August 8, 2014
Insurance for the Unemployed
Tasked with overhauling North Carolina’s unemployment insurance system, Assistant Secretary Dale Folwell of the Division of Employment Security at the North Carolina Department of Commerce believes the state’s decision to become the first in the nation to end extended benefits for
July 25, 2014
Transforming RTP
As an economic engine for our region since its founding in 1959, Research Triangle Park has attracted scores of research firms and scientists while also serving as a hub for collaboration between universities. But as the mobility and preferences of employees and
July 18, 2014
Innovative Ecosystems
As the leader of the state’s largest public university, NC State University Chancellor Dr. Randy Woodson promotes collaboration between researchers and institutions, while also looking to encourage a more diverse population to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math. On this program, Woodson
July 11, 2014
Education Lottery
South Carolina’s Education Lottery has bolstered the state’s funding for scholarships and other initiatives by more than $3 billion over the past 12 years. For the past five years, Paula Harper Bethea has been at the helm of the agency which runs
July 4, 2014
Return of the Tourists
With the summer tourism season now in full swing in the Carolinas, leaders in the industry are expecting a banner year in the number of visitors to our region. On this program Duane Parrish, Director of South Carolina’s Department of
UPCOMING SHOWS: Dr. Jimmie Williamson, S.C. Technical College System – UNC MX – Sunday, August 31 @ 9:30 a.m. & 2:30 p.m.
July 25, 2014
Transforming RTP
As an economic engine for our region since its founding in 1959, Research Triangle Park has attracted scores of research firms and scientists while also serving as a hub for collaboration between universities. But as the mobility and preferences of employees and
July 18, 2014
Innovative Ecosystems
As the leader of the state’s largest public university, NC State University Chancellor Dr. Randy Woodson promotes collaboration between researchers and institutions, while also looking to encourage a more diverse population to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math. On this program, Woodson
July 11, 2014
Education Lottery
South Carolina’s Education Lottery has bolstered the state’s funding for scholarships and other initiatives by more than $3 billion over the past 12 years. For the past five years, Paula Harper Bethea has been at the helm of the agency which runs
July 4, 2014
Return of the Tourists
With the summer tourism season now in full swing in the Carolinas, leaders in the industry are expecting a banner year in the number of visitors to our region. On this program Duane Parrish, Director of South Carolina’s Department of
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