The supply chain usually works so well that most people take it for granted until an event like the coronavirus outbreak completely upends it. Kent Gourdin, the director of the School of Business’s Global Logistics and Transportation Program, talks about the impacts to the global supply chain.
When people think about gaming, they might imagine it as a solitary activity. But, members of the College of Charleston’s Esports Club are quick to point out online gaming can be very social.
If you are in need of a nice distracting read, here are some recommendations from book-loving faculty and staff at the College of Charleston.
College of Charleston administrators will host virtual town hall meetings regarding the College's response to COVID-19 for staff, faculty, students, and parents and families on Tuesday, March 24, and Wednesday, March 25.
On Sunday, March 15, 2020, in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster ordered the closure of the state’s k-12 schools and public universities for the next two weeks. As a result, the College of Charleston will suspend its in-person classes and move to online/distance learning from March 23 until at least April 3.
President Andrew T. Hsu sent the following message to the campus community on Thursday, March 12, 2020: Dear Campus Community: As we all watch what is happening with the Coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. and around the world, it’s probably safe to say that this situation will, unfortunately, get worse before it improves. In consultation
The College continues to closely monitor the 2019 Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak for its ongoing and potential impacts and is taking appropriate actions to safeguard our university community.