In this week’s installment: advocating for school teachers; the rise of craft beer in South Carolina; a new archeological discovery; and more!
Archive for October, 2012
The findings are the work of computational physicist Peter Anninos and astrophysicist Stephen Murray, both of AX division within the Weapons and Complex Integration Directorate (WCI), along with their former postdoc Chris Fragile, now an associate professor at the College of Charleston in South Carolina, and his student, Julia Wilson. http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewpr.html?pid=38985
The regattas draw competitors who bring in very expensive boats along with crews who stay in downtown hotels, patronize local bars and restaurants, and support the area’s marine businesses. Frank Hefner at the College of Charleston estimates that Charleston Race Week regatta brings in $2 million of direct spending over five days. The National Sailing […]
“There’s just so much focus on programs that deal with older citizens,” said Olivia Adams, a 20-year-old sophomore at the College of Charleston in South Carolina. “Even the stuff about the economy is really focused more on people who (have) full-time jobs, not people who are in school who’ll have jobs in the future.” http://www.thestate.com/2012/10/29/2499854/young-voters-feel-less-engaged.html#storylink=misearch#storylink=cpy […]
“My flight just got cancelled again – I was originally supposed to leave Monday morning,” said Hephzibah Strmic-Pawl, a sociology professor at the College of Charleston, South Carolina who is stuck in Brooklyn at her brother’s home. “I have no idea how long I’m here for. It took my six hours to even get put […]
Dr. Andrea Mehrlander will look at the relationship between South Carolina and Germany.
On November 2-4, prospective students are invited to experience campus life.
Officials predict that the storm is projected to pass well to the east of the South Carolina coast.
Karen Chandler honored for her accomplishments with the Charleston Jazz Initiative.