CofC In the News – Week of Oct. 17, 2016

College of Charleston “In the News” is a weekly round-up of news articles featuring College faculty, staff, students or alumni. Recent media coverage of The College includes:

Magnolia Plantation loses historic Adam Bennett oak tree in Hurricane Matthew

The Post and Courier speaks with economics professor Frank Hefner about the cost of damage caused by Hurricane Matthew.

Does Charleston area development bear some blame for Hurricane Matthew flooding?

Geology professor Timothy Callahan discusses flooding with The Post and Courier.

Residential Schooling Brings Opportunity to India’s Poorest Indigenous Children

Sociologist Christine Finnan writes a story in Sapiens Magazine about her education research in India.

Wiring the ocean floor discussed Friday at College of Charleston

The Post and Courier previews a lecture by John Delaney.

College of Charleston professor receives grant to study nerve regeneration

Palmetto Business Daily has the story of psychology professor Jennifer Wilhelm’s research on nerve regeneration.

Restaurants coping with storm-related revenue loss

The Post and Courier interviews business professor Doug Walker about restaurants recovering from Hurricane Matthew.