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  • Wall College Dean elected to BGS Board of Governors

    Ralph Byington, dean of the E. Craig Wall Sr. College of Business Administration at Coastal Carolina University, has been elected to the Board of Governors of Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS), the international honor society that serves business programs accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

    http://www.coastal.edu/newsarticles/story.php?id=3159

  • Passage of bill permits universities to establish doctoral program in marine science

    With the passage of new legislation signed by Gov. Nikki Haley on June 7, Coastal Carolina University is set to establish its first-ever doctoral program. CCU will begin offering a Ph.D. degree in marine science pending approval of the program by the S.C. Commission on Higher Education and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).

    http://www.coastal.edu/newsarticles/story.php?id=3152

  • CCU professor's memoir now available

    The memoir "Hitless Wonder: A Life in Minor League Rock and Roll" written by Joe Oestreich, assistant professor of English at Coastal Carolina University, was released June 5 by Lyons Press.

    http://www.coastal.edu/newsarticles/story.php?id=3149

  • Professor's book on drug traffic a bestseller in Colombia

    Coastal Carolina University professor James Henderson's new book, "Victim of Globalization: How Illegal Drugs Destroyed Colombia's Peace," sold out the first week after it was released in Colombia, South America.

    http://www.coastal.edu/newsarticles/story.php?id=3153

  • 2012 Campus Salvage sale benefits local charities

    Campus Salvage, Coastal Carolina University's annual yard sale, held recently, raised $2,173, the highest amount in the event's five year history.

    http://www.coastal.edu/newsarticles/story.php?id=3148

  • Summer Arts Academy concludes with special programs

    The 2012 Summer Arts Academy at Coastal Carolina University will conclude with public concerts, exhibits, performances and events that are all free and open to the public. The annual summer program offers concentrations in music, visual arts and performing arts.

    http://www.coastal.edu/newsarticles/story.php?id=3151