In praise of Joyner: A bevy of writers discuss the South
Of course Charles Joyner is excited and honored to have a whole conference in his honor. Who wouldn't be? And not just a conference, but the...
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HTC Distinguished Teacher Scholar Lecturer Award winner announced
Chris Hill, associate professor of biology, has received the 2011 HTC Distinguished Teacher Scholar Lecturer Award.
The award is presented...
HR offers training and development for staff
Want to learn about identity theft and how to prevent it? Ready to plan your estate? The Office of Human Resources is offering these and other...
Teal sessions announced for February
February TEAL training sessions have been posted, including the new "Video Projects in the Classroom" series, "Blackboard Learn Open House" and...
BYO to WRC series
The Women’s Resource Center is offering a “Bring Your Own” (BYO) series for Spring 2011. Each day of the week, the WRC invites CCU faculty,...
Finders keepers, right? Not in Bob Frohmann’s book, or at least not while he’s on the day shift as a public safety officer at Coastal Carolina University.
In fact, when Frohmann found a $100 bill lying next to the Career Services building last November, he turned it in to lost and found.
According to Frohmann, turning in the money was an easy decision; he never thought twice about it. “I was working,” he says. “I was getting paid to be a security officer. It was the right thing...