M.Ed. in Languages Presents Inaugural Newsletter

The M.Ed. in Languages Program is excited to announce their first-ever newsletter covering both the ESOL and Spanish graduate programs. The M.Ed. in Languages is designed to meet the demands of working professionals with classes offered online. Students in the program have the option of selecting the emphasis that best suits their career aspirations by…

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The Graduate Guide to Podcasts – Storytelling

Who doesn’t love a good story? We asked our graduate student community on our Instagram (@cofcgradschool) and the GSA’s Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/937754550061477) to share their go-to podcasts, and boy did they deliver! This edition encompasses the best of storytelling, as recommended by our graduate students! Critical Role: Just a bunch of nerdy voiceover actors playing…

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The Graduate Guide to Podcasts – Comedy

In need of some laughs this holiday season? We asked our graduate student community on our Instagram (@cofcgradschool) and the GSA’s Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/937754550061477) to share their go-to podcasts, and boy did they deliver! This edition encompasses the best of comedy, as recommended by our graduate students! The Dollop: This podcast stars comedians Dave Anthony…

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Graduate Students, Faculty, & Alumni Featured in College of Charleston Magazine

The Winter 2021 edition of College of Charleston Magazine has bene published, and many graduate students, faculty, and alumni can be found featured on its pages. Below is a summary of those featured, and how to find out more about their work:   Jason Coy, Ph.D. – M.A. in History Faculty: Dr. Coy is featured…

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Student Spotlight: Haley Schanne, M.S./M.P.A. Presents at Virtual ARNOVA Conference

My name is Haley Schanne, and I am a third-year student in the concurrent M.S. in Environmental and Sustainability Studies/Master of Public Administration program. Earlier in November, I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to present my thesis work at the 49th Annual Conference of the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary…

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Apply to Graduate School for Free!

Looking to start your graduate education? The University of Charleston, S.C. at the College of Charleston is waiving application fees December 1st, 2020 through January 15th, 2021. Applicants for any of our 22 master’s degrees and 9 graduate certificate programs can use the waiver code 2021BFWUCSC to bypass the application fee now through January 15th,…

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The Graduate Guide to Podcasts: History

2020 has been one for the history books in more ways than one. From the pandemic, to the Presidential election, to the largest social justice movement in modern times, we don’t envy the people who will write 2020’s chapter in history. Ready to hear about other historical times? We asked our graduate student community on…

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Ask the Grad Office – Course Registration

Have a question for the staff in the Graduate School Office? “Ask the Grad Office” is our FAQ series, where we work to answer our most frequently asked questions from our current students. Have a question you’d like answered in a future post? Submit your questions to gradstud@cofc.edu, or message us on Instagram @cofcgradschool! The…

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The Graduate Guide to Podcasts: Science, Medicine, & Educational

The semester is winding down, and many of us are leaving campus for the semester. While we may be away from one another, that doesn’t mean the learning has to stop! We asked our graduate student community on our Instagram (@cofcgradschool) and the GSA’s Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/937754550061477) to share their go-to podcasts, and boy did…

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