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    Coker College Enactus Team Members Receive National Recognition

    As Coker College Enactus prepares for the upcoming national competition May 5-8, 2019, in Kansas City, three team members have been recognized at the national level for their efforts and achievements: Parker Oldham, ‘21, has been selected to serve on the Enactus United States Student Advisory Committee, and Destany Gause, ‘19, and Evan Bachman, ‘20, are finalists for Enactus United States Leaders of the Year for membership leader of the year and project leader of the year, respectively.
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    Sonoco gifts $25,000 to Coker College in Honor of Louise and Harris DeLoach

    Coker College, soon to be Coker University, received a generous gift of $25,000 from Sonoco Products Company in honor of Louise and Harris DeLoach. Mr. DeLoach is retiring from his position as director and executive chairman of Sonoco this month, after a 33-year career in senior management and service with Sonoco, one of the world’s largest diversified global packaging companies.
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    Deadline Approaching for Coker’s $2,000 Scholarship to NCAA Division II Athletics Program Professionals Seeking a Master’s Degree

    The June 1 deadline is quickly approaching for Coker’s $2,000 DII scholarship. The scholarship is available for professionals currently employed at any NCAA Division II athletics program who are interested in pursuing their Master of Science in College Athletic Administration (MSCAA). This opportunity is open to staff members in any area of DII athletics—from coaching to sports information to compliance—who enroll in Coker’s MSCAA program.
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    Coker College Students Earn $5000 in Prize Money at the 2019 P.E.E. D.E.E. Idea Challenge

    Last night, ten semi-finalist teams from Coker College, Florence-Darlington Technical College, and Francis Marion University competed for $7500 in prize money at the third annual P.E.E. D.E.E. Idea Challenge, with Coker College well-represented with seven teams winning $5000 in prize money.
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