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Irick’s education advances her career

Dr. Albany Cromer Irick’s career path is the perfect example of how a liberal arts major can transition to a high level job with a major impact.  Irick, who earned an English degree at the University of South Carolina, is inspired by a love of technology and teaching. Her liberal arts degree gave her a […]

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Sigma Beta Delta honors 12 students

The Hans A. Nielsen College of Business honored 12 students who attained superior academic records by inducting them into the international honor society, Sigma Beta Delta, on April 21, 2022. To qualify for an invitation to join Sigma Beta Delta, students majoring in business must be in the top 20% of their junior, senior or second-year […]

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CSU students teach financial literacy in low-income afterschool program

Students and faculty from Charleston Southern University are going beyond their four walls of a campus classroom to teach financial literacy to children in North Charleston. This semester the Hans A. Nielsen College of Business’s Center for Personal Financial Management began a partnership with local nonprofit Beyond Our Walls, which provides free afterschool and summer […]

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Business students support nonprofit, fight human trafficking

Business students completed a semester-long project bringing awareness to a Latin American nonprofit that houses pregnant, sex-trafficked victims. Along the streets of Medellin, Colombia, are homeless women who wait for a helping hand to afford their next meal or fund their drug habit. Unfortunately, due to the country’s poverty and crime levels, the only people […]

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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: 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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A CSU Degree leads to individual freedom for Gamkredlize

At the intersection of Europe and Asia lies the Republic of Georgia. The country, most recently occupied by the Soviet Union, is known for its grand centuries-old cathedrals, ancient cities and vineyards, mighty mountain peaks and hospitable people. Georgians, like David Gamkredlize ’08, are eager to share their homeland’s history, culture and selfless desire for stability.  Gamkredlize spent his entire life in […]

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Alumni Q&A: Justin Ervin `11

Justin Ervin is currently assigned as a defense counsel, representing soldiers accused of violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, everything ranging from murder trials to simple AWOL cases. He earned a juris doctorate and a master of business administration from Wake Forest University. Q. What skills did you learn at CSU that have […]

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