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Creation care a responsibility

From the first book of Genesis to the final book of Revelation, we find Scripture that speaks of God’s great power in creating the heavens and the earth and all that is within. God created Earth for humankind to dwell in it, and He charged us with taking care of it.  According to Dr. Ben […]

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CSU student to compete in national singing competition

The Horton School of Music at Charleston Southern University is proud to announce that Samuel Polk, sophomore music education – choral major, has earned entry into the National Preliminary Round of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) Student Auditions. This progressive audition first required Polk to finish with a qualifying score at the district […]

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Online student ministry degree offered this fall

Current and prospective students interested in student ministry at Charleston Southern University will be able to take courses fully online later this year. Beginning fall 2021, the College of Christian Studies will offer the online degree in addition to its current on-campus Bachelor of Arts in student ministry. Primarily targeting prospective students who are current […]

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Program at CSU encourages future Black male educators

African American students make up approximately 16% of K-12 public school enrollment in the United States, according to the U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics. Even fewer are the available African American teachers in public schools. Although South Carolina’s African American K-12 students make up almost 50% of the public classroom, less than 20 […]

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Athletic trainers essential to healthcare

When most hear the term athletic training, it is common to envision a man or woman running to the aid of an injured athlete on the field or court. Charleston Southern University student Amy Hoyt, currently in the Master of Athletic Training program, said it’s much more than that. “Along with injury prevention, evaluation and […]

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Endowed scholarship honors memory of national icon

The Rosemary Wenchel Memorial Scholarship has been fully funded and will be available to a female cybersecurity student seeking a career in supporting national security.  Wenchel was known to many as a “national cybersecurity icon.” Palmetto Roost, a frequent supporter of CSU computer science and cybersecurity programs, initiated raising funds to establish an endowed scholarship in Wenchel’s memory. The Young […]

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Silicon Harbor: local opportunities for CSU grads

Familiar with Silicon Valley? No, not the television series, though that is what it’s based on. Silicon Valley refers to a region in southern San Francisco that serves as a global center for innovative technology and a leading hub for high-tech development. Its birth came from the development of the silicon-based integrated circuit—the first of […]

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CSU plans for in-person classes this fall

Charleston Southern University intends to resume on-campus, in-person instruction for the Fall 2021 semester. According to the University Pandemic Task Force, evidence from this year’s careful adherence to classroom health protocols shows CSU classrooms among the safest spaces on campus. In fact, there are zero cases on campus at this time.  “With our campus community adhering to our BUCSAFE protocols, […]

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CSU Scholars Academy gives high school students a head start

High school students can get a head start on their college career through the CSU Scholars Academy at Charleston Southern University. The dual enrollment program invites high school juniors and seniors to earn college credit at only $275 per course. Offering both asynchronous online and in-person courses, the program is open to public, private, and […]

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Spanish and education student internship established

A new Spanish and Education Student Internship program between Charleston Southern University’s College of Education and Charleston Bilingual Academy/Clapham Education Group will benefit students at both institutions. The Memorandum of Understanding will offer: Classroom observation and internship opportunities for Charleston Southern students. Professional development activities for Charleston Bilingual Academy teachers and other educational personnel. Cross-curricular […]

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