SCICU thanks Anderson University President Evans Whitaker, his team, meeting sponsors, and AVI FoodServices for their gracious hosting of SCICU’s Oct. 10 Board Meeting at the new Anderson University Trojan Field House and support of the Oct. 9 SCICU Trustee Reception at The Bleckley Inn. Please enjoy these photo journal highlights from both events.
Anderson University President Evans Whitaker (center, at mic) introduces AUthenticity to SCICU trustees and guests.
AUthenticity entertains SCICU trustees and guests at Oct. 9 reception.
PC President Anita Gustafson (L) and Erskine College President Steve Adamson (R)
(L-R) Charleston Southern University President Keith Faulkner, SCICU Trustee Kevin Short, and Anderson University President Evans Whitaker
(L-R) SCICU Trustee David Harrell and Columbia College President John Dozier
(L-R, foreground) SCICU Trustees Brad Love and Wade Kolb. (L-R background) SCICU Trustees Mark Felk and Brent Weaver
(L-R) SCICU Trustee John Ramsey and SCICU Vice President Emma Reabold
(L-R) SCICU past board chair Jerry Cheatham and SCICU trustee Mark Robbins
Abigail McGillis (center), a senior education major at North Greenville University, is the 2023 McLean-Smith SCICU Student of the Year. She is joined by North Greenville University President Gene Fant (L) and SCICU President & CEO Jeff Perez (R)
Eddie Shannon (Center), former SCICU Executive Vice President, was honored by SCICU Oct. 10 for his half century of higher education advocacy. Joining him for the presentation are SCICU President & CEO Jeff Perez (L) and SCICU Board Chair Lucy Grey McIver (R),
SCICU President & CEO Jeff Perez led trustees through a discussion on future advocacy needs at the Oct. 10 board meeting.
North Greenville University President Gene Fant presented the Council of Presidents Report to SCICU board members.
(L-R) SCICU past board chair Jerry Cheatham and SCICU trustee Danna Vetter
SCICU Board of Trustees meeting – Oct. 10 at Anderson University
Many thanks to gracious sponsors who supported SCICU’s board meeting events for Fall 2023.