2011 Alumni Scholarship Applications

Calling all College of Charleston graduates: If you are enrolled in a master’s program at the College of Charleston, and received your bachelor’s degree from the College, you are eligible to apply for the Young Alumni Scholarship.  Application requirements include a resume and two letters of recommendation. Applications are due Monday, February 22. For more…

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Attention Education Students

Students in the M.A.T. and M.Ed. programs at the College of Charleston have a new voice: the Graduate Education Organization (GEO).  The School of Education, Health and Human Performance is home to the largest concentration of graduate students on campus, and the GEO serves as the voice for these students. Join in the discussion this…

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Waiting for Superman

The Graduate Education Student Association and the Graduate Student Association invite you to attend a special screening of the film Waiting for Superman at the Terrace Theater on James Island this Saturday, October 30th at 7:15 p.m. Come to one of the year’s most controversial films about the challenges facing public education in America and…

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GSA Research Grants

The College of Charleston Graduate Student Association is pleased to announce the availability of grants for graduate students to conduct and/or present their research. The application for Graduate Student Association Research Grants is now available.  Full details are online here.  Please read the information on the blog post before following the blog’s link to the application…

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A New Club for Education Grad Students

Attention students in all education programs (Elementary; Early Childhood; Performing Arts; Special Education; Languages; Science and Math for Teachers; and Teaching, Learning, and Advocacy): There’s a student organization forming just for you! Come be a part of the inaugural meeting this Friday at 5:00 PM! Read the message from the new club’s organizer, Jonathan Coker…

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Summer GSA Update

Walter Blair, the new Graduate Student Association (GSA) Treasurer, recently posted an update on the GSA Blog about all the hard work the GSA Executive Board has been up to this Summer. You can read that post below to catch up, and don’t forget to mark your calendar for the first GSA Meeting on September…

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A Charleston Affair

Imagine walking into the Cistern Yard one evening with a live band playing.  It’s springtime in Charleston, and the weather is just cool enough to keep away the humidity.  You pass by a table full of heavy hors d’oeuvres to dance atop the cistern, while others mingle beneath grand white tents.  The end of the…

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Meet Your GSA Candidates

Voting for Graduate Student Association offices opens on Monday, April 5th and closes on Tuesday, April 6th on CougarTrail. Votes will be certified at the GSA Meeting on April 9th at 5:00 PM (Stern Center 409).  Rachel Collins, the current GSA President, has posted these Candidate Bios on the GSA blog. Get to know them…

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