News release: First-ever statewide class graduates from the Riley Institute’s award-winning diversity program
Upon graduating from the Riley Institute’s Diversity Leaders Initiative (DLI) inaugural statewide class on December 17, 46 leaders from across the state have new tools and perspectives to help leverage
Riley Fellows in the News: December 9, 2020
Jack Bass (Lowcountry, Fall 2011) and Nathalie Dupree (Lowcountry, Fall 2012) were honored by Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg (Lowcountry, Fall 2014), who proclaimed November 24 as “Jack Bass and Nathalie
Riley Fellows in the News: November 24, 2020
33 of the 54 members of the Creating a Safer Upstate Discovery Committee are Riley Fellows. The Discovery Committee, a Ten at the Top initiative, promotes collaboration among stakeholders to
Riley Fellows in the News: November 11, 2020
Tony Bartelme (Lowcountry, Fall 2018), senior projects reporter with The Post and Courier, was named South Carolina Press Association’s Journalist of the Year. Read more. J.R. Green (Midlands, Spring 2019),
News release: Quality Counts of Spartanburg First Steps wins statewide WhatWorksSC Award
Quality Counts, a Spartanburg First Steps program, received the 2020 Dick and Tunky Riley WhatWorksSC Award during a virtual celebration of South Carolina public education presented by Furman University’s Riley
Riley Fellows in the News: October 2, 2020
21 of the 32 members of the newly formed Racial Equity and Economic Mobility (REEM) Commission are Riley Fellows. A joint effort by the Greenville Chamber of Commerce, United Way