Tag: communication

Women’s Self-Defense Class Boosts Student Confidence

Women’s Self-Defense Class Boosts Student Confidence

Students at the College are learning self-defense techniques based on Brazilian jiu-jitsu, but the class is just as much about attitude as it is physical skill.

7 Christmas Gifts Your Professors Will Never Forget

7 Christmas Gifts Your Professors Will Never Forget

Seven professors think back on the best things they found under the Christmas tree as kids. Some won’t surprise you at all!

After Tragedy, Professors Reflect on Obama Eulogy, Emanuel A.M.E. Church

After Tragedy, Professors Reflect on Obama Eulogy, Emanuel A.M.E. Church

Six months after the shooting incident at Emanuel A.M.E. Church, College of Charleston professors share their thoughts on the tragedy and President Barack Obama’s eulogy of the slain Rev. Clementa Pinckney.

I Want Your Job: Head of Guest Services at London’s Wembley Stadium

I Want Your Job: Head of Guest Services at London’s Wembley Stadium

Alumnus Matt Lynch ’99 is responsible for making sure the millions of people who visit Wembley Stadium each year each have an incredible experience.

Sen. Ted Cruz To Speak at College’s Bully Pulpit Series

Sen. Ted Cruz To Speak at College’s Bully Pulpit Series

The Republican presidential candidate will participate in meetings with faculty, staff, students and the community on Nov. 16.

Brian McGee Named Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs

Brian McGee Named Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs

A professor of communication at the College since 2004, McGee has served in several academic and administrative posts at the College, including six years as chair of the Department of Communication and four years as Chief of Staff.

CofC Dad And Presidential Candidate Martin O’Malley Sings ‘Scare Away the Dark’

CofC Dad And Presidential Candidate Martin O’Malley Sings ‘Scare Away the Dark’

The former Maryland governor, Democratic presidential candidate and father of CofC alumna Tara O’Malley ’14 showed off his musical abilities during his campus visit.

Bully Pulpit Series Hosts Presidential Candidate Martin O’Malley

Bully Pulpit Series Hosts Presidential Candidate Martin O’Malley

The former Maryland governor will participate in a town hall meeting in the Stern Center Ballroom on Oct. 22, 2015.

The ‘Real’ Stephen Colbert Prepares for Late Night Debut (has video)

The ‘Real’ Stephen Colbert Prepares for Late Night Debut (has video)

College of Charleston communication professors discuss Stephen Colbert’s foray into the changing landscape of late night talk shows.

Professor’s ‘Creating Conservatism’ Book Wins Awards

Professor’s ‘Creating Conservatism’ Book Wins Awards

Michael Lee, an associate professor in the Department of Communication, has been recognized by the National Communication Association for his book on conservative political thought.