CofC In the News: Feb. 4, 2019

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

As Airbnb Battles Cities Trying to Regulate It, One State Joins the Fight

Tourism professor Daniel Guttentag is quoted in Governing Magazine concerning a story about Airbnb.

 For parents of children with special needs, it’s about utilizing local resources

The Post and Courier interviews REACH program Executive Director Edie Cusack about students with special needs.

CofC’s student recovery program granted funds under Governor’s opioid epidemic response plan

Wood Marchant ’89 talks to WCSC-TV about the Collegiate Recovery Program.

 Occupancy down, but more nights sold than ever at Charleston hotels last year

 The Post and Courier quotes Daniel Guttentag in a story about hotel occupancy rates in the city.

Quentin Baxter takes over ‘In the Mix’

The Post and Courier announces arts management professor Quentin Baxter will host the In the Mix speaker series.

College of Charleston to Host Forum on Inclusivity in the Tourism Industry February 5th

Charleston CEO has a preview of the College’s forum on diversity in tourism.

Charleston region’s economic growth among best in US, but there are drawbacks

Economists Frank Hefner and Calvin Blackwell speak with The Post and Courier about the Lowcountry economy.

College of Charleston to launch one-year Master’s in teaching

The Moultrie News reports on the College’s new one-year master’s degree in elementary education.