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Joe Tallon ’69 and son publish book about love, war, survival

After graduating from Baptist College (now CSU) in 1969, Joe Tallon planned to enter the Air Force and learn to fly C-141s, the planes he saw flying over his childhood home in North Charleston. While waiting for the Air Force, Tallon received a letter from Selective Service. Newly married, Tallon entered officer training with the […]

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Ott Fellowship enhances faculty research at CSU

Professors within the College of Christian Studies have participated in a fellowship the last few years that has enhanced faculty research beyond the scope of a normal classroom setting. The Ott Fellowship was generated by a donation from Gene and Freda Ott to Charleston Southern University. The fellowship supports a professor over a three-year term […]

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Psychology club a resume-builder for students

Psychology Club is one of 50+ organizations here at Charleston Southern University and, for the students who attend, serves as an outlet for students to gain knowledge about graduate school, perspective jobs in the field, and different ways to participate in the community supporting charities such as Walk for Life and Walk for Alzheimer’s, and […]

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CSU nationally recognized for online programs by U.S. News

U.S. News and World Report lists Charleston Southern University on its Best Online Programs for 2022 rankings. Charleston Southern’s Online Bachelor’s Programs for Veterans is ranked No. 21 nationally, and is the top-ranked program in South Carolina. Additionally, CSU is ranked No. 29 nationally for Best Online Bachelor’s Programs. Dr. Dondi E. Costin, president, said, “These […]

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Monitoring winter weather

Charleston Southern University is monitoring possible inclement weather conditions for tomorrow, January 21. The National Weather Service currently forecasts a high of 40 degrees and rain in the Charleston area, with the potential for icy conditions after 10 p.m. and until 4 a.m. Saturday. At this time, the university does not plan to alter current […]

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Multimillion-dollar gift establishes Hans A. Nielsen College of Business at CSU

Charleston Southern University’s Board of Trustees approved the naming of its business school after receiving a $2 million dollar commitment from the Nielsen family. The gift, from alumnus Roger Nielsen and his wife, Joyce, and their children, Brian and Kristen, is in honor of Roger’s father, Hans A. Nielsen.   “Roger and his family have extended their legacy as difference makers by investing their resources to support generations of CSU students following in Roger’s footsteps,” President […]

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Pairing technology and other fields in applied computing

CSU’s new Bachelor of Arts in applied computing pairs a related discipline such as business, cybersecurity, or graphic arts with traditional computer science skills such as software development and computational problem-solving. Students gain a strong foundation in computer science and how to apply it in a particular field. Dr. Sean Hayes, associate professor and chair […]

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CSU offers area’s only SEVP-certified IEP course

Non-English speakers in the Lowcountry may better prepare for higher education in the United States through the Intensive English Program (IEP) at Charleston Southern University. Beginning January 10, participants in the program will take 18 hours of instruction per week with additional optional courses to gain better English-speaking skills.  An IEP serves students who are […]

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Alum creates nonprofit to honor son’s memory

Chris Kinsey ’20 walked the CSU stage at graduation a year late, due to COVID-19, and carried her late son Ben’s picture with her to remind herself who she does it all for.  “I’ve learned that everyone grieves differently, and for me, the only way I’m getting through it is to know I’m helping others […]

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Students perform at CSO’s 2021 Tour of Homes

A few weeks before Christmas break, students and faculty from Charleston Southern University’s Horton School of Music performed in the 2021 Symphony Tour of Homes. The 24th annual event hosted by the Charleston Symphony Orchestra League is a self-guided tour of five stunning homes on Kiawah Island. Nearly 1,000 tickets were sold. Dr. Soohyun Yun, director […]

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