CofC In The News: Week of July 29, 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:

The Post and Courier and WCIV-TV report on paleontologist Robert Boessenecker appearing in a program during the Discovery Channel‘s “Shark Week.”

Overcoming inherited trauma

Jewish Studies professor David Slucki talks to the Australian Broadcasting Company about about his new memoir.

How CofC students are successfully mapping parts of the seafloor

WCBD-TV talks to Marine Geologist Leslie Sautter about mapping the ocean floor.

The City Paper and The Charleston Chronicle report on a new documentary concerning the use of enslaved people to build College of Charleston buildings.

Hotel occupancy in Charleston and in SC lagged in a popular tourism month

The Post and Courier uses data from CofC’s Office of Tourism Analysis for a story about tourism this summer.

How one project is keeping College of Charleston students’ trash off the streets

Office of Sustainability’s Jennifer Saunders is interviewed by The Post and Courier about this year’s Move-Out initiative.

College of Charleston School of Business Launches Executive Certification for Family Businesses

Charleston CEO reports on a new program in the School of Business.