Graduate Student Highlight: Tibby Fielding

Tibby Fielding is pursuing a M.A.T. in Middle Grades English Language Arts. She is an avid hiker, surfer and outdoor enthusiast, and plans to use nature in her everyday lessons. Tibby taught English at Trident Technical College for three years; however, working with the James Simons Elementary Kaleidoscope program in downtown Charleston, SC, inspired her…

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Entrepreneur and Principal Historian: Brittany V. Lavelle Tulla

Brittany Lavelle Tulla is the proprietor and principal architectural historian for the Charleston-based firm BVL Historic Preservation Research, which specializes in historic property research and National Register nominations. Brittany also serves as the executive director for the Charleston World Heritage Coalition and is an adjunct professor in the Department of Historic Preservation at the College…

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Graduate Alum Kendy Altizer

Kendy Altizer graduated from the University of Texas in Arlington with a double degree, Bachelor of Arts in History and Anthropology. After graduating from college, she spent a number of years in Cultural Resource Management,  and worked her way up the ladder in a variety of capacities in a number of different states. She eventually began spending more…

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Graduate Student Library Reception- September 25, 2015

The Graduate Student Association is co-hosting the biannual graduate student Library Reception THIS FRIDAY at  5:30 p.m. in Addlestone 207! Food, refreshments, and library resources just for graduate students! Hope to see you there! Your 2015-2016 Executive Board Joshua Bloodworth, President Erin Stubbs, Secretary Megan Gould, Treasurer    …

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Famous Blogger Sarah Byce

Sarah Byce, a student of the environmental studies: Peace Corps master’s international program at the University of Charleston, South Carolina, is one of eight winners of the Peace Corps’ annual “Blog It Home” contest. The four-year program allows her to take coursework in Charleston the first and fourth years of the program, and to serve for two years with…

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Graduate Education Week 2015!

The Graduate School of the University of Charleston, South Carolina is excited to present a week of informational sessions about various aspects of graduate education here at the College of Charleston.  Throughout the week, we will be hosting a variety of events that all highlight aspects of graduate education. We hope that you can join…

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New Year, New Professional Development Opportunities!

With the new year comes a multitude of resolutions, and our new year’s resolution here at the Graduate School is to provide a semester full of professional development opportunities specifically tailored for graduate students! We’ve teamed up with Addlestone Library and the Center for Student Learning to offer an even bigger variety of workshops for…

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Marine Biology Graduate Student Liz Duermit Attends 3rd Annual International Marine Conservation Congress

  I recently had the privilege, thanks in part to a study abroad grant from the Graduate School, to attend the 3rd International Marine Conservation Congress in Glasgow, Scotland. My experience with the perception of conservationists is that we trade in “doom and gloom” – but that could not have been further from the truth…

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Mark Your Calendars: Professional Development Series Starts September 22!

The University of Charleston, South Carolina at the College of Charleston is partnering with other departments on campus to provide numerous professional development opportunities: one-time events, workshop series, and career skills for graduate students. This variety of offerings allows students to develop a broad array of transferable skills while focusing on particular skill sets of interest throughout their…

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