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  • New Ph.D. program approved by CCU trustees, the second doctoral program in school history

    Coastal Carolina University’s board of trustees has approved a new degree program, the Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Education. The proposed doctoral program will offer three specialization areas: education leadership; higher education administration; and curriculum, instruction and assessment.

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  • Ceramics exhibit at CCU’s art gallery explores ritual of dining

    Ceramic artist Heather Mae Erickson presents an exhibit titled “The Perfect Imperfection Collection,” running through Thursday, March 29, in the Rebecca Randall Bryan Gallery in the Thomas W. and Robin W. Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts.

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  • Spadoni College receives financial support for early childhood lab school

    The family of the late Peggy S. Shelley of Garden City Beach has made a significant donation to the Coastal Carolina University Spadoni College of Education. The gift, given jointly by Dr. and Mrs. B. Ed Shelley Jr., Dr. and Mrs. Jay S. Shelley, and their father, Billie E. Shelley, will establish the Peggy S. Shelley Early Childhood Lab School. The gift supports the University’s I’M IN endowment campaign, which has a goal of increasing CCU’s endowment $20 million by 2020. To date, more than $17 million has been raised. Learn more about the campaign at I'M IN.

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  • Coastal Carolina University celebrates Women’s History Month

    To celebrate Women’s History Month, the Women’s and Gender Studies program at Coastal Carolina University has launched a unique webpage to highlight and honor the women who have helped build and strengthen the University since its founding in 1954. Several events are planned throughout the month as well that are free and open to the public.

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