Author Archive: Mike Robertson
College of Charleston officials will continue the push to form a research university in the Lowcountry, despite a bill that failed in the waning days of the last legislative session. Read more of the Post and Courier story.
BOT approves revised mission statement for the College, along with a separate resolution on the status of the University of Charleston, South Carolina.
Business Research Guide ranked the College of Charleston #15 on the list of the top 30 schools in the nation.
Not everyone is taking the summer off at the College of Charleston. Workers are busy renovating the college’s Addlestone Library before students return for classes next month. Read more of the Associated Press story.
The College of Charleston BOT Executive Committee and the entire BOT Membership will hold meeting on July 23, 2014. Both meeting will be held in the Randolph Hall Boardroom.
“We’re so used to seeing animals in which males have larger weapons than females: bigger antlers, bigger teeth, bigger horns… And in many of these species, males are more aggressive than females,” said Dr Melissa Hughes, from the College of Charleston in South Carolina, US who led the study. Read more of the BBC story.
The Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library is undergoing major renovations, and students will discover many improvements when they return to campus this fall.
The show might boost Ravenel’s name recognition, but he is unlikely to win the election, said College of Charleston political scientist Gibbs Knotts. “I don’t think he has a chance,” Knotts said. “His argument has the potential to resonate with people, but it’s very, very difficult for third parties to get elected.” Read more of […]
Douglas Walker, an economics professor at the College of Charleston, is an expert on the economics of casinos. He has written books on the topic, conducted studies for several states. Walker says gambling houses are still a good bet for most states, some of which are taking a rake of more than half. Pennsylvania, for […]
James Newhard, director of archaeology and associate professor of classics at the College of Charleston is working on several projects involving a variety of technologies that are shining new light on the ancient world. Read more of the Forbes story.