Ignite! 2014 Winner Webgyrlz Code Aims to Attract Girls to Coding
Lower Richland High School Earns AdvancED STEM Certification
LRHS first school to earn esteemed accreditation in Richland One
2014 Ideas Contest winner Webgyrlz Code grabs attention
2014 Ignite! Ideas Contest winner Shambi Broome of Webgyrlz Code has been drawing attention to her program focused on web coding and training aimed at young girls. Watch the clip!
USC Economists: Midlands Lacks Competitive Industry Sector in South Carolina
EngenuitySC Announces Winner of $5,000 Ideas Contest at Ignite! 2014 Celebration
An energized crowd of hundreds of Midlands leaders and innovators chose Shambi Broome of Webgyrlz Code to win the $5,000 Ideas Contest, sponsored by Wells Fargo, at Ignite! 2014.
Mayor Benjamin and USC President Pastides announce EngenuitySC’s Midlands Regional Competitiveness Report
The report analyzes economic competitiveness in the Greater Columbia area, as compared with that of eight other metropolitan regions in the Southeast.
Which Entrepreneurship Contest Can I Enter During Global Entrepreneurship Week in the Midlands?
EngenuitySC's Ignite Ideas Contest or USC's Proving Ground?
Magazine Ranks S.C. #3 in Top States To Do Business
National PTA recognizes Lower Richland High School as School of Excellence