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Woman Wednesday Series: Dr. Jill Terhaar Lewis

To kick off Women’s History Month, we will highlight a Charleston Southern University woman who has influenced their part of campus and our community for the better. Today, the spotlight is on Dr. Jill Terhaar Lewis, professor of music and chair of vocal programs in CSU’s Horton School of Music. She is also the Mid-Atlantic […]

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S.C. begins Phase 1b on March 8

According to Governor Henry McMaster and the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC), South Carolina will advance to Phase 1b of the COVID-19 vaccination plan. Beginning Monday, March 8, the following groups are eligible to make COVID-19 vaccination appointments: ages 55+, ages 16-64 with high-risk medical conditions, special needs persons, and frontline workers (i.e. K-12 and […]

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Silicon Harbor: local opportunities for CSU grads

Familiar with Silicon Valley? No, not the television series, though that is what it’s based on. Silicon Valley refers to a region in southern San Francisco that serves as a global center for innovative technology and a leading hub for high-tech development. Its birth came from the development of the silicon-based integrated circuit—the first of […]

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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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Campus furthers diversity, unity initiatives

Black History Month may be drawing to a close, but there are exciting plans on the horizon for diversity programming at Charleston Southern University. The Office of Diversity has partnered with many areas of campus to provide resources that educate on pains of the past, examine issues of the present, and emphasize opportunities for the future in our community and nation.   In recent months, the Diversity office has provided […]

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CSU plans for in-person classes this fall

Charleston Southern University intends to resume on-campus, in-person instruction for the Fall 2021 semester. According to the University Pandemic Task Force, evidence from this year’s careful adherence to classroom health protocols shows CSU classrooms among the safest spaces on campus. In fact, there are zero cases on campus at this time.  “With our campus community adhering to our BUCSAFE protocols, […]

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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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Heart Health Week kicks off Feb. 22

February is often considered the month of love, with couples sending heart emojis and sharing a box of chocolates for Valentine’s Day. But did you know that February is also American Heart Health Month? That’s right. And although it may sound like an annual campaign, heart health is more important now than ever before. Not […]

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CSU Scholars Academy gives high school students a head start

High school students can get a head start on their college career through the CSU Scholars Academy at Charleston Southern University. The dual enrollment program invites high school juniors and seniors to earn college credit at only $275 per course. Offering both asynchronous online and in-person courses, the program is open to public, private, and […]

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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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