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    Coker in Top Five of U.S. News & World Report’s Best Regional Colleges in the South, Recognized for Its Innovation and Commitment to Teaching

    For the 23rd consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report names Coker College as one of America’s Best Colleges in its 2019 rankings, which were released earlier today. Coker ranks fifth in the best regional colleges in the south category and is the only college in South Carolina to be ranked in the top five.
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    Coker’s Cecelia Coker Bell Gallery Presents the Work of Kim Bruce

    Hartsville, S.C. – August 20, 2018 – The Cecelia Coker Bell Gallery presents the work of Canadian artist Kim Bruce. Bruce’s exhibit of mixed media sculpture, titled “Disbound,” opens Monday September 24, with a reception in the Cecelia Coker Bell gallery from 7-8pm. Light refreshments will be served, and the reception is free and open to the public. The show runs through October 19, 2018.
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    Coker College Welcomes Largest First-Year Class in Its History

    Hartsville, S.C. – August 17, 2018 – This year, Coker welcomes its record-breaking class of 2022. More than 300 new students will begin their fall semester on Tuesday, August 21, making this group of incoming students the largest in the college’s history.
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    Coker’s Wiggins School of Education Names 2018 Educator of the Year

    Hartsville, S.C. – August 17, 2018 – Coker College’s Wiggins School of Education awarded its fifth annual Educator of the Year award to Stephanie Rogers, Assistant Principal at Cheraw Intermediate School in Chesterfield, South Carolina. The Educator of the Year award is granted annually to a teacher who has served as a positive mentor for Coker education students, offering encouragement and support above and beyond expectation.
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    Princeton Review Names Coker a “Best Southeastern” College for 14th Straight Year

    Hartsville, S.C. – August 9, 2018 – Coker College has once again been named in The Princeton Review’s “2019 Best Colleges: Region by Region” web feature as a “Best Southeastern” school. This is the 14th consecutive year in which the college has achieved this honor.
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    COKER’S CECELIA COKER BELL GALLERY PRESENTS THE WORK OF RYAN BUYSSENS

    Hartsville, S.C. – July 27, 2018  – Coker College’s Cecelia Coker Bell Gallery presents the work of artist and inventor, Ryan Buyssens. Mr. Buyssens’s exhibit of inventions and kinetic sculpture, titled “RECIPROCAL,” opens Monday, August 27. The show runs through September 21, 2018.  
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    COKER COLLEGE PRESIDENT ACCEPTS FOUR-YEAR CONTRACT

      Hartsville, S.C. – June 18, 2018 – Coker College President Dr. Robert L. Wyatt has accepted a new four-year contract offered by the college’s Board of Trustees, confirming his leadership through 2022.
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    COKER COLLEGE’S ANDREW BURKEMPER ELECTED TO SERVE ON ENACTUS FACULTY ADVISORY COMMITTEE

      Hartsville, S.C. – June 7, 2018  – Coker College assistant professor of business administration and director of the Center for Leadership and Entrepreneurship, Dr. Andrew Burkemper, has been elected to serve on the Enactus Faculty Advisory Committee.
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    COKER COLLEGE AWARDS 2018 EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING SCHOLARSHIPS

    Hartsville, S.C. – May 29, 2018  – Coker College recently awarded full-tuition Excellence in Teaching scholarships to two deserving Teachers of the Year: a M.Ed. in Literacy Studies scholarship was awarded to Tonya Woodson, a reading recovery teacher at North Vista Elementary in Florence and 2011-2012 Teacher of the Year for Lamar Elementary School, and a M.Ed. in Curriculum & Instructional Technology scholarship was awarded to Regan Moore, a science teacher at Irmo Middle School and 2017 ...
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    COKER COLLEGE ENACTUS THIRD IN THE NATION

      Hartsville, S.C. – May 23, 2018  – Coker College Enactus was named third in the nation at the Enactus United States National Exposition held May 20-22 in Kansas City, Missouri. There are 440 Enactus teams that compete in regional competitions across the country; the top 100 go on to compete at the National Exposition and the final four teams present in front of more than 1,000 people.
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