CofC In the News – Week of April 4, 2016

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

FOCUS: Future bright for Volvo, Charleston

Charleston Currents looks at a report from CofC economist Frank Hefner concerning the impact of the proposed Volvo plant.

Female entrepreneurs share insights

The Charleston Regional Business Journal covers the College of Charleston’s Celebrating Women Entrepreneurs Summit.

Lying low: Condo builders stay home as Charleston housing market rebounds

Business professor Doug Holmes is interviewed by The Post and Courier about the condominium market in Charleston.

Architect Robert Stern to be honored by College of Charleston

The Post and Courier previews a ceremony to honor Robert Stern.

Development boom in Columbia area contributed to dam failures, researchers say

The State Newspaper looks at a College of Charleston research project concerning dams.

College of Charleston students show earthquake hazards with online program, walking tour

Three College of Charleston students created an online program that would educate and prepare South Carolina residents for earthquakes.

College of Charleston Celebrates Establishment of Floyd Breeland Endowed Scholarship

The Charleston Chronicle looks at the establishment of the new Representative Floyd Breeland Endowed Scholarship.

Some women don’t care that Clinton would be first female president

Political Science Professor Gibbs Knotts speaks with McClatchy News Service about single-issue voting.