Need To Know, Want To Know
- Lithic raw material meets wicked raw talent: Sydney James
Talent and curiosity meet up with opportunity and mentorship: It’s a formula for accomplishment, and it sums up Sydney James’ academic journey at CCU on her way to becoming a paleoanthropologist. The best part? She’s not even done yet.
- Jim Arendt is recognized for artwork by Fiberart International
Jim Arendt, associate professor of visual arts and director of the Rebecca Randall Bryan Art Gallery at Coastal Carolina University, won first place at the Fiberart International 2019 exhibition for his work “Cat: Free Will Ain’t Cheap.”
- OLLI surprises longtime employee Kelli Barker with surprise 60th birthday party
Kelli Barker has been with CCU since 2001, and employees plotted a surprise birthday party for her on Sept. 13 to celebrate her 60th birthday.
- CCU publishes annual Clery Report
The Clery Act requires all colleges and universities that participate in federal financial aid programs to keep and disclose information about crime on and near their respective campuses.
- CCU celebrates National Cybersecurity Awareness Month
In recognition of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) in October, CCU’s Office of Information Technology Services will offer campus events to educate students, faculty, and staff of cyber threats, and to provide free resources and tools to be safer and more secure online.
- PrepareAthon 2019
There are many ways students and the rest of the campus community at Coastal Carolina University receive important messages. One of those, the Mass Notification System, is reserved solely for emergency situations. It was tested during the annual PrepareAthon.
- Sun Belt and Coastal football receive Extra Yard gift to aid Horry County schools
The Sun Belt Conference, Coastal Carolina University, and the Coastal football program are excited to announce that Coastal has received a $10,000 gift from the College Football Playoff Foundation and their Extra Yard for Teachers Initiative program.
- CCU's Kaitlin Sidorsky gives lecture at U.S. National Archives on women's political pathways
CCU assistant professor in the Department of Politics, presented a lecture on her book, "All Roads Lead to Power: The Appointed and Elected Paths to Public Office for U.S. Women" (2019), in June 2019 as part of the "Rightfully Hers" exhibit at the U.S. National Archives in Washington, D.C.