Boundless: the Campaign for the College of Charleston
Boundless: the Campaign for the College of Charleston
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School of Humanities and Social Sciences Campaign Priorities

The College of Charleston’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences is striking out in bold

The College of Charleston’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences is striking out in bold new directions and creating new learning models to educate students with transferable skills that prepare them for today’s job market. At the same time, our students graduate with a strong sense of social and civic responsibility. They go on to be agents of change in their workplaces and communities.

A hallmark of all our academic programs is experiential learning, inside and outside of the classroom, through internships, faculty–student research collaborations, international experiences, and mentorship programs. This distinction has put the College on a path to national prominence.

Learn more about our campaign priorities in the case statement.

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The Honors College Priorities

The Honors College is essential to the College of Charleston as it strives to recruit

The Honors College is essential to the College of Charleston as it strives to recruit highly engaged, intelligent, innovative and diverse students from across South Carolina, the nation and the world.

Given this momentum, now is our time to push beyond conventional pathways to knowledge, beyond the limits of our campus footprint and beyond our very own expectations.

To learn more about the Honors College priorities, read the Case Statement.

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School of the Arts Campaign Priorties

The School of the Arts is reaching forward with a spirit of new enterprise. It

The School of the Arts is reaching forward with a spirit of new enterprise. It is critical we continue to play a leading role in educating and inspiring young artists, and partnering with the community to maintain the city of Charleston as a leading cultural center. BOUNDLESS will support the next era of the School of the Arts.

Learn more about our campaign priorities in the case statement.

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School of Education, Health, and Human Performance Campaign Priorities

The School of Education, Health and Human Performance is focused on two issues fundamental to

The School of Education, Health and Human Performance is focused on two issues fundamental to all societies: Health and human performance and teacher education. In laboratories, classrooms and outreach centers across the community, our students, faculty and alumni are united in their commitment to serve and improve the quality of life for all.

BOUNDLESS: The Campaign for the College of Charleston  represents the next era of the School of Education, Health, and Human Performance. To explore all our campaign priorities, read the case statement.

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School of Sciences and Mathematics Campaign Priorities

Whether in the fields of biochemistry, data science or environmental quality, the School of Sciences

Whether in the fields of biochemistry, data science or environmental quality, the School of Sciences and Mathematics is at the forefront of discovery. Boundless: The Campaign for the College of Charleston will support the next era of the School of Sciences and Mathematics, learn more by exploring the SSM case statement.

“STEM students are faced with extensive lab classes and research experience that put heavy demands on their time. As a consequence, they generally have time for outside employment, scholarships and research fellowships are critical to recruitment and retention in these fields.” Dean Michael J. Auerbach.

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CofC Athletics Campaign Priorities

BOUNDLESS will create a bold new future for CofC Athletics – one that enhances our

BOUNDLESS will create a bold new future for CofC Athletics – one that enhances our ability to succeed at a higher level, both on the competitive courts and fields and in the classroom. This campaign is the vehicle to achieve our vision with investment in four strategic athletics priorities: 1) Annual and endowed scholarships to attract and retain exceptional student-athletes of talent, performance and promise; 2) Sport-specific funds to support our coaches and their vision for the next level of excellence; 3) State-of-the-art training and conditioning facilities that support all of our student-athletes and enhance the fan experience; and 4) Annual excellence funds that ensure student success on and off the court or playing field.

To learn more about Athletics campaign priorities, download the Athletics case statement. Or contact T.J. Isaacs at isaacstj@cofc.edu or 843. 953.5498 office or 843.408.1336 cell.

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Boundless CofC

Scholarships influence the future of those who receive them, and they also drive the future of the College. #BOUNDLESSCofC

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CofC RHA

"Don't be afraid of to try. Be afraid not to try" Reading Day: Grab a snack or a stress ball at your Residence Hall's Front Desk! Please limit one per resident so we can reach as many residents as possible. Good Luck on Finals!! #CofCRHA #boundlesscofc

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CofC Student Life

Hey @CofC, meet LaShanda Hynes a student employee at the SSC and this year's Employee of the Year! #BoundlessCofC http://t.co/AiwaMGdTct

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CofCHumanities&Social Sciences

Folly, our #boundlesscofc parrot, helped set up for this morning's HSS milestone celebration breakfast. Congrats to those faculty who recently had a successful third year or superior post-tenure review, or completed promotion and/or tenure! #follyfridays

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IL | Charleston, SC

May the odds be ever in you favor #Finals #BoundlessCofC

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Boundless CofC

CofC celebrated #earthday yesterday with wonderful chalk drawings and art displays throughout cougar mall! #boundlesscofc

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CofCHumanities&Social Sciences

Check out some of our #boundlesscofc alumni and students on blogs.cofc.edu/HSS #cofc #chs

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Mimi Alexandra Pappas

#TBT to graduation 2 years ago, and to chillin with my Enactus pals at CUBE ...Can't wait to reunite with yall tonight. #BoundlessCofC #SBreadyTowork #Enactus

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Student Garden@Dixie

We are almost out of all our veggies so come quick to cougar mall!!! #boundlesscofc #cougarnation

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CofC Office Of Student Life

Hey @CofC meet @_onlyshanda, a student employee at the Stern Student Center and this year’s Employee of the Year at the College! She is studying Psychology and wants to be a marriage and family therapist so she can help people solve issues in their family lives. Her favorite part about working at the Stern has been the wonderful relationships with her coworkers and employers; while striving to represent Student Life professionally and serve the needs of students, they still help, encourage, and support each other, like a family! Her passion and professionalism is truly #BoundlessCofC

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Alums launch BOUNDLESS in Charlotte

From the top of the Bank of America building in Charlotte last week, more than

From the top of the Bank of America building in Charlotte last week, more than 30 alums and friends of the College celebrated the power of a CofC education and the BOUNDLESS campaign. Pictured above: Chris and Abby Mueller, Vic and Sherri Howe, President McConnell, with Jaime and Griffin Bettencourt.

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Boundless CofC

A very kind group of CofC students donate books to a juvenile detention center library. #boundlesscofc http://t.co/2CM9tYr7MF

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CofC Students Donate Books to Juvenile Detention Center

People might stereotype the kids in here, but they’re still kids, and we want to

People might stereotype the kids in here, but they’re still kids, and we want to make sure we can do whatever we can for them,” CofC junior Mark Kukoda said. “If one kid reads a book and gets up and out of here, we’ll chalk that up as a win.” Read the full article in the Post and Courier http://bit.ly/1Jv4p2P

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Alan T. Shao

@CofC Prof. Rene Mueller wins Rudd Dist. Faculty Award for Service Leadership. #SBReadytoWork #BoundlessCofC http://t.co/UDTWXv5Tfz

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CofC School of HSS

All 3 student award winners of the Bishop Robert Smith award are majors in HSS! http://t.co/S0mMmS9QyV #BOUNDLESScofc http://t.co/ZV58p7UKKG

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Boundless CofC

"CofC In the News: Week of April 20, 2015" #boundlesscofc http://t.co/U1ib3NEOnq

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Boundless CofC

Professor Rene Mueller wins the 2015 Rudd Faculty Award for Service Leadership! #boundlesscofc #worldclassfaculty http://t.co/TTXN7GyV2x

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CofC School of HSS

.@COFCCOMM major receives funding to present research at conference in Tampa. #BoundlessCofC http://t.co/APpYLnzM7u http://t.co/AesFz361Dm

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Lance Foxworth

#mcm goes out to all my brothers! I'm so proud and honored to be with such awesome and motivated guys. This weekend we held our first ever signature event, Chucktown Field Day, and raised $6,751.81! All proceeds went to our local philanthropy, Habitat for Humanity here in Charleston where that money will go towards building an affordable home for and getting a family back on their feet. It's been a rewarding and challenging first year on campus, but we have come out stronger and better every time. Love and Respect! #ATO #cofc #greek #habitatforhumanity #boundlesscofc

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CofC School of Business

Senator Paul Campbell spoke to students about leadership in today's George G. Spaulding Executive Speaker Series. #leadership #SBReadyToWork #BoundlessCofC

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Boundless CofC

The Bronx Museum of Art has acquired 2 of Brian Rutenburg '87 paintings for its permanent collection! #boundlesscofc http://t.co/1WT14zkTJu

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Boundless CofC

“We give students the opportunity to see what it is like to be part of the wider scientific community.” – Prof. Chris Korey #BOUNDLESSCofC

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Natalie Simmons ’15

“I love the tradition and campus, and I love how the blend of style and

“I love the tradition and campus, and I love how the blend of style and interests of students at the College is welcomed,” says Natalie Simmons ’15 when asked what she thinks makes the College so unique. Natalie, a native of Goose Creek, SC, has embraced all her interests over the past four years at the College.  Natalie is a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, SC Teaching Fellows, and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.  In addition, Natalie always wanted to get involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America and was finally given the opportunity to be a big Sister through CofC.  She cherishes the time she has spent with her “little sister” in the program at Memminger Elementary.

Natalie is also the recipient of the Jeremy Warren Vann Memorial scholarship, that she received for the 2014-2015 academic year. The scholarship is given to a small number of college seniors who are education majors, with a purpose of covering the cost of tuition for those beginning their clinical internship.

After studying early childhood education, with a minor in studio art, she was recently hired to be a first grade teacher at Newington Elementary School in Summerville, SC after she graduates in May.

Author: Caroline Hubbell ’15

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CS at CofC

Join @CofC #ICAT program and Harbor #Entrepreneur Center for #CHS Accelerators Pitch Event! http://t.co/hULIdeo9ij #BoundlessCofC

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CofCHumanities&Social Sciences

In less than a month we will be celebrating our graduating seniors at commencement in the Cistern Yard @ 4pm on sat, may 16. Our HSS commencement reception on Rivers Green immediately following! #boundlesscofc

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CofC School of HSS

History Alum Working at Smithsonian-Affiliated Museum http://t.co/ivjlDAAvHO @UpcountryMuseum #BoundlessCofC http://t.co/GBlGmTpJpz

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Gunner

Special thanks to the #CofCPreVetSociety for putting on this #dogshow for #PetHelpers! I was very honored to win Best Overall amongst all of the spectacular contestants! @pethelperssc { #dogsofinstagram #aussiesofinstagram #muttsofinstagram #instadog}

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Boundless CofC

Boundless Drive On and Off The Field: Claire Newman ’16 http://t.co/1pn0nAz2Xu #BoundlessCofC

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Boundless Drive On and Off The Field: Claire Newman ’16

Claire Newman ’16, a physical education major with a teacher concentration and a member of

Claire Newman ’16, a physical education major with a teacher concentration and a member of the honors college, is a dedicated student and member of the women’s soccer team. Claire followed in her two sisters footsteps, alums Caroline ’12 and Christin ’13 Newman, to CofC after graduating high school early in Greensboro, NC and joining the soccer team in the spring of 2012.

Off the soccer field, Claire is active in the CofC community. Going into her freshman year, Claire attended an Ultimate Training Camp held by Athletes in Action. She then became a member of Sports-Linc where she was mentored by AIA staff, allowing her to spread her message at CofC.  Her freshman year she also took on a leadership role with the Student Athlete Advisory Commitee (SAAC), after attending the Southern Conference Leadership Institiute the summer entering her freshman year.

Upon graduation, Claire plans to go on to receive her masters in Kinesiology, concentrating on Motor Cognitive Neuroscience. Her dream is to one day make a difference in children’s lives by focusing on their motor development.

When asked about her favorite part about being on the soccer team here, Claire explains that the team is like a family and that “the friendships that have been formed go way beyond the soccer field.”

 

Author: Caroline Hubbell ’15

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