Haley Schanne is the current Graduate Assistant for the Graduate School Office. She is enrolled in the MS in Environmental Studies and MPA concurrent program. She completed her undergraduate coursework in Marine Biology at the University of Rhode Island, and hopes to one day work in the environmental nonprofit sector.

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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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2020 3MT Competition Winners!

The 2020 3MT® competition from the Graduate School at the College of Charleston broke new ground as the first competition to be held virtually via Zoom. Seven graduate students from three programs participated in this virtual event. The 3MT® competition is a research and communication competition that was developed by the University of Queensland, Australia…

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M.Ed Students & Alumni Virtually Discuss their Experiences

On October 22nd, current students and recent alumni of the M.Ed in Science and Math for Teachers sat together virtually to answer questions from the College community. The panel included current student Lindsay Dunn, as well as alumni Jimmy Freeman and September Alumni of the Month, Heather Crider. Topics discussed included program quality, funding options,…

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The Graduate Guide to Podcasts: News & Politics

We’re just weeks away from the 2020 election, and it’s more important than ever to stay informed. 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 news and politics, as recommended by…

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Meet the GSA Executive Board!

The Graduate Student Association is excited to introduce the new Executive Board Members for the 2020-2021 academic year. The Graduate Student Association (GSA) represents, serves, and advocates for all graduate students at the College of Charleston. Below are the new members of the Executive Board as elected by our graduate students: Brooke Blosser, President Brooke…

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The Graduate Guide to Podcasts: True Crime and All Things Spooky

October is peak spooky season, and our graduate students are feeling the spooky vibes. 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 true crime and spooky vibes, as recommended by our…

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Ask the Grad Office! – Applying to Graduate

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! Looking…

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Esteemed History Alumna Virtually Discusses Experiences

On September 24th, esteemed alumna of the M.A. in History program Dr. Cherisse Jones-Branch joined the College community for a virtual Q&A session about her life since graduation. Moderator Dr. Shannon Eaves, Assistant Professor of History at the College fielded questions from the audience for the session, which included graduate current students at the College…

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