Alum Teacher Extraordinare: Matthew Carrington

Originally from England, Matthew Carrington studied abroad at the College of Charleston in 2004-2005 as part of his undergraduate degree in American studies from the University of Nottingham, UK. He returned to CofC in 2010 when he began a Masters in Elementary Education and was given the Outstanding Student award for his graduating class in 2012…

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Town Hall Event with Senator Marco Rubio

Stern Center Gardens will set the stage for another town hall event hosted by the Bully Pulpit Series. The Series welcomes Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) to the College of Charleston on Tuesday, December 1 at 10:30 a.m. Senator Rubio will share a few remarks before opening for questions. The town hall audience will have the opportunity to ask…

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Graduate Student Library Reception- September 25, 2015

The Graduate Student Association is co-hosting the biannual graduate student Library Reception THIS FRIDAY at  5:30 p.m. in Addlestone 207! Food, refreshments, and library resources just for graduate students! Hope to see you there! Your 2015-2016 Executive Board Joshua Bloodworth, President Erin Stubbs, Secretary Megan Gould, Treasurer    …

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Fulbright Scholar Program

======================================================================================================= 1) Deadline Approaching & Hidden Gems: Core Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program – August 3, 2015 The August 3, 2015 deadline for the 2016-2017 Core Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program is quickly approaching! If you are unsure of where to begin when selecting an award from the Catalog of Awards, you might start by looking at…

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Public Speaking Pointers

We all have to present our work to others at some point in our graduate careers, and this commitment to public speaking can lead to real anxiety for some individuals. I know this because I used to be in that group. I have been so anxious before a 12 minute talk that my hands actually went numb…

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Lowcountry Mayor’s Breakfast

I attended the UNCF 1st Lowcountry Mayor’s Breakfast on Wednesday, July 30, 2014. That’s me and City of Charleston Mayor Joe P. Riley Jr. 🙂 It was a pleasure to see all three of our mayors- Mayor Joe Riley Jr., Mayor Keith Summey and Mayor William “Bill” Collins in one room together discussing the future of our schools…

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Growing Professionalism by Kristen Young, MPA graduate c/o 2013

These days, being professional is about a lot more than a shiny resume and strong educational background. Luckily, the College of Charleston is here to help. We all know the Graduate School offers top-notch education in a variety of programs to offer students with a competitive edge in the workforce. Excitingly, it also offers resources…

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Celebrate Independence Day !

Independence Day, commonly known as the Fourth of July, is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence  on July 4, 1776, declaring independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain (now officially known as the United Kingdom). Independence Day is commonly associated with fireworks, parades, barbecues, carnivals, fairs, picnics,…

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!Hola Amigos!

My name is Hayley DeHart and I just finished my first year as a graduate student in the marine biology program here at CofC. My thesis project will involve population genetics in sharks, so my advisor sent me to Costa Rica to attend a class in conservation genetics offered by the Organization of Tropical Studies…

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Travel Blog Post from Kelly Mielke…..

In March 2014, I was part of a group of undergraduate and graduate students that travelled abroad to the United Kingdom as Part of an interdisciplinary course, “In Search of King Arthur and the Holy Grail.” Over the course of a ten day trip that encompassed various locations across southern England and Wales, the group travelled…

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