College of Charleston In The News: Week of April 15, 2024

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CofC “In The News” is a weekly roundup of news articles featuring College faculty, staff, students or alumni.

Tracing Charleston’s History of Slavery, From a Burial Ground to a DNA Swab

Anthropologist Joanna Gilmore talks to The New York Times about her work chronicling African burial grounds in Charleston.

South Carolina Public Radio and College of Charleston announce the April 12 premiere of ‘Teachable Moments’

The Associated Press reports that the College and South Carolina Public Radio are launching a radio program. 

Reagan wouldn’t recognize Trump-style ‘conservatism’ – a look at how the GOP has changed

Political science professor Karyn Amira writes an article for Yahoo! News about political parties.

SC is desperate for teachers. Some would-be educators look beyond college for training

Teacher education professor Tracey Hunter-Doniger talks with The Post and Courier about training teachers.

SCRA presents Company, Founder, and Researcher of the Year awards at Annual Summit

Lowcountry Biz reports that astronomy professor Joe Carson has been named Applied Researcher of the Year by the South Carolina Research Authority.

The future of DEI looms in State Senate. Has it already impacted SC colleges?

The Post and Courier talks with College students about proposed DEI legislation.


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