Prince Charles has had an eventful summer, with the birth of his first grandchild and a special award this week from the College of Charleston. The college’s Historic Preservation and Community Planning Program will present the prince with its Albert Simons Medal of Excellence, a recognition of the Prince of Wales’ advocacy for traditional architecture.
Archive | September, 2013
Generous intellect: College of Charleston junior turns disorder into world-changing gift
By Mike Robertson on September 9, 2013 in In the News, Uncategorized
Alix Generous just turned 21. If she wanted to, she could buy a beer. Instead, the College of Charleston junior has been a bit busy. In just the past year or so, she has presented her own coral reef research to the United Nations in India, studied neuropathic pain at MUSC and is now examining […]
The South’s 5 best political storylines
By Mike Robertson on September 5, 2013 in CofC Expert, CofC Expert Quoted, In the News
Political science professors Gibbs Knotts of the College of Charleston and Larry Sabato, director of the University of Virginia’s Center for Politics, recently came up with five of the biggest storylines heading into the coming year.
10 things the intern won’t tell you
By Mike Robertson on September 5, 2013 in CofC Expert, CofC Expert Quoted, In the News, National News
But most internships don’t make the news, says Katie Smith, an internship coordinator at the College of Charleston’s career center. “There are more positive experiences than negative,” she says.
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