Lowcountry Public Leader – The Urban and Regional Planning Certificate Program

On Wednesday (April 17th), program director Dr. Kevin Keenan shared the following report with the Dean of The Graduate School. This report highlights many of the incredible things that our Urban and Regional Planning Certificate program is doing. Check it out:             The Urban and Regional Planning Certificate’s Spring 2013 semester was all about students. …

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Graduates Studying in Europe

Ever thought about further graduate studies in Europe? Professor Donald Sparks will present important information about masters and PhD opportunities in the European Union on Wednesday, April 3, at 4:00pm in Hawkins Living-Learning Center (in the Honors College Residence Hall).  Dr. Sparks is the Director of the Office of Fellowships at the Citadel, a three…

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Midterm Grades Available

As of yesterday, March 11, midterm grades are available for student viewing on MyCharleston. Follow the steps below to view your midterm grades: Log in to MyCharleston Click on the “Academic Services” tab Scroll down and locate the “Student Grades” box If you do not see all of your classes, click on the “Midterm” link…

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Tips on Applying to Grad School

First and foremost, you need to know the details. For each institution you are going to apply to, examine the admissions criteria in detail. Look for things like entrance exams, transcripts, letters of recommendations, personal statements, etc. The Tests Get free practice GRE questions through the ETS website. Leave at least six weeks to study before any…

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Apply to Graduate!

Deadling to apply for graduation – 1 week away Graduation applications are due Friday, February 15th, 2013 and will only accepted online via MyCharleston. Follow the steps below to submit your application: 1. Log in 2. Click on the Academic Services tab 3. Click on the Banner Self Service Link 4. Click on “Student” and then,…

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Considering Grad School

Maybe you’ve just graduated, you’re about to graduate, or you have a few years of work under your belt and now you’re considering graduate school. You’re probably not the only one asking, “is graduate school right for me?” In recent years, staggering job market influenced a lot of new and upcoming college graduates to consider…

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Poster Session!

If you’re participating in the Graduate Student Research Poster Session, don’t forget to send in your poster to Regina Semko at semkor@cofc.edu tomorrow! Here are some tips and guidelines to help you: Your poster should be created in PowerPoint, in landscape format set at 54”l. x 40”w. Contact Dr. Robert Nusbaum (nusbaumr@cofc.edu) at the Geology…

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Thesis Defense

Thesis defense. These two words couldn’t scare me more. When I hear them, all I can think of is the huge amount of work lingering over my head. Literature review, methodology, data collection, results, suggestions. YIKES. However, I attended my first thesis defense last week, given by Sarah Latshaw. Sarah has been studying the painted…

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