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CSU named 2020 Large Business of the Year by Summerville Chamber

The Greater Summerville/Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce announced Charleston Southern University as the 2020 Large Business of the Year. This award program is designed to recognize the dedication, achievement and entrepreneurial spirit displayed by exceptional local businesses, nonprofits and individuals. Long recognized for delivering a world-class education grounded in a biblical worldview and rooted in the liberal […]

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Spanish and education student internship established

A new Spanish and Education Student Internship program between Charleston Southern University’s College of Education and Charleston Bilingual Academy/Clapham Education Group will benefit students at both institutions. The Memorandum of Understanding will offer: Classroom observation and internship opportunities for Charleston Southern students. Professional development activities for Charleston Bilingual Academy teachers and other educational personnel. Cross-curricular […]

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Vaccine available to ages 65+

DHEC announced that beginning today, February 8, any South Carolina resident aged 65 or older, regardless of health status or preexisting conditions, can begin scheduling COVID-19 vaccine appointments. You may use the following link to search for convenient locations currently accepting appointments: scdhec.gov/vaxlocator.  According to DHEC, 81.7% of COVID-19 deaths in our state have been among this age group. […]

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Local churches team up, provide isolation care packages

Wearing a mask and staying six feet apart has become the new norm in these times of COVID-19. In its best efforts, Charleston Southern University continues to maintain safe practices in avoiding the virus by implementing certain protocols, such as the LiveSafe app, limiting gatherings, and having students wipe down their desks.  Any time a resident student […]

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CSU celebrates Black History

The celebration of Black History in America has changed drastically over the past century. In 1926, only half a century after the 13th Amendment abolished U.S. slavery, Dr. Carter G. Woodson coined the second week of February as Negro History Week. The week lines up with the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass—one a presidential […]

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U.S. News again ranks CSU in top 25 nationwide for online

U.S. News and World Report once again lists Charleston Southern University in its top 25 for Best Online Bachelor’s Programs. Coming in at #21, this is Charleston Southern’s second consecutive year as a top online bachelor’s program in South Carolina. CSU also ranks #13 in the nation for Best Online Bachelor’s Programs for Veterans—keeping its top […]

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Rooms available for testing, study use for spring

Reflective of the fall semester, vacant classrooms are available for students who seek space for small group study sessions or for synchronous online classes while on Charleston Southern’s campus. The classrooms may also be used for online testing.  In order for students to have fair access as well as ensure COVID-safe practices, a classroom schedule […]

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Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Jason Peterson

Dr. Jason Peterson, department chair of the Department of Communication and associate professor, focuses his research on the Civil Rights Movement and sports. Originally from Warner Robins, Georgia, Peterson has a bachelor’s in mass communication from Georgia College, a master’s in journalism from the University of Georgia, and a PhD in mass communication and journalism […]

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First EdD cohort student published

Emily Enloe, a dance instructor, and a student in the Doctor of Education in leadership program, is the first EdD student to have an article published in a scholarly journal. Strategies: A Journal for Physical and Sport Educators has published “Social and Emotional Learning Through Creative Movement in the Physical Education Classroom.” Enloe explains how to […]

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Student-led women’s ministry continues to grow

Render, a women’s ministry led by Charleston Southern University students, is ringing in a new year with a new leader. Junior kinesiology major Gabrielle Axson now spearheads the growing group, filling the shoes of Render’s co-founder upon her graduation. Lindsey Jester ‘20, a recent December grad, established the group with alumna Sarah Parris ‘20 who […]

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