When she first arrived on the job, Greenwood’s city manager and Lander University alumna Julie Wilkie ’03 said that what she loved most about Greenwood is the camaraderie between the city, the county, local schools, residents, nonprofits and small businesses. After her first three years in the role, she still feels that way.
I wanted to explore the state of South Carolina and saw this as a great opportunity to develop professional relationships with professors because of the student body size, while also broadening my understanding of psychology.
Psychology graduate '21
My education at Lander opened many doors for me. Being part of the foundation board means that I can help someone else have the same kinds of opportunities that helped me.
Business Administration graduate '07
The thing that I noticed most during my visit was that everyone was smiling and energetic. After meeting some of the faculty, I realized that Lander was a special place and one that I could call home for four years.
Political Science graduate '21
More than 100 participants from Self Regional, Lander University and the surrounding Greenwood community gathered on the front lawn of what was formerly known as the American Legion Building Tuesday, Nov. 22, to watch as Lander and Self Regional began the next chapter of their decades long partnership.
Lander University’s Office of Career Services and Student Employment hosted the Healthcare Recruitment Fair on Nov. 14 in the Grier Student Center Commons.
From services in the chapel to a sumptuous holiday meal, the Rev. Samuel Lander and his wife, Laura McPherson Lander, established festive traditions to ensure that Thanksgiving was memorable for students, faculty, and staff at Williamston Female College.
Lander University Master of Arts in Teaching student Drayton Rowe discusses one of his paintings with visitors.