How to make fueling semi-trucks with used cooking oil not only an environmentally-friendly business idea, but also a profitable one had high school students Jacob Spangler and Peyton Oswald doing some extensive research.
The two were teamed up in a “Shark Tank” activity at the first Business & Leadership Academy hosted by the CIU School of...
Doug Gilmer says he watched a lot of the TV police show Starsky and Hutch when he was growing up, and knew from an early age he wanted to be in law enforcement. His dream came true. Today he holds the important position of assistant special agent in charge for Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) in Alabama, focusing on the issue of human trafficking in the United States. He is also...
Jalen Brinson is more than a Columbia International University Rams basketball player. During the annual Hoop for Hope CIU Basketball Camp, Brinson called himself “a big brother” and “good friend” to the young...
A 1996 graduate of Columbia International University is in the business of helping businesses succeed. Jody Deming, who lives in the Upstate of South Carolina, founded Bottlecap Creative House with... Read More
You’ve heard of “Occupy Wall Street.” But you’ve probably never heard of “Occupy Fleece.” It was more of a party, than a protest. On Jan. 17, the G. Allen Fleece Library at Columbia International... Read More
Columbia International University has announced the appointment of Jennifer L. Booth as university registrar. She begins her duties Feb. 1.Booth comes to CIU from Southeastern Baptist Theological... Read More
You’ve heard of “Occupy Wall Street.” But you’ve probably never heard of “Occupy Fleece.” It’s more of a party, than a protest. On Jan. 17, the G. Allen Fleece Library at Columbia International... Read More
All Living CIU Presidents Now Active at the UniversityDr. Johnny Miller, who served as the fourth president of Columbia International University from 1991 to 1999, has returned to CIU as a professor... Read More
One of the longest-living graduates of Columbia International University went home to be with the Lord on Dec. 29. Mary Elizabeth “Lib” McMurray was 102 years old. McMurray was member of the class... Read More
Workers are putting finishing touches to the renovations of the G. Allen Fleece Library at Columbia International University. A fire in the library in May 2010 caused extensive smoke damage... Read More
The pastor of a Columbia area church is celebrating the Christmas season - and his church's recent affiliation with a denomination. Jaye Morgan, who graduated from Columbia International University... Read More
By Abbey Le RoyCIU Student WriterA man who took an Atlanta diner and transformed it into the second largest fast-food chicken restaurant chain in the United States, was recognized with the honorary... Read More
The winner of a full-tuition scholarship from Columbia International University (CIU) in Columbia, S.C. is a prayer leader at his church, chaplain of the National Honor Society at his high school,... Read More
Distinguished Columbia International University Alumna Wilma J. Cross (class of ’69), is being recognized for her effective ministry among prisoners in Chile, South America. Her Distinguished Alumna... Read More
Christian singer/songwriter Laura Story, a 2003 graduate of Columbia International University, has been nominated for a Grammy Award. Story’s song “Blessings,” which she wrote and recorded, is one... Read More