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  • CCU professor assists in revitalization of regional railroad service

    Henry Lowenstein, Ph.D., professor of business at Coastal Carolina University, has been recognized for his research on rail service in the eastern Carolinas. His work was instrumental in saving railroad operations in the region, according to resolutions presented to Lowenstein by the Interstate Railroad Committee (IRRC) of North and South Carolina and the Columbus County (N.C.) board of commissioners.

  • Horry County Archives Center at CCU releases digital repository

    A significant trove of local history, including old photographs, journals, letters and maps, is being made available online starting today by the Horry County Archives Center (HCAC) at Coastal Carolina University. 

  • CCU president honored for MLK Day contributions

    Coastal Carolina University President David A. DeCenzo was honored by the Carolina African American Heritage Foundation for his support of the group’s Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration.

  • CCU names 16 Teaching Fellows for South Carolina

    Sixteen Coastal Carolina University freshmen have been named South Carolina Teaching Fellows for 2015-2016, according to Amanda Darden, director of the Spadoni College of Education Teaching Fellows Program.

  • CCU adds mass notification system for campus safety

    Coastal Carolina University has a new mass notification system (MNS) that will broadcast voice messages via a central control unit throughout the main campus in emergency situations.

  • Athenaeum Press plans book launch for 'A War on Two Fronts'

    The Athenaeum Press of Coastal Carolina University presents “A War on Two Fronts: Fighting for Victory at Home and Abroad,” a book that focuses on the overlooked, underappreciated and uncelebrated black veterans of World War II. A celebration for the launch of the book will be held Friday, Feb. 12, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Horry County Museum where guests can also experience the multimedia exhibit for “A War on Two Fronts.” This event is free and open to the public.

  • CCU’s Grant Center names first associate director

    Robert F. Salvino, research economist and associate professor at Coastal Carolina University, has been named the first associate director of CCU’s Grant Center for Real Estate and Economic Development.