In this week’s installment: a Southern writer talks about her time at CofC; a jazz student develops a new app; a former EU ambassador speak to business students and more.
Tag: political science
Senator Rubio will participate in a town hall meeting with faculty, staff, students and the community on Dec. 1, 2015, as part of the College of Charleston’s “Bully Pulpit Series.”
The Republican presidential candidate will participate in meetings with faculty, staff, students and the community on Nov. 16.
In this week’s installment: a political science professor discusses Charleston’s mayoral race; a preview of the upcoming Tech Startup Boot Camp; and a marine biologist talks about problems facing marine life.
Rev. Jackson spoke at the College as part of his push to register 100,000 new voters in South Carolina.
Lauren Swing ’11 jumped head first into her field of political science by working on different aspects of congressional campaigns after graduation.
In the wake of the Emanuel AME Church shooting, the College is hosting a number of events that address race relations in the United States, black culture, and civil rights.
Political science professors Jordan Ragusa and Kendra Stewart discuss how Jon Stewart changed the news habits of a younger generation.
In this week’s installment: The School of Business receives a big grant; astrophysicist Jon Hakkila talks about a big find, and political scientist Jordan Ragusa comments on the presidential race.