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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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CSU mourns loss of freshman Joe Bradshaw

Dear CSU Family, We received word early this morning of the untimely passing of current student Joe Bradshaw. Joe was a freshman engineering major from St. Augustine, Florida, and a proud member of the CSU football team/ministry. Joe passed away off campus late last night, and the authorities are still gathering information surrounding the circumstances of his […]

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Faculty Spotlight: Andrea Glover

Andrea Glover is the curriculum coordinator and an assistant professor of graphic design. She has worked in the field of graphic design for over 15 years, and has a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communications from the University of South Carolina as well as a Master of Fine Arts from the Savannah College of […]

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Severe Weather Alert: Campus Closing at Noon March 18

In anticipation of severe weather tomorrow, March 18, Charleston Southern University will close campus at noon and shift all afternoon and evening classes to online learning. All on-campus, in-person events are cancelled. Dining services will remain available for residents.  Thursday’s volleyball match against High Point has been postponed. For more updates on athletic events, please visit CSUSports.com.  […]

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Woman Wednesday Series: Dr. Skylar Stewart-Clark

In continued observance of Women’s History Month, this week’s Woman Wednesday spotlight is on Dr. Skylar Stewart-Clark. Before joining the faculty at the Charleston Southern University’s Physician Assistant program, Clark practiced adult urology and urologic oncology at the Medical University of South Carolina as well as served as adjunct faculty in the MUSC PA program. […]

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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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Endowed scholarship honors memory of national icon

The Rosemary Wenchel Memorial Scholarship has been fully funded and will be available to a female cybersecurity student seeking a career in supporting national security.  Wenchel was known to many as a “national cybersecurity icon.” Palmetto Roost, a frequent supporter of CSU computer science and cybersecurity programs, initiated raising funds to establish an endowed scholarship in Wenchel’s memory. The Young […]

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Woman Wednesday Series: Busola and Gabrielle

In honor of Women’s History Month, we are highlighting women from across the Charleston Southern University campus and beyond. This week’s Woman Wednesday spotlight is on two female movers and shakers who happen to be current students. Here’s a glimpse into the hearts of Busola Oseni and Gabrielle Axson. International roots, lasting CSU connections Busola […]

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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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