Stevan Harris will graduate with an M.A.T. in Elementary Education.
Terry Peterson, senior fellow in the School of Education, Health, and Human Performance, received the prestigious William S. White Achievement Award.
Students prepare for graduation on May 7 and 8.
Dorinda Harmon, director of transfer and adult student admission at the College of Charleston, said the Keystone program is for students who are among the first generation in their families to attend college; from lower-income families; or from a minority group. The program helps students to get familiar with the college and its services before
With the help of the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art at the College of Charleston, MUSC decided to commission South Carolina photographers to portray their fellow citizens at work and play - the resulting portraits, it was thought, would provide the faculty and the students at the institution some sense of the people they serve.
“I suspect they will not go forward with criminal charges”, says College of Charleston Political Science Professor Jeri Cabot. She brings up the point that many government heads travel just like Governor Sanford did. Some critics believe McMaster who's also running for governor should have turned the investigation over to another party. http://www.wciv.com/news/stories/0510/731908.html
Miami Herald’s Business News program speaks with Doug Walker, author of The Economics of Gambling and associate professor at the College of Charleston. Video by Miami Herald Studio. Read full article.
Computers will be part of the Computer Science Department.
Professors give their free overview of must-see events.
Primerica Inc.'s board of directors has elected longtime educator P. George Benson to its board of directors. Benson, 63, has been appointed to serve on both the audit and compensation committees, the company said in a news release Monday. Benson has been the president of the College of Charleston in Charleston, S.C. since February 2007.