Archive | September, 2011

College of Charleston doesn’t plan to raise enrollment – Charleston Post and Courier

Questions about enrollment growth at the College of Charleston were raised recently in an editorial published by The Post and Courier. The college has no plans for undergraduate enrollment growth on our downtown campus. We have almost exactly the same number of students that we had in 2001, even though our number of applications has […]

Groups honoring SC leaders in women’s rights- AP

A coalition is having a news conference Wednesday to honor women in South Carolina who fought for women’s rights. A networking luncheon at Trinity Cathedral will follow. The speaker will be College of Charleston associate provost Lynne Ford, author of “Women and Politics: The Pursuit of Equality.”    

CofC Professor Awarded NEH Grant for Buddhist Summer Institute- WCSC

College of Charleston Associate Professor of Philosophy Christian Coseru is one of just nine professors nationwide to be awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Institute grant. Coseru will stage an institute on “Investigating Consciousness: Buddhist and Contemporary Philosophical Perspectives” on campus in Summer 2012.  

College of Charleston students see ocean volcano- Charleston Post and Courier

Vents from undersea volcanoes called “snowblowers” spew fresh micro- organisms in a white, slurry-like snow. The bacterial material is the beginning of sea life. Getting a real-time look at a snowblower at work is groundbreaking science. A geology class of College of Charleston students is getting an up-close look this week, exploring a vent never […]

Michelin, College of Charleston offer program- Charleston Post and Courier

Michelin has selected the College of Charleston School of Business to deliver a global logistics and transportation professional development program for Michelin employees and the company’s affiliates. The Michelin North America Logistics Professional Development Online Program brings together business school faculty and Michelin employees in a virtual training environment.

Program helps students with disabilities to complete school- WCSC

Everything changed when the Porterfields heard about a new program called REACH which stands for Realizing Educational and Career Hopes at the College of Charleston. “It is a four year post secondary program for students with intellectual disabilities so they can have a four year experience, “said Program Director Edie Cusack.

Music, academics in perfect harmony- Charleston Post and Courier

How can you play the blues when you’re this darned happy? Hector Qirko is positively delighted to be where he is, doing what he’s doing. Since his wife, Emily Dahl, joined him here in July, the College of Charleston anthropology professor’s rosy view of things has brightened all the more.  

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