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Karson-CofC-7017Kathie Lee and Hoda bid farewell to NYC and say “hey y’all” to Charleston, S.C.! The fourth hour of TODAY takes the show on the road and broadcasts from the College of Charleston’s Cistern Yard on Thursday, May 2 and Friday, May 3. Kathie Lee and Hoda encourage viewers to practice their southern hospitality and join them on a Lowcountry adventure. View photos on our Facebook page.

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Business Student Graduates with More than a Degree

Posted on 30 April 2013 | 9:17 am

College of Charleston senior business student Darren Boulton packed as much as he could into the past two years, and it is paying off. Boulton was just given the Schottland Business Leadership Award. He will receive $5,000 at graduation, as well as employment assistance, and $10,000 toward an M.B.A.

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College of Charleston researchers have recently completed mapping and analyzing ancient paleolandscapes now buried by the ocean off the coast of Charleston.

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The Schottland Scholars are widely known as the most elite group of business students at the College of Charleston. The recently selected Class of 2014 is being called the most competitive to date.

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The Charleston Area Convention & Visitors Bureau welcomes the 4th hour of TODAY on NBC, hosted by Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb, to Charleston, S.C., for two special broadcasts in the College of Charleston’s Cistern Yard. Scheduled to air May 2 and 3, 2013, the Charleston editions of the 4th hour of TODAY (national audience of more than five million viewers) will feature a variety of special guests, Lowcountry recipes, and locally made products to spotlight unique aspects of the destination named Condé Nast Traveler 2012 Readers Choice Top U.S. City.

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Chloe TonneyChloe Tonney, senior vice president for external affairs at the Center for Disease Control (CDC) Foundation will be the featured speaker at The Graduate School of the College of Charleston Commencement Ceremony on May 10, 2013.  The ceremony will be held in the College of Charleston’s TD Arena starting at 5:30 p.m.

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College of Charleston business students recently learned first-hand insights on Mercedes-Benz USA’s multi-channel marketing campaign to launch its new 2014 CLA-class car featuring supermodel Kate Upton and actor William DeFoe. Mercedes-Benz USA President and CEO, Stephen Cannon spent the afternoon with MBA, marketing, finance, and entrepreneurship students during his visit to campus. 

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A College of Charleston marine biology graduate student is already leaving her mark on sea turtle nesting research. Vanessa Bezy just received a prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) research fellowship, on top of the National Geographic Society Young Explorers grant she was awarded last June.

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Fuller Theological Seminary/Thrive Center in concert with the Templeton Foundation has awarded $245,000 to a College of Charleston led, interdisciplinary team who will research “Humility, Conviction, and Disagreement in Morality.” The Templeton Foundation is interested in projects that relate to the Big Questions of human purpose and ultimate reality – in this case, the study of humility.

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A team of College of Charleston computer science students survived professional hackers, requests from administrators, and the odds to earn third place in the Palmetto Cyber Defense Competition.

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