CCU presents first opera production: 'Hansel & Gretel'
The Department of Music at Coastal Carolina University will present its first full-length opera production in December: “Hansel and...
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Coastal Carolina University becomes a Quality Matters institution
Coastal Carolina University recently became a Quality Matters institution. "Quality Matters (QM) is a faculty-centered, peer review process...
Martin has a new book out
Pamela Martin, associate professor of politics, has a new book, Oil in the Soil: The Politics of Paying to Preserve the Amazon, published...
ITS staffers win major award
Justin Essary from the Office of ITS and Holly Legg from the Office of Institutional Research won the inaugural 2011 Grand Strand Leadership...
Women's leadership training seminar at CCU in January
For the second straight year, Coastal Carolina University will host the Elect Her – Campus Women Win training program. This year's event is set...
Earlier this year, a small group of Coastal Carolina University ambassadors made the all-day trip to Reykjavik, Iceland, approximately 2,610 miles from New York City, to meet with a group of about 60 CCU alumni who live there.
Geoff Parsons, director of international programs at CCU, made the trek, along with President David DeCenzo; Darla Domke-Damonte, assistant dean and executive director of global initiatives; and Debbie Conner, associate vice president of university...