Brief One-Pagers about CORE SC's Partners and Activities
December 2022 – No. 9
CORE SC’s Working Groups
The CORE SC team created several working groups that advance
CORE SC’s many activities. These working groups harness the strengths of each
organization, capitalizing on their expertise and resources.
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November 2022 – No. 8
Puerto Rico and the NASA Space Grant Conference
CORE SC was invited to be a panelist at the National Council of Space Grant Directors’ Southeast Fall 2022 meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
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November 2022 – No. 7
What does an 18-mile stretch of highway in rural Western Georgia have to do with South Carolina? As it turns out, plenty!
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October 2022 – No. 6
NASA CORE SC Road Trip
CORE SC had the privilege of hosting NASA, USDA, EPA, NSF, and SBA to share with them our projects, partners, and process. This four-day tour included visits throughout the state to HBCUs and technical colleges, economic development offices, airports, innovative industries.
October 2022 – No. 5
When the team at CORE SC met Harold Singletary, there was little doubt we were in the presence of an charismatic leader who is eager to get things done. As a fifth-generation descendant of a freed slave and an accountant in a past life, Harold is putting his heritage and business experience to work.
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August 2022 – No. 4
What was one of your “life’s persistent questions” when you were in school?For Sam Norton, founder of Heron Farms located in downtown Charleston, it was: what if two of the 21st century’s largest problems, rising seawater levels and excess carbon dioxide, could be leveraged into next generation sustainable agriculture?
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August 2022 – No. 3
The Power of Partnerships
CORE SC takes the power of partnerships seriously. It’s where the magic happens. As it turns out, the State of South Carolina took notice of CORE SC’s model and awarded CORE SC with $1 Million
to fund innovative and resilience projects throughout the State.
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