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The Liberal Arts: a pathway to success

In recent years, the news media, politicians and educators have encouraged students to major in STEM fields – science, technology, engineering and math. News reports emphasize that’s where the jobs and the money are. But don’t be too quick to count the liberal arts out. Recent research is confirming what Charleston Southern alumni and current […]

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York’s employer paying it forward

In her position as director of mobilization at OneWorld Health, Amie York oversees all volunteer operations including recruiting and training volunteers. Several times a year, OneWorld Health sends teams of short-term medical and nonmedical volunteers to serve the rural communities surrounding OneWorld Health’s locally operated healthcare facilities in Uganda and Nicaragua. York is currently studying […]

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CSU announces spring 2019 Dean’s List

Charleston Southern University had 898 students named to the Dean’s List for spring 2019. In order to be named to the Dean’s List, students must have earned a 3.5 GPA or better, and have earned 12 or more credit hours for the semester. For the full list of spring 2019 Dean’s List students, click here […]

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CSU and Kangnam University sign agreement

Dr. Dondi Costin, president of Charleston Southern University, and Dr. Shinil Yoon, president of Kangnam University in South Korea, signed an agreement of partnership June 19. The partnership grew from a relationship both universities have with Dr. Billy Kim, evangelist and chairman of the Far East Broadcasting Company-Korea. Kim spoke at CSU in the spring […]

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Johnson and Keener named to Forty Under 40 list

The Charleston Regional Business Journal recently named two Charleston Southern employees to the 2019 class of Forty Under 40. Honorees are nominated by individuals and businesses. The CRBJ said, “The annual awards recognize the success and community involvement of 40 professionals under age 40 who are making their mark on the region from a mix […]

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2019 college tuition giveaway contest opens

Charleston Southern University is once again partnering with HIS Radio to offer one year of college tuition plus room and board at CSU to one deserving student. The 2019 contest is open until May 27 and is valid for a prospective student pursuing traditional or online undergraduate studies. Last year, the university gave a full […]

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Our Day with Dondi

Before the semester ended, Anna Menendez ’19 and Sarah Parris ’20, communication studies interns in the Office of Marketing & Communication, spent a day with President Dondi Costin. Costin takes his busy schedule in stride and said, “There’s nothing I don’t like. The challenge is what makes it fun to tell you the truth, so […]

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It’s Not Rocket Science

Most earthlings never get the chance to rub elbows with a real-life rocket scientist. What those brainiacs do seems so complex that we assume only a space cadet could ever understand it. More often than not, our grasp of the galactic is limited to exposing the relative simplicity of every other task with this backhanded bow to […]

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CSU breaks ground on health science building expansion

Charleston Southern University broke ground for an additional health science building on Monday, January 28, 2019. The 13,272-square-foot building is an expansion to the first health science building (built in 2017 and opened in 2018) to accommodate the growing health science programs at CSU, including the future doctor of physical therapy.  “The expansion allows CSU […]

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