CofC in the News: Week of Nov. 13, 2017

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

 College of Charleston’s plan to help students get tech jobs: Move the employers next door

 The Post and Courier interviews computer science professor Sebastian Van Delden about the department’s new office space.

New postcranial skeleton of ancient dolphin Albertocetus meffordum found in South Carolina

The Archaeology News Network speaks with Robert Boessenecker about the discovery of an ancient dolphin skeleton.

New project tracing history of Jewish shopkeepers in small towns across South Carolina

Jewish Studies Center director Martin Perlmutter tells The Post and Courier about a new project involving the story of Jewish merchants in South Carolina.

CofC Political Science Professor Believes Bannon’s Visit Will Benefit SC GOP Candidates

Political science professor Kendra Stewart is interviewed by WCIV-TV about Steve Bannon’s recent visit to Charleston.

Cosmos code helps probe space oddities

 Phys.Com reports on a black hole study conducted by physics and astronomy professor Chris Fragile.

Music-loving doctor gives $1.1 million to College of Charleston piano program

The Post and Courier writes about a big gift to the College’s piano program.