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February 5, 2021: Law & Society: Sexual Abuse and Sex Trafficking: Protecting Children, Supporting Victims, and Seeking Justice. Event will be broadcast virtually to attendees.



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RECENT EVENTS
 

November 17Sixteenth Annual Upstate Diversity Leadership Awards

October 6Tenth Annual Dick and Tunky Riley WhatWorksSC Award

September 1, 8 and 15: StraightTalk

Check our calendar for all events at the Riley Institute including the Diversity Leaders Initiative and the Center for Education Policy and Leadership

 

 

 

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Sixteenth Annual Upstate Diversity Leadership Awards

Tuesday, November 17, 2020, 12 pm

Greenville Chamber’s Facebook page

Hosted by the Greenville Chamber and the Riley Institute at Furman in partnership with Upstate Chambers, this annual event honors individuals, schools, and organizations who exhibit leadership in promoting diversity in the Upstate. 

Congratulations to the the 2020 Upstate Diversity Leadership Awards winners! Click here to view the video from this event.

The 2020 Upstate Diversity Leadership Awards winners are:

Calder D. Ehrmann Outstanding Individual: Sean Dogan, Long Branch Baptist Church

K-12 School: William “Bill” T. Wylie Valued Lives Award for School Excellence: Tanglewood Middle School

Outstanding High School Student: Parker Egbert, Emerald High School

Outstanding College Student: Alyssa “Adare” Smith, Furman University

Outstanding Nonprofit Organization: Institute for Child Success

Outstanding BusinessMilliken



How the Center for Community Services is Adapting to Meet Community Need in the Era of COVID-19

The Riley Institute’s Planning and Evaluation Capacity Building Initiative (PECBI) empowers nonprofit organizations to foster a culture of organizational learning around data and evaluation. As community needs grow due to the pandemic, we’re asking our PECBI partners what they’ve learned as they’ve adapted their services in this challenging time.

In the fourth installment of our Q&A series, Impact in the Era of COVID-19, we speak with Andrew Ross, Executive Director of the Center for Community Services (CCS).

The Center for Community Services is a collection of nonprofits working together to ensure that people have the tools needed to reach self-sufficiency. We recognize the barriers people in poverty face are numerous and layered, so we offer a variety of programming to meet people wherever they are on their journey. Read More

See all Impact in the Era of COVID-19 interviews

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