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Women’s History Month Spotlight: Lt. Col. Billie Rothwell

Women’s History Month is dedicated to celebrating and reflecting on the contributions women have made to U.S. history, culture, and society. When it was first established, the women’s history celebration was only a weeklong observance. It was organized by the school district of Sonoma, California in 1978. Since then, President Jimmy Carter issued the first […]

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Professor named Editor-in-Chief of international PT journal

Dr. Kevin Brueilly, professor of physical therapy at Charleston Southern University, has been named as the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Acute Care Physical Therapy (JACPT), the only peer reviewed journal dedicated specifically to acute care physical therapy. JACPT is the official journal of the Academy of Acute Care Physical Therapy of the American Physical […]

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CSU, Drawing Near to God, IAAM partner to host worship night

Charleston Southern University, Drawing Near to God Ministry, and the International African American Museum are partnering together to host a unique worship night on Saturday, April 2 at CSU’s Lightsey Chapel. The Unified Evening of Worship: One in Christ event is free and encourages individuals and groups from all walks of the Christian faith to gather for […]

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Spring commencement set for May 7 at North Charleston Coliseum

For the first time in three years, Charleston Southern University will host its traditional commencement ceremony at the North Charleston Coliseum. More than 750 students will graduate and approximately 550 are expected to participate on Saturday, May 7, 2022, at 10 a.m.  In 2020, CSU held a virtual graduation as well as an in-person diploma […]

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Professor and alumnus advance in conducting competition

Dr. Dustin Ousley, director of the Charleston Southern choral program, and the CSU Concert Singers were recently recognized as semifinalists in The American Prize – Choral Performance division. In addition, a 2019 graduate choral program graduate, Timmi Winston, was also selected with her Philip Simmons High School Choir. Ousley and the CSU Concert Singers were […]

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Charleston Southern student receives CIC/UPS scholarship

Charleston Southern University student Allison Brown, a sophomore biology major from Patrick, South Carolina, has been selected to receive a CIC/UPS Scholarship provided by the SC Independent Colleges & Universities (SCICU) and its national partner, the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) in Washington, DC. Brown said she is deeply appreciative of this financial support. “I’ve been provided an […]

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EdD grad receives prestigious awards

Recent Doctor of Education graduate Tammy Thompson is one of three 2021 Institute Patient Experience Scholars for the Beryl Institute, and the only American to receive the award. According to their website, the Beryl Institute is a global community of healthcare professionals committed to transforming the human experience in healthcare. Thompson also started a three-year fellowship […]

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Black History Month happenings on campus

The annual celebration of Black History Month is a time to celebrate and acknowledge the culture, achievements, and resilience of African Americans in our country. We recognize and honor the contributions they have made to society and the role they play in U.S. History. Black History Month became officially recognized in 1976 by President Gerald […]

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CSU students tutor elementary students with Heart Math

Charleston Southern students are volunteering with Heart Math Tutoring in an effort to give back and provide academic assistance to students in need. Heart Math Tutoring is an organization passionate about empowering young students to improve their math skills. Each student has unique challenges they face and the one-on-one attention provides specialized help. Since 2013, […]

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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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