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Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Soohyun Yun

Dr. Soohyun Yun performed at the Piano Texas International Festival in summer 2019, including three concerts and three public master classes. Yun won the concerto competition and performed Schumann Piano Concerto with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra under the baton of maestro Miguel Harth-Bedoya. She also performed in the Ilshin Art Hall in Seoul, Korea […]

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U.S. News once again names CSU top-ranked in S.C. for online bachelor’s degrees, #11 nationwide

U.S. News and World Report’s 2020 ranking for online programs lists Charleston Southern University at #11 nationally for Best Online Bachelor’s Programs. This ranking represents a jump of 14 positions in a single year and again makes CSU the top-ranked school in the state of South Carolina for online bachelor’s degrees. CSU also ranks #8 in […]

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Scholarships established in David Gray’s memory

Two scholarships honoring the memory of Major W. David Gray ’01, who was killed Aug. 8, 2012, in Afghanistan, have been established.  AFROTC Cadet Gabrielle D’Amico, a sophomore majoring in criminal justice with an aerospace studies minor, is the recipient of The Major W. David Gray Air Force Leadership Funded Scholarship for 2019-2020.  The Major W. David […]

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Ralissa DeJong completes Meraki internship

When Ralissa DeJong sent in her internship application to the Meraki Honors Program of King’s College, she had no idea that she had just set into motion a series of events that would lead to the summer of a lifetime. Born and raised in Arizona, DeJong came to visit CSU after a friend recommended the […]

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CSU graduates first Physician Assistant class

The inaugural Charleston Southern University Physician Assistant class graduated Saturday, Dec. 14. All 25 students in the first cohort, which began in January 2018, received a Master of Medical Science in physician assistant studies degree. The PA students finished their clinical rotations in December. Graduates are now eligible to sit for the national certification examination […]

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Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Carissa T. Smith

Dr. Carissa Smith is the author of the recently published Cyborg Saints: Religion and Posthumanism in Middle Grade and Young Adult Fiction in Routledge’s Children’s Literature and Culture Series. Promotional material says, “Cyborg Saints charts new ground in joining religion and posthumanism to represent the creativity and diversity of young people’s fiction.” Smith is also […]

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Shuler digs through 300 years of history

The most interesting items Ethan Shuler has found in his archaeological dig at Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site in Summerville are a musket ball and a red glass jewel bead. He’s also found mounds of broken bricks, but that hasn’t dimmed his enthusiasm. “I wanted to get out and find history,” said Shuler. “It’s awesome […]

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Cybersecurity program continues to grow

The world of cybersecurity is rapidly evolving, and Charleston Southern University is at the forefront of this new frontier with its cybersecurity major, which graduated its first class in the spring.   Dr. Yu-Ju Lin has been working at CSU for over 16 years and is the director of graduate studies in computer science. In 2017 […]

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Cyberbullying has long-term effects

Technology is a large part of on-campus life. Not only is it used to research assignments or stay connected with professors, but to socialize with friends and family. Although platforms like social media and texting allow us to interact easily and spread support and love, it also allows individuals an outlet to be rude, insult […]

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CSU makes 100 Best College Buys and Best Christian Colleges lists again

National lists celebrating affordable colleges and Christian education have once again included CSU. CSU has been named to America’s 100 Best College Buys for 15 consecutive years and America’s Best Christian Colleges for 21 consecutive years. To be considered for America’s 100 Best College Buys, an institution must be an accredited, four-year institution offering bachelor’s […]

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