What Our Alumni Do

As much as we like to extol the virtues of a graduate degree on our blog and social media sites, nothing speaks louder than the actions of our alumni. They’re prominent leaders, educators, and scholars, and they’re working to change the world in the South Carolina Lowcountry and beyond. Here’s what a few of them…

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Sometimes, Grad School’s A Drag

You’re invited to join the Graduate Open Alliance for their semester kick-off social and Drag Show! Come join us for a fun, informal get together at Dudley’s (42 Ann Street Downtown) before we head over as a group to see the drag show at Pantheon (28 Ann Street) at midnight. There will be a $5-10…

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Honors Faculty Lecture Series

The Honors College has announced their Fall 2010 Honors Faculty Lecture lineup. For those who don’t know, this series features some of the College’s most exciting and engaging faculty members lecturing on topics from a multitude of disciplines. It’s a great venue to learn from a professor outside of your discipline, or to get more…

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Dean McCandless Published in Forum on Public Policy

Dean Amy McCandless recently presented at the Oxford University Round Table about gender discrimination in Southern universities. We are pleased to announce that her article on that topic was selected for publication in The Forum on Public Policy. Follow the link in the announcement below to read the full article: Dr. Amy Thompson McCandless, a faculty…

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The 2010 ExCEL Awards

We received an email from Teresa Smith, the College’s Director of Multicultural Student Programs and Services, reminding us that the 2010 ExCEL Awards nomination deadline is fast approaching (It’s this Friday!). If you know anyone who deserves recognition for any of these prestigious awards, we encourage you to nominate them. The nomination process is fast…

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Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship

Our Associate Dean, Dr. David Owens, recently made us aware of this excellent opportunity available to our graduate students who are interested in marine policy. Here are the details: Call for 2011 Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship Applications   Dear Colleagues and Students: The South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium invites qualified students to submit applications to…

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H1N1 Influenza Vaccine Update

Due to the success of the previous clinic, Student Health Services will again be offering an H1N1 Live Nasal Spray Vaccine Clinic tomorrow in the Stern Student Center Lobby. Please be sure to bring your College of Charleston ID. Details are posted below: Students & Colleagues, We have received additional H1N1 live nasal vaccine and…

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Exposing a Hidden History

Amber Clawson, a candidate for the Master of Arts in History and a Graduate Assistant here in the Grad School Office, is quite obviously a woman of many talents. In addition to her academic and professional career at The Graduate School of the College of Charleston, she has distinguished herself as a volunteer and researcher…

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Service-Oriented Computing

Let’s face it: executives and IT departments don’t always go together like peanut butter and jelly.  Typically what the executives want and when they want it by isn’t something IT can always accommodate easily.  Then, a few years ago, a new way of doing things emerged.  Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) created a way in which…

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Sarah Latshaw is Awarded an NSF Fellowship

If I could give a standing ovation online, I would!  Sarah Latshaw certainly deserves every bit of celebration for being awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship! Since 1952, The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded 43,000 Graduate Research Fellowships out of more than 500,000 applicants.  That’s only 8.6%!  More than 20 Fellows have…

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