Archive | September, 2011

College of Charleston Business School to unveil ‘Wall of Honor’- Charleston Post and Courier

The first honorees of the College of Charleston’s School of Business’ “Wall of Honor” will be inducted today. The honorees are: Tommy and Victoria Baker, Guy and Betty Beatty, and George and Dorie Spaulding. They are being recognized for their “transformational and lasting impact on the School of Business,” the college said. The wall will […]

The 10 Best Places To Go To College- Huffington Post

#2 College of Charleston  Charleston is one of the most charming and picturesque cities in the South. Alongside beautiful, historic architecture is a thriving culture filled with exciting restaurants, bars, and clubs. “The location is amazing- downtown Charleston is beautiful and there is always something to do,” claims Amy, an education major. The College of […]

Elie Wiesel speaks to audience in Charleston- AP

CHARLESTON, S.C. — Nobel Prize laureate Elie Wiesel says those who tried to bring mankind to a better place after the horrors of the Holocaust have failed. The Post and Courier of Charleston reports ( that Wiesel told two audiences at the College of Charleston on Sunday that the world is still capable of war […]

Donation campaign to benefit Crisis Ministries homeless shelter- Charleston Post and Courier

Jess Glasser, community liaison for the Jewish Studies Program at the College of Charleston, turns 30 on Oct. 15. She decided to celebrate by giving back. She’s asking people she knows and anyone else to donate $30 to the Crisis Minstries homeless shelter, “and create a significant impact on the community in which I live.” […]

College of Charleston business school gets $500,000 gift- The State

The College of Charleston’s School of Business recently received a $500,000 gift from the Folkstone Limited Partnership to help students prepare for the global business world. “This gift from the Folkstone Limited Partnership will help the college provide students with the international and interdisciplinary perspectives they’ll need to reach their fullest potential and meet the […]

Bosch’s global chief talks to local students about company’s impact here, abroad- Charleston Post and Courier

Last week, Peter Marks, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Robert Bosch LLC, spoke to 200 business students at the College of Charleston’s School of Business. Most of us appreciate that the Bosch organization has been a major employer in the Charleston area since 1973.  

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