it has hired Steve Nail to serve as dean of its College of Business.
Through a partnership with the Greenville Tech Foundation, $35,000 will be awarded to six businesses in the Upstate.