CofC In The News: Week of Jan. 13, 2020

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:

Climate change, rising seas promise to affect how SC cities borrow money

Geology professor Norm Levine is quoted in The Post and Courier in a story about flooding.

Malek: For Iran’s diaspora, plane crash brings grief across oceans and borders

International studies professor Amy Malek writes an op-ed in the Montreal Gazette about the crash of Ukrainian International Airlines flight PS752.

Google has a big economic presence in Berkeley County. But is it creating more jobs?

The Post and Courier talks to economics professor Calvin Blackwell about jobs.

The Greenville News and SCETV interview political science professors Gibbs Knotts and Jordan Ragusa about their new book.

WCIV and WCSC report on presidential candidate Michael Bennet’s visit to the Bully Pulpit Series.

Tom Steyer and Bernie Sanders are winning 2020 staffing race in SC. Here’s why it matters.

Political scientist Gibbs Knotts talks to The Post and Courier about the presidential race.

Should Charleston plantations, given their role in slavery, be used for weddings?

The Post and Courier talks to professor emeritus Bernard Powers about plantations.

The Post and Courier, WCBD-TV and the Charleston Chronicle report on the renovations of the Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture.

Australian CofC exchange student describes impact of deadly bushfires

WCSC-TV interviews CofC student Gal Stern about fires in his homeland of Australia.

CofC announces exchange program with American University Cairo

WCBD-TV looks at a new agreement between CofC and American University in Cairo.

International Piano Series presents Adam Golka

The Post and Courier previews an upcoming performance.