Columbia Real Estate Update 9-1-2011
TODAY'S HEADLINES / SEPT. 1, 2011
The maker of military combat rations will be making first strike rations, which are designed to be lighter in weight than traditional meals ready to eat, and with a higher caloric content.
Gene L. Dinkins, president of the engineering firm Cox and Dinkins Inc., is the new president-elect of the Clemson-based National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying.
The Main Street Marketplace will be held from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. in front of the Columbia Museum of Art at the corner of Hampton and Main Street.
The American Heart Association and American Stroke Association have recognized 13 health care facilities in South Carolina, including two hospitals in the Midlands, for quality care in standards and policies for heart failure and stroke programs.
The Greenville-based accounting, tax and consulting services firm has admitted seven new shareholders, bringing the total number of firm shareholders to 56. The new shareholders include Richard F. Hewitt Jr., a certified public accountant, in the firm’s Columbia office
Trident Technical College in Charleston is seeking a department head for behavioral and social sciences. The position requires a master’s degree in psychology or a master’s degree in a related social science field plus 18 graduate hours in psychology. Supervisory experience at the community college level and demonstrated success/experience in teaching psychology in traditional classroom and distance delivery modes is preferred. Learn more or apply here.
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