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 Dupree Day” for their contributions to the community and culture of Charleston. Read more.

Russell Booker (Upstate, Fall 2009), executive director of the Spartanburg Academic Movement, received the Order of the Palmetto at the dedication ceremony for the recently named Dr. Russell Booker Atrium. Read more.

Clay Middleton (Lowcountry, Fall 2017), South Carolina Democratic strategist, joined President-elect Joe Biden’s transition team as House legislative advisor. Read more.

Deb Richardson-Moore (Upstate, Spring 2010), former executive director of Triune Mercy Center, received the United Housing Connections’ 2020 humanitarian award. Read more.

Hope Rivers (Midlands, Spring 2019) was named president of Piedmont Technical College. Read more.

Paige Stephenson (Upstate, Fall 2019) leads United Way of the Piedmont, which received the InnoVision COVID-19 Service Award. Read more.

Mary Thornley (Lowcountry, Fall 2015), president of Trident Technical College, received the Order of the Palmetto from Governor Henry McMaster. Read more.

Steve Woodward (Lowcountry, Fall 2015) is now Chief People Officer (CPO) for Imperial Logistics. Read more.

Join us virtually on February 5 for the thirteenth annual Law & Society symposium, presented by the Riley Institute and the Charleston Law Review. Experts will discuss the complexities and nuances of sexual abuse and exploitation law. Learn more and register.