The 2013 College of Charleston Archaeology Field School will take place at Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site, each weekday between 9am-4pm, Monday, June 10 through Wednesday June 26, 2013. The focus of the dig will be exploring the ruins of the Colonial-era St. George Parish Church.
Archive | June, 2013
An improving economy has reignited interest in the commercial real estate marketplace. Arming students with the necessary tools to make a career in real estate, especially real-world experience, is one of the charging orders for Elaine Worzala, director of the Carter Real Estate Center at the College of Charleston School of Business. http://www.postandcourier.com/article/20130624/PC05/130629837/1010/building-on-real-estate-experience
The conflict between protesters and government forces in Turkey has captured the attention of an international audience, including people in the Lowcountry and the rest of South Carolina with close ties to the republic. Ali Demirdas, an international studies professor at the College of Charleston, is concerned for his family. http://www.postandcourier.com/article/20130619/PC16/130619249/1177/local-state-residents-weigh-in-on-protests-in-turkey
Chris Starr, chairman for the Department of Computer Science at the College of Charleston, said the announcement increases the number of 21st Century literate workers here and gives the region an edge as cities across the Southeast compete to be a tech hub. Tech workforces tend to cluster in one place, Starr said, meaning tech […]
Steve Swanson was a typical 21-year-old computer nerd with a very atypical job. It was the summer of 1989, and he’d just earned a math degree from the College of Charleston.
W. Scott Poole, an associate professor of courses such as “Monsters in America” at the College of Charleston, brandishes his geek cred by showcasing movie-monster figurines such as the vampire Nosferatu and classic horror movie posters throughout his office. He attributes society’s newfound favorable view of geek culture not only to “Star Wars” but also […]
Class divisions remain. “One of the interesting things,” says Marvin Dulaney, a historian at the College of Charleston, “is the city has seemed to be in denial about its black history despite its being majority black for much of its history. But it’s beginning to change.” He cites the increasingly diverse college; the historic plantations […]
“Dance is the most vibrant it has been in a very long time,” said Gretchen McLaine, head of the dance department at the College of Charleston. “In the past five years at least six new regional companies have been started. There was a dance festival in the fall where all local dance organizations came together […]
Jenny Sanford has donated her scrapbooks, emails and letters to the College of Charleston. The Post and Courier reports she donated 16 boxes of materials last year and college archivists recently finished cataloging the items. http://www.wltx.com/news/article/237525/2/Jenny-Sanford-Donates-Materials-to-SC-College