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Woman Wednesday Series: Dr. June Scobee Rodgers ’71

Dr. June Scobee Rodgers holds the distinction of being the first woman and the first alumnus guest speaker at a CSU Commencement ceremony, in 1987. During her career as an educator, she was a national speaker on educating gifted children. Her late husband, Francis R. Scobee, was commander of the space shuttle The Challenger, which […]

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Alumni: Lisa Grant MS ’17

Lisa Grant grew up in Awendaw and currently lives in Northern Virginia. She graduated with a Master of Science in supply chain management in 2017. Grant is a proud mother  to her teenage son, Courey. In addition, she is a Real Estate Agent and founder of See Wee Homes, LLC.  Art To me art is our imagination rooted in reality. It’s taking our creative subconscious thoughts and giving them life, […]

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Young Alumni: Madi Kirkwood ’20

Madi Kirkwood ’20, graphic design major/business administration minor, is the owner and designer for Mae Creative, a freelance graphic design company specializing in branding and advertising. While at CSU, she completed five internships including CSU Marketing and Communication, Obviouslee Marketing, and Trident United Way. She’s been featured in Indigo, the annual CSU graphic design newsletter in 2019 and 2020. She resides in Charleston where she is on her sixth internship as a social media manager […]

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Foster kid to college VP

Pulling up to the dorm at Stanford University as a member of the Aspen Presidential Fellowship was a watershed moment for Dr. Kimberly Britt ’94. Britt is in a community college presidential leadership program run by Stanford University and the Aspen Institute.  Britt qualified for the program as the vice president of academic and student affairs at Reynolds Community College […]

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Morrall siblings establish scholarship

[Be] that type of person that has your hands open. If you can do something for a person, do it and be finished with it. It’s about if you can help that person. And that’s all it is.  Irene Morrall The Morrall siblings, Abraham Jr. ’78, Angela ’84, Corteze ’86 and Lloyd ’85, are passing on the legacy of helping others that they learned from […]

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Alumni: Corteze Morrall ’86

Corteze Morrall is an Inventory Management Specialist ordering expendable medical supplies for the Department of Veterans Affairs hospital in Temple, Texas. He is retired from the U.S. Army as a Noncommissioned officer where he trained soldiers and was responsible for requesting and turning in of Class IX repair parts.  His 20 years in the Army included a […]

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Alumni: Diana Saillant ’06

Diana Saillant is CEO of Saillant Language Consulting which offers the Healthcare Interpreter Training course at CSU. Three cohorts have completed the course, and many participants have gone on to complete national certification. Diana is the founder and president of the Hispanic Business Association of Charleston. She has three daughters, five grandchildren, and is happily married.   Creating Saillant Language Consulting   I always wanted […]

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Alumni: Dr. Ashley Milner ’89

Dr. Ashley Milner ’89 is an Assistant Professor of Education at the University of Mobile in Mobile, Alabama. She is also an Early Childhood Specialist and is a National Board Certified Teacher.  Teaching and Learning I love working with children because they are curious, uninhibited, genuine, and enthusiastic about life and learning. I thrive on knowing that I have made a […]

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Alumni: Angela Morrall ’84

Angela Morrall ’84 is an Enterprise Architect in the Chief Information Office G-6 at the Office of the Secretary of Defense at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. She has served 33 years in Federal Civil Service. She holds a master’s degree in computer resources and information management from Webster University and has earned numerous leadership certificates.  Staying current in […]

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Alumni: Cliff Marshall ’91

Cliff Marshall is Team Leader for the Start Team (church planters) for the South Carolina Baptist Convention. He has a background in student ministry. In 2004, he worked on planting a church, Freedom Fellowship in Greer, South Carolina. He served as pastor of Freedom Fellowship until joining the SCBC in 2015. He and his wife, Sherry Mathis Marshall […]

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