Bob Jones University will serve as the training site for the Greenville Triumph Soccer Club under a partnership reached between the university and the club, the team, and school have announced.

The club will utilize the soccer fields as well as dedicated space to house a locker room, coaching offices and a players' lounge. The Triumph and BJU are finalizing plans for improvements to the space to better serve both the club and the university's athletic programs.

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Washington Center Adapted Science Teacher, Jamie Taber and students are pictured selling healthy, organic foods through the school’s environmentally friendly Seagull Sustainability Shop.
Washington Center Adapted Science Teacher, Jamie Taber and students are pictured selling healthy, organic foods through the school’s environmentally friendly Seagull Sustainability Shop.

Washington Center’s Adaptive Environmental Science teacher, Jamie Taber was awarded the Champion of the Environment major grant winner, receiving $2,400 for establishing the school’s Sustainable Seagulls project.  The project focuses on teaching students to reduce waste through upcycling, turning “trash into treasure,” to help reduce the carbon footprint. Through the grant an online and in-house store, Seagull Sustainability Shop in which plants and edible greens are raised and sold to help raise funds for the school.  Art teacher, Amanda Wakely also contributes to the project by helping students to turn recycled items into handmade crafts. A commercial will soon be aired in Columbia, SC featuring this project!

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GREENVILLE, S.C. (January 30, 2019) — In a press conference at University Center Greenville, Bob Jones University today announced its membership in University Center and the location of its new School for Continuing, Online and Professional Education (SCOPE) at that facility.

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Bob Jones University will announce its  membership in University Center Greenville Wednesday, Jan. 30, during a press conference at the University Center beginning at 2 p.m. Executives from BJU and the University Center will participate in the press conference.

In conjunction with the membership announcement, BJU will celebrate the grand opening of its School for Continuing, Online, and Professional Education (SCOPE), which it is locating at University Center. An open house of the new facility will be held from 1:30—5 p.m. 

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Tim Brashier Campus at Greer print

Tigerville, SC - North Greenville University is now expanding its presence in Greer, SC, to open up even more opportunities for adult learners in the city and beyond.

Travelers Rest philanthropist Dr. T. Walter Brashier and his wife, Christine, have gifted the university with the 17,225-square-foot building at 199 Hunt St. in Greer, located adjacent to NGU’s existing Tim Brashier Campus.

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David Kim

David Kim, concertmaster of The Philadelphia Orchestra, returns to Bob Jones University to perform Vivaldi's Four Seasons with members of the BJU Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Dr. Michael Moore. The concert will be held Thursday, Jan. 31, at 8 p.m. in War Memorial Chapel on the BJU campus.

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John Fea

Tigerville, SC – North Greenville University will host its inaugural Boggs-Hickson Lecture on Tuesday, Feb. 5 at 7 p.m. in Hayes Ministry Center on the NGU campus. Dr. John Fea, a professor of American History at Messiah College in Grantham, PA, and a distinguished lecturer with the Organization of American Historians, will present his lecture “Was America Founded as a Christian Nation?”

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