South Carolina News Briefing

October 26

Seneca Journal, Oct. 26
Newest building at CU-ICAR officially opens

CU students team up with Arc of Oconee


The State, Oct. 25
SC’s pension debt is $40 billion, lawmakers told


USC agrees to reduce fees to build $50M football facility



   The Post and Courier   •   USA   •   Oct 26   •   12:00 am
Clemson and Zucker Grad Center: A winning team
early point, about 40 students are enrolled at the grad center. Clemson officials intend to eventually raise that enrollment to 200. In


   The Post and Courier   •   USA   •   Oct 25   •   06:15 pm
I-526 funding feud persists as discussion of Charleston rail project devolves into personal affronts
for its Navy base project includes: about 70 acres owned by Clemson University, which the railroad would acquire through condemnation; 11


   The Post and Courier   •   USA   •   Oct 25   •   05:55 pm
401k-type plan a possible pension alternative for state employees
plan,” Mennis said. Carlton Washington, director of the S.C. State Employees Association, said transitioning from a defined benefits plan


   WYFF   •   USA   •   Oct 25   •   05:22 pm
Clemson’s engineering program enrollment spike spurs talk of move to Greenville
college’s dean, Anand Gramopadhye, brought up an idea to members of Clemson‘s board of trustees to move the engineering program to CU-ICAR


   Upstate Business Journal   •   USA   •   Oct 25   •   02:54 pm
Clemson’s ICAR hires self-driving car researcher
Clemson University has hired two new academic “rock stars,” and one of them is conducting research on computer-driven vehicles. Venkat


   The Greenville News   •   USA   •   Oct 25   •   12:57 pm
Minor Shaw selected for Clemson’s EIA award
Clemson University’s Rutland Institute for Ethics Advisory Board has chosen Minor Shaw to receive the 2016 James F. Barker Ethics in Action


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