Author Archive: Mike Robertson
The two-day Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training(ASIST) class starting September 22, 2014.
Michael Colgan, a geologist at the College of Charleston, spends his days studying the ocean floor, its geology and coral reefs. He said oil surveys might find oil, but they won’t find it off South Carolina’s coast. Read more of the Greenville News story.
American Chemical Society honors College for “the most innovative new activity or program”.
Ryan M. Milner is an assistant professor of communication at the College of Charleston, where he studies participatory media and public conversation. He is on Twitter. Solutions to hateful speech often come down to gatekeeping. The Huffington Post, looking to “meet the needs of the grown-up Internet,” only allows comments from verified Facebook accounts. Google […]
Naismith Hall of Famer Clarence “Big House” Gaines, who won 828 games in 47 years at Winston-Salem State, and John Kresse, who led the College of Charleston to an NAIA championship and four NCAA Division I tournament appearances, have been selected as the 2014 recipients of the Lapchick Character Award. Read more of the Associated […]
College of Charleston’s Nu Zeta Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi, the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, was recently named an “Honor Chapter” for the 4th consecutive year.
A laundry list of things to do when you are not in class, working on homework… or doing laundry.
Faculty and students from the College of Charleston were in James Island Thursday testing out their newest high tech piece of equipment that will provide a unique view in future research projects. Read more on the WCSC-TV story.
Doug Walker, an economist at the College of Charleston in South Carolina, who is involved in the Maryland lottery study, would not discuss the findings ahead of their release. But he said other studies have shown that opening more casinos generally has a negative effect on local lottery sales. Read more of the Washington Post […]