Making Connections

Welcome to graduate school. You can look at it this way: now, you know exactly why you are taking the classes you have to take. There are no more general education classes to sign up for even though you can’t see why you have to. Although I’m sure there will come a day when it will…

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National Science Foundation Visit

Good news for anyone who is interested in earning National Science Foundation (NSF) grants: a group of NSF officials will visit campus this Thursday, September 27. Our guests will be Dr. Lori Stevens, Program Officer, NSF BIO, Division of Environmental Biology, and Mr. John Adamec, Program Analyst, NSF BIO, Division of Environmental Biology.  They will be here…

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In a city near you

If you’re in graduate school already, you can skip this blog. Or, better yet, share it with a friend of yours who hasn’t gone back to college yet. For those of you still sticking around, I wonder where you’re from. Me? I’m from Charleston. Yep, right here on the coast of South Carolina where the…

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Get Ready for Wage: Women are getting even

Remember Ann-Marie? We shared the good news about her earning a Rotary Scholarship, and her time at the Center for Women’s Women in Business Conference. Well, we are back with some more news to share from Ann-Marie, MPASA’s Chair of Professional Development. (Or, as I’d like to say, the woman helping all of our MPA…

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Empowering Women

The Omar Shrine Auditorium in Mount Pleasant hosted the seventh annual Women in Business Conference on February 24. This day-long conference brings together women business owners and professionals for a day of learning, empowerment, and inspiration. The Graduate School of the College of Charleston provided three master’s candidates with tickets to attend this conference, hosted…

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Sixth Annual Poster Session Declared a Success

This post is brought to you by Dean Amy McCandless and Associate Dean Dave Owens. Many thanks to everyone who participated in the Graduate Student Research Poster Session last Friday! The Sixth Annual Graduate Student Research Poster Session was a resounding success, with 33 projects being presented by 37 graduate students from eight different graduate…

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