Jill Branyon, distinguished professor of education and coordinator of the mathematics secondary education program, collaborated on a book about new ways of teaching mathematics.
The Foundation for Geriatric Education has donated $4,150 to GTC to allow for the purchase of tools for the Nursing Assistant, Physical Therapist Assistant and Occupational Therapy Assistant programs.
Greenville parents and students are invited to attend a free event on Saturday that’s aimed at finding the college that’s right for you. The Upstate South Carolina National College Fair…
More than half of South Carolina’s college graduates stay in the state after graduation, according to data published by Emsi in October.
One in four people who have analaphylactic shock don't know they had a life-threatening allergy. Others who do know sometimes don't carry their prescribed epinephrine auto injectors. To help combat that, Furman installs epinephrine auto injector kits across campus.
South Carolina is one of the least affordable states for lower-income students to get a college education.
Money Magazine has come out with a new search tool to help high school students and their parents find colleges that fit the student’s interest and the family’s pocketbook.
Greenville will play a key role in the University of South Carolina Upstate’s plan to increase its enrollment to 10,000 students by 2030.
Housing rates and fees are also higher
Rigor in high school pays off for students who do not plan to go to college, according to a new report by the Center for Public Education Study.
Lockheed Martin Greenville Operations added $25,000 to an endowed fund established in 1995 to provide scholarships for Aircraft Maintenance Technology (AMT) students at Greenville Technical College.
“We’re getting all the kids to college. The next step is to keep them in college,” Brown said.
Sure, watching a football game sounds easy, but for a nervous sports fan such as myself, there are rules. If we’re talking about a game that means a lot to…
When Upstate college students return to classes after winter break, hundreds of them will be studying in foreign countries all across the world as part of study abroad programs.
Incidents at Clemson, USC, Furman and other S.C. colleges have drawn national attention, but experts warn that the problem is also prevalent in high schools and sports teams