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2017 ExCEL Awards

The annual Excellence in Collegiate Education and Leadership (ExCEL) Awards program honors members of the College and community who promote excellence and contribute to the College’s core values of diversity and inclusion. The 2017 Outstanding Faculty of the Year for … Continue reading

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AAST Faculty Respond to the Attack on Emanuel AME Church

On June 17, 2015 Mother Emanuel AME Church was the site of an act of vicious, racist terror. We, along with our families, friends, and neighbors, are grieving, and we speak the names of those we’ve lost: Cynthia Hurd Rev. … Continue reading

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Dedication of Little Free Library, North Campus Tomorrow!

https://blogs.cofc.edu/addlestonereport/2015/05/05/dedication-of-little-free-library-north-campus-tomorrow/ Posted by: Joey | May 5, 2015 | No Comment | Please feel free to drop by the North Campus Wednesday May 6 at 9:30 AM, for the dedication of ourLittle Free Library. The Library was built and donated by … Continue reading

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Brandon Chapman to Attend Ralph Bunche Summer Institute at Duke University

Originally Posted by: wichmannkm | April 24, 2015 Political Science and African American Studies Double-Major Brandon Chapman will attend the Ralph Bunche Summer Institute (RBSI) at Duke University. This intensive five-week program is named in honor of the 1950 Nobel … Continue reading

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Theodore B. Guerard Lecture Series: Classics, Black Colleges, and Civil Rights

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Summer 2015 courses now posted.

Summer Courses have now been posted.  Please visit the Courses tab within this blog. Please note that March 15 is the deadline to Study Abroad in Barbados this summer with Dr. Anthony Greene and Jon Hale! Check out the Tumblr page from … Continue reading

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Planners of Black History Museum in SC seek public input

From the Associated Press (Published on NewsOK •  Published: February 24, 2015) “CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Organizers of a $75 million International African American Museum on Charleston Harbor are holding a public forum to get input from people on what … Continue reading

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Preservation Planning Studio and Preservation Project Management classes to focus on Mt. Zion A.M.E., Glebe Street, this semester

Content borrowed from: http://blogs.cofc.edu/historic-preservation/2015/01/31/preservation-planning-studio-and-preservation-project-management-classes-to-focus-on-mt-zion-a-m-e-glebe-street-this-semester/ Originally posted on January 31, 2015 by butlercr  Profs. Ward and Butler are excited to get their classes involved at Mr. Zion A.M.E. Church this Spring. The church is in the midst of the historic college … Continue reading

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Black History Month: One of Time Magazine’s 40 Under 40 to Speak on Campus

In keeping with the College of Charleston’s commitment to diversity on its campus, and in celebration of 2015-Black History Month, the Office of Institutional Diversity (OID) will host Rep. ATTEND: See more events hosted by the Office of Institutional Diversity.Bakari … Continue reading

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“What I’m Thinking About” faculty discussion series to continue

This semester we’re continuing a series of informal talks with faculty discussing their current research. All talks will take place at 12pm in the African American Studies conference room: Education Center Suite 207, room D (25 St. Philip Street) January … Continue reading

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