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


College of Charleston celebrates 250th anniversary

The Associated Press reports on the College’s anniversary.


Automakers and universities team up to fix AV industry’s talent gap

Sebastian van Delden, dean of the School of Sciences and Mathematics, talks to Smart Cities Dive about how the Colleges is working with automakers.


The Memo: Tim Scott readies for big moment

Political science professor Gibbs Knotts talks to The Hill  about U.S. Senator Tim Scott.


At College of Charleston, a COVID-19 vaccine clinic draws eager students

Lee Penny, director of Student Health Services, talks to The Post and Courier about COVID-19 vaccine clinics.


Bill to let SC college athletes make money heads to governor

CofC alumnus and Rep. Jermaine Johnson is quoted in an Associated Press story about paying college athletes.


2021’s Best Large Cities to Start a Business

David M. Wyman, director of the Center for Entrepreneurship and David J. Hansen, professor of Entrepreneurship, talk to WalletHub about the best places to start a business.


When you spray the yard against mosquitos, you’re killing bees, too

The Post and Courier interviews biologist Brian Scholtens about spraying for pests.


ART: Inside Look at New Exhibits on View at Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art Early Summer 2021

Charlotte Magazine looks at upcoming programs at The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art.


SC’s Tim Scott mixes message of unity with attacks during GOP response to Biden speech

The State interviews political science professor Gibbs Knotts about a recent speech by U.S. Senator Tim Scott.


SC hotels see promising season, but need more staff to match tourism

Office of Tourism Analysis Director Daniel Guttentag is interviewed by WCSC-TV about employment in the hospitality industry.


Second version of the ‘Save Women’s Sports Act’ fails in SC House Judiciary Committee

Women’s and gender studies instructor Meg Goettsches talks to WCBD-TV about a transgender bill.


Cunningham promises Medicaid expansion, free college, marijuana reform in campaign launch

Political science professor Gibbs Knotts talks to WCIV-TV about Joe Cunningham’s gubernatorial campaign.