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CSU’s Online Bachelor’s Program ranks best in S.C., top 25 in nation

U.S. News and World Report has named Charleston Southern University #25 on the Best Online Bachelor’s Programs list and #20 on the Best Online Bachelor’s Programs for Veterans list, the highest listings of any university in South Carolina for 2019. Dr. Marc Embler, assistant vice president for academic affairs: online programs, technology and grants, said,  “We are extremely proud to […]

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Physician Assistant Program celebrates another milestone

The Physician Assistant Program at CSU began its first cohort in January 2018. The inaugural class of 25 students recently completed the didactic year of the program, which was celebrated with the program’s first White Coat Ceremony.  Similar to graduation, the White Coat Ceremony represents a new beginning. Unlike graduation, this ceremony does not symbolize the […]

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Inaugural doctoral cohort begins at CSU

Charleston Southern University’s first doctoral level cohort began studies this week for the Doctor of Education (EdD) with an emphasis in Leadership. The program began accepting applications last summer and, due to the demand, added two additional cohorts in 2019. The inaugural cohort of 22 students will complete the program in December 2021. The EdD […]

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Teaching online and in the classroom

Online business professor, David Britt, and traditional classroom graphic design professor, Andrea Glover, recently spoke about favorite teaching methods and why they like their method of teaching.  What do you like best about your teaching method?  Britt: I love the flexibility I have by using different learning assets in an online course. I utilize textbooks, professional books, publications, magazines, newspapers, videos and […]

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Interprofessional training for CSU healthcare students

Nursing, athletic training and physician assistant students wrapped up the fall semester at Charleston Southern University by participating in two days of interprofessional training exercises. College of Nursing instructor Karen Arnold reminded students that learning to format information in a classroom setting is easy compared to getting everything down in a hurry in a real […]

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Study tips for finals

Studying for finals doesn’t have to be as scary as your fellow students and the media sometimes make it out to be.  Anna Menendez, a tutor in Charleston Southern University’s Learning Center and a senior majoring in English and communication studies, offers some tips for making it through finals: Compile One Study Guide: Review your […]

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Visiting professor works with Horton School of Music

The Horton School of Music hosted a guest lecturer/conductor recently who also was the guest conductor during the Inauguration Concert Oct. 28. Dr. Noel Tredinnick, professor of conducting and academic studies at London’s Guildhall School of Music & Drama, and organist, conductor and director of music at All Souls Church, also served as a delegate […]

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Biology major worked with elephants in Thailand

Deanna Yates, a junior biology major, spent two weeks in Thailand during the summer helping animals and learning hands-on what it’s like to be a veterinarian. Traveling with study-abroad organization Loop Abroad, Yates was selected as part of a small team that volunteered giving care at a dog shelter and spent a week working directly with rescued […]

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Internships benefit students

Freshmen entering CSU in the 2018-19 academic year will be required to complete one Experiential Learning Requirement (ELR) as part of the Experiential Learning Initiative (ELI) in order to be eligible to graduate. Before you panic and frantically search the academic catalog, take a deep breath. You must first declare a major; your faculty advisor […]

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CSU training 51 Teaching Fellows

Did you know Charleston Southern has 51 Teaching Fellows currently enrolled? The group includes 11 freshmen Fellows. The South Carolina Teaching Fellows Program recruits high school seniors into the teaching profession and helps them develop leadership qualities in addition to their education major. The CSU Teaching Fellows receive a scholarship funded by the S.C. General […]

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