Celebration will be held Friday, May 6 at 7 p.m.
More than 30 people were recognized for creating a campus environment that promotes diversity and excellence.
Museum will be closed through May 15 during the exhibit installation.
Find out more about the College's new Peace Corps Master's International graduate degree.
“Even if we didn’t have Civil War events, this weekend would probably be huge,” said Kevin Smith, a researcher in the Office of Tourism Analysis in the College of Charleston’s Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management. http://www.thestate.com/2011/04/09/1770582/tourism-booms-before-cannons.html#storylink=misearch#ixzz1JDspnwAD
"This place is absolutely central to telling the story of slavery," said Bernard Powers, a professor of history at the College of Charleston. "I'm still amazed by how many people and their families are rooted here in South Carolina." http://www.postandcourier.com/news/2011/apr/10/slavery-in-charleston-a-chronicle-of-human/
Edmund Drago, a professor of history at the College of Charleston and author of a book on Confederate children, said while the family’s pride is honest, there are different points of view. “This is really a matter of interpretation,” he said. “Because when you say that you are happy you fired that first shot, for
The Center has collected art and archival materials to document the history, traditions and legacies of African Americans and their influence on society.
College of Charleston, Charleston schools partner to give students real-world experience – Charleston Post and Courier
Charleston County high school students will receive real-world job training through a new partnership with the College of Charleston. The college’s Students in Free Enterprise program has launched the Cougar Apprentice Program, a new initiative to teach high school students skills such as how to apply for a job and work in a retail setting.
College of Charleston to Honor Mike Veeck with Distinguished Communicator Award – Swamp Fox Business News
The College of Charleston’s Department of Communication will honor Charleston RiverDogs president Mike Veeck with its Distinguished Communicator Award. Veeck will deliver a speech at 4 p.m., April 11, at the Stern Center Ballroom on the College of Charleston campus. http://www.swampfox.ws/2011/04/04/college-charleston-honor-mike-veeck-distinguished-communicator-award