Archive | September, 2011

Institutional Diversity Host Lecture on During National Hispanic Heritage Month- Lowcountry Biz

In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, The Office of Institutional Diversity (OID) and Círculo Hispanoamericano de Charleston will host Fernando Colón-Navarro, Associate Dean and Professor of Law at Texas Southern University’s Thurgood Marshall School of Law in Houston, Texas. Dean Colón-Navarro will speak about the Pre-Brown vs. Board of Education struggle for Latino children […]

C of C business school gets $500,000 gift- Charleston Post and Courier

The College of Charleston’s School of Business has received a $500,000 gift from the Folkstone Limited Partnership. The money will be used for study-abroad scholarships, faculty development and international research, the Dean’s Excellence Fund, international program expansion in Europe and Asia, and an endowment to support undergraduate business students in their pursuit of global learning […]

Still standing by Obama: Economy hurts, but local backers in black community vow to keep up fight- Charleston Post and Courier

Kendra Stewart, a political science professor at the College of Charleston, said she senses many are ambivalent about next year’s election. Many voters think Obama is a good person “but has not come through with the change that they had hoped for.” “There is not overwhelming disappointment because most voters right now feel like the […]

Elie Wiesel to visit Charleston- Charleston Post and Courier

It’s not every day a distinguished winner of the Nobel Peace Prize visits Charleston. On Sept. 25, Elie Wiesel, an untiring promoter of peace and reconciliation, will appear on the campus of the College of Charleston for two reservation-only events: a panel discussion noon-1:15 p.m. at the Sottile Theatre featuring eight students who will interview […]

Twenty years later, Julie Dash’s film Daughters of the Dust continues to inspire – Charleston City Paper

As Daughters reaches its platinum anniversary, the Avery Research Center of the College of Charleston, as well as the Carolina Low Country and Atlantic World and African American Studies programs, the International African American Museum (IAAM), and the South Carolina Historical Society, will host a two-day symposium on Sept. 16-17 commemorating the milestone. Professors from […]

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