Versailles Fellowship Program

The application deadline for the Versailles Fellowship Program has been extended to Friday, March 16, 2012!  The Graduate School of the College of Charleston has a student exchange agreement with the Universite de Versailles/Saint Quentin which affords an opportunity for graduate students to teach English and do research at the universite located in the southwest…

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Guest Blogger- Marine Tetrapods Fall Break Trip

I would like to introduce Leah Fisher, a student in Dr. Dave Owens’ Marine Tetrapods class. This class combines students from both the Marine Biology and Environmental Studies programs, and each year Dr. Owens takes his students on a trip. The Marine Biology Marine Tetrapods graduate class spent fall break traveling around Florida to see…

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Happy Fall Break!

The Graduate School hopes that you have a fun, safe break this Monday and Tuesday. With midterms over, this is the perfect time to get a little R & R!! We hope that you are well rested and prepared for the rest of your semester when you return…

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Going home for the holidays?

As the weather gets cooler, and after all the Halloween candy is consumed, we turn our attention to the remaining weeks of the year. These are special times in which we surround ourselves with friends and family, thankful for their love and friendship. Whether you’re hosting or guesting Thanksgiving this year, you could probably use…

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Fade to black …

College of Charleston is taking a vacation!  Our offices will close Friday afternoon (Dec 19) and will not reopen until Monday, January 5. By no means are we staying still though! Our recently engaged director of student records, Miss Regan, will be spending time with their new kitten to hopefully decide on a name.  Currently,…

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Campus visits

Hey y’all! Just wanted to drop a quick, personal note before I hit the road again for my recruiting adventures.  I’m just now finishing up my review of all the meetings I had over the last two weeks at University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Davidson, Winthrop and Columbia College.  Whew!  After being on College of…

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