Week of Oct. 24, 2022

College of Charleston “In The News” is a weekly roundup of news articles featuring College faculty, staff, students or alumni. Recent media coverage of the College includes:

The most beautiful college campus in every state

MSN names CofC the most beautiful campus in South Carolina.

Dr. Courtney Howard Appointed CDO and VP for DEI at the College of Charleston

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education announces that Courtney Howard is CofC’s new chief diversity officer and vice president for diversity, equity and inclusion.

Changing the Face of Innovation

BusinessNews reports that CofC and MUSC have received a grant to establish the STEM-Coaching and Resources for Entrepreneurial Women program.

On Hilton Head, advocates push for workforce housing. But not everyone wants it.

Economics professor Mark Witte talks to The Post and Courier about affordable housing on Hilton Head Island.

Charleston mayoral candidates report second-quarter fundraising numbers

The Post and Courier talks to political science professor Kendra Stewart about political fundraising.

“Yes! I’m a Feminist” event supports CofC program

Charleston City Paper previews the annual “Yes! I’m a Feminist” fundraising event.

Behre: New book traces arguably Charleston’s most influential 20th century architect

The Post and Courier reviews a new book by architectural historian Ralph Muldrow.

SCEMD launches interactive earthquake website

Geologist Norm Levine talks to Charleston City Paper about seismic activity.

College of Charleston extends contract for President Hsu

Charleston Regional Business Journal reports that College of Charleston President Andrew T. Hsu has a new contract.

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