In the Spotlight
- Fowler added to USATF coaching staff for 2020 Tokyo Games
Coastal Carolina's Director of Track and Field and Cross Country Sandy Fowler has been named to the track and field staff of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Games.
- Aneliya Barnes: from a high school graduating class of 26 to a campus of more than 10,000
Aneilya Barnes, Ph.D., resonates with first-generation college students. The CCU history professor was one of three students in her high school graduating class, and the first in her family to attend college.
- Watch: Alumna profile on Amy Hall
Amy Hall, who graduated from Coastal Carolina University in 2000, now is president of The Barber Shop Marketing & Promotions in Dallas, Texas.
- CCU undergrad Eric Winter presents at U.S. Strategic Command symposium
Left-of-launch missiles. Chinese technical advances. Iranian tanker attacks. Unless your family members are global military personnel, this might not be considered dinner table conversation, but it was perfectly appropriate banter for senior intelligence and national security studies/information systems major Eric Winter when he found himself at the USSTRATCOM Deterrence Symposium in La Vista, Neb., among a table of global leaders.
- Service opportunities at CCU catapult recent graduate into new passion and new pursuits
Students in CCU’s Department of Psychology have a unique opportunity to complete an internship for program credit. Lecturer Kimberly Baker teaches a course that focuses on practical, experiential learning in an agency, organization, or business that is of interest to the student. Bryce Puchalski ’19, a psychology graduate from Harrisonburg, Pa., took the course during her time at CCU and developed a passion for helping others. She believes that the faculty at CCU provided the foundation for community engagement.
- Faculty Feature: Eric Rosch
Eric Rosch, Ph.D., a lecturer in Coastal Carolina University's Marine Science program, guides undergraduates as they perform research. Here, he talks about how unique it is for undergrads to be able to lead their own research projects and notes the value of Waties Island as a resource for the students. Waties Island is partially owned by CCU.