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8 12, 2010

College of Charleston’s Marc Regnier receives Grammy nomination – The Digitel

By |2014-05-19T15:35:00-04:00December 8, 2010|Campus Life|Comments Off on College of Charleston’s Marc Regnier receives Grammy nomination – The Digitel

Internationally recognized classical guitarist and College of Charleston associate professor Marc Regnier has been nominated for a Grammy. His most recent recording of the chamber and solo works of Brazilian composer Radames Gnattali (Dorian/Sono Luminus), was selected for the Best Chamber Performance category. Winners of the 53rd annual Grammy Awards will be announced on February

3 12, 2010

Local universities to share in $16 million federal grant – The Post and Courier

By |2014-05-19T15:38:51-04:00December 3, 2010|Campus Life|Comments Off on Local universities to share in $16 million federal grant – The Post and Courier

James Deavor, associate dean of the School of Science and Mathematics at the College of Charleston, said the college will use the money to support some of the work of one chemistry and two biology professors. Their research will be in the areas of genetics, neurobiology and chemical biology, he said. The grant also will

3 12, 2010

A blast from the past – The Post and Courier

By |2014-05-19T15:39:14-04:00December 3, 2010|Campus Life|Comments Off on A blast from the past – The Post and Courier

The original marquee, however, was dismantled in 1951 and a smaller, less ornate one was put up in its place, said Monica Scott, the college's vice president for facilities planning. College leaders decided to replace that marquee after a truck hit it a few years ago. http://www.postandcourier.com/news/2010/dec/03/a-blast-from-the-past/

2 12, 2010

10 SC colleges split $16 million for biomedicine – AP

By |2014-05-19T15:49:26-04:00December 2, 2010|Campus Life|Comments Off on 10 SC colleges split $16 million for biomedicine – AP

South Carolina is set to get about $4 million. Clemson, the Medical University of South Carolina, Claflin University, South Carolina State University, the College of Charleston and USC-Beaufort are getting about $1 million each. http://www.thesunnews.com/2010/11/30/1842044/10-sc-colleges-split-16-million.html#ixzz16s6ugbPk

2 12, 2010

Bill would require colleges’ transparency – The Post and Courier

By |2014-05-19T15:39:47-04:00December 2, 2010|Campus Life|Comments Off on Bill would require colleges’ transparency – The Post and Courier

Greg Padgett, chairman of the College of Charleston's Board of Trustees, attended the press conference. "We're a public institution," he said. "And it's a good move by the state to support transparency." http://www.postandcourier.com/news/2010/dec/02/bill-would-require-colleges-transparency/

2 12, 2010

Report looks to turn sour notes around – The Post and Courier

By |2014-05-19T15:40:21-04:00December 2, 2010|Campus Life|Comments Off on Report looks to turn sour notes around – The Post and Courier

--Create a music conservatory at the College of Charleston to draw young professional musicians, provide stable employment and pursue opportunities for arts education initiatives in the public schools. The report, titled "Future of Orchestral Music," was issued after months of meetings, consultations and preparation. The March shutdown of the symphony prompted a community response that

30 11, 2010

Fun Phone Apps For College Applicants – College Bound Network

By |2014-05-19T15:48:56-04:00November 30, 2010|Campus Life|Comments Off on Fun Phone Apps For College Applicants – College Bound Network

No more pulling out a big ol’ campus map and making it known to everyone on campus that you’re a lost little high school student. Schools like University of New Haven, College of Charleston, Stanford University, University of Florida, and University of Oregon put campus maps and contact info available in a free app. The

30 11, 2010

Foursquare and over-share – The Post and Courier

By |2014-05-19T15:42:39-04:00November 30, 2010|Campus Life|Comments Off on Foursquare and over-share – The Post and Courier

"It starts as a gimmick but there's money involved," said Doug Ferguson, a professor of communication who teaches a social media graduate course at the College of Charleston. "If companies want that business they need to be on these sites. Then someone is going to make a lot of money." http://www.postandcourier.com/news/2010/nov/21/foursquare-and-over-share/

30 11, 2010

Sign-in services bring benefits, snags – The Post and Courier

By |2014-05-19T15:43:59-04:00November 30, 2010|Campus Life|Comments Off on Sign-in services bring benefits, snags – The Post and Courier

"It starts as a gimmick but there's money involved," said Doug Ferguson, a professor of communication who teaches a social media graduate course at the College of Charleston. "If companies want that business they need to be on these sites. Then someone is going to make a lot of money”. http://www.thesunnews.com/2010/11/23/1828673/sign-in-services-bring-benefits.html#ixzz167Zhaa1a

30 11, 2010

Film center shut down – The Post and Courier

By |2015-03-25T10:33:28-04:00November 30, 2010|Campus Life|Comments Off on Film center shut down – The Post and Courier

The well-regarded Center for the Documentary has been closed at College of Charleston. Its few staff have been moved to the college marketing department, where more focus will be put on videos promoting the school. http://www.postandcourier.com/news/2010/nov/26/film-center-shut-down/