The Riley Institute
Named for two-time South Carolina governor and former U.S. Secretary of Education Dick Riley, Furman University’s Richard W. Riley Institute advances social and economic progress in South Carolina and beyond by building leadership for a diverse society, hosting expert speakers to broaden perspectives on critical issues, supporting public education, and creating knowledge through community solutions-focused research.
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Latest Riley Institute News
The White-Riley-Peterson (WRP) Policy Fellowship is equipping 19 newly-selected leaders in the field of afterschool and expanded learning with a real-world understanding of policymaking.Continue Reading >
Current, a national news outlet for public media professionals, highlighted the Public Media Diversity Leaders Initiative in an online article published on August 30.Continue Reading >