Archive | March, 2011

Emancipating History- New York Times

  So out of a long tradition of silence has come a belated acknowledgment of slavery’s centrality and an attempt to explore it. But something more systematic is needed. The subject is far from neglected in the Charleston Museum, but neither is it fully addressed. The Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture […]

C of C event celebrates Women’s History Month- Charleston Post and Courier

  Federal Communications Commissioner Mignon Clyburn will speak in celebration of Women’s History Month at 3 p.m. Thursdayat the College of Charleston.   Clyburn will present, “Celebrating Women in Public Service: Past, Present, and Future” in the Stern Center ballroom.   “We are very excited that Mignon Clyburn has accepted our invitation to speak at […]

College of Charleston professor discusses Japan tsunami tragedy- WSCS

“Japan specifically had a subduction earthquake. And what you have happening is one log raft or plate going down underneath another and as it slides down it gets stuck,” Associate Professor Dr. Erin Beutel says. “And when it snaps up,it displaces water, and the water flows away towards the shore line.”

Students studying abroad- Charleston Post and Courier

    In the past year, a record five College of Charleston students have received the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study abroad. The Gilman Scholarship Program enables more students to study abroad by supporting undergraduates who might not otherwise participate due to financial constraints.  

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