Presidential Candidate Amy Klobuchar Visits Campus and Meets with Graduate Students!

On September 16, Presidential hopeful Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MO) visited campus as part of the College of Charleston’s Bully Pulpit Series. The Bully Pulpit series encourages and facilitates political participation on campus and in the community by providing a platform for dialogue with national leaders. As part of Klobuchar’s visit, she sat down with Interim…

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Graduate Degree Funding Opportunities for Teachers

For teachers, earning an advanced degree is the only way to get a sizable increase in salary. Yet a master’s degree offers more than just an increase it pay, it provides opportunities for leadership and opens doors for other positions within education. In addition, studies have shown that teachers who hold a master’s degree are…

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Creative Writing Graduate Students Assist in Production of Crazyhorse

The College of Charleston features an exclusive Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing. The two year program only admits 12 students annually, making these limited number of vacancies highly coveted. Students in the program not only received advanced degree training in the writing of poetry and fiction, but also get the privilege of assisting…

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Child Life’s Award-Winning Teddy Bear Clinic Research Project

This past Spring, members of the College of Charleston’s Master of Science in Child Life (MSCL) traveled to the Southeastern School Behavioral Health Conference to present their research project during the event’s poster session. The 2019 research project focused on introducing an interactive teddy bear clinic to preschool-aged children. This same poster session was also…

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M.S. in Marine Biology Students Selected as Student Ambassadors to PRIMO20 Symposium

M.S. in Marine Biology students Danielle Beers and Sarah Kell were among those selected as Student Ambassadors to the 20th International Pollutant Responses in Marine Organisms (PRIMIO20) Symposium hosted in Charleston, SC this past May. The meeting brought together students and researchers from 22 countries to discuss marine pollution, mechanisms of toxicity, development of biomarkers,…

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Spring 2019 Graduate School Grants Roundup

As we move into the summer months, we look back on the travel and projects funded through the Graduate School’s Student Research, Presentation, and Professional Development Grants! 27 students were funded a combined total of $7,942.56! Here’s a look at the students and projects funded through the grants program during the Spring 2019 semester: Luz…

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