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:



Red voters for green energy? Conservatives say they support solar and wind power too

Political science professor Matthew Nowlin talks to USA Today about his research concerning green energy.


Giant Prehistoric Whale Flipper Discovered by South Carolina Fossil Hunters

Newsweek reports that prehistoric whale bones discovered in South Carolina recently may soon be donated to the College of Charleston.


Outside groups spent almost $1.7M influencing SC’s 1st District GOP primary voters

 Political scientist professor Gibbs Knotts talks to The Post and Courier about political donations.


Letters from London: England just threw a big party, but was everyone having fun?

History professor Richard Bodek writes a letter from London to The Post and Courier.


Women for Women Summit scheduled for June 23

South Carolina Biz previews the College’s annual Women for Women Summit.


SC government chops or a candidate who flipped GOP seat? Gov hopefuls head to primary

The State talks with political science professor Gibbs Knotts about the South Carolina gubernatorial race.


Upcoming Celestial Events & New Discoveries with CofC’s Dr. Joe Carson

Astronomy professor Joe Carson talks to WTAT-TV about space discoveries.

CDC Tech Life Podcast Episode 5 features Knudt Flor, former CEO of BMW, USA

Charleston Digital Corridor interviews Knudt Flor, senior vice president for industry engagement, about his new position at the College of Charleston.


College of Charleston grad student leads global beach cleanup

WCSC-TV reports that CofC graduate student Cheyenne Cunningham is at the forefront of a global initiative to clean select beaches in honor of World Ocean Day.


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