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    Dr. Tyson J. Beale Joins Coker University as Vice President of Student Services

    Coker University recently announced Tyson J. Beale, Ph.D., is the institution’s new Vice President of Student Services. The Vice President of Student Services is the chief student services officer of the University, an invaluable part of the Executive Leadership Team, and a position that reports directly to Coker University President Dr. Natalie Harder. In his role, Dr. Beale is responsible for providing leadership, management, and supervision for student services programs, student services ...
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    Coker University Elects John Florence, Jr., to its Board of Trustees

    John Florence, Jr., Vice President Human Resources, General Counsel, and Secretary for Sonoco Products Company, was recently elected to the Coker University Board of Trustees. Florence’s three year term began with the Board’s July meeting. "Mr. Florence brings thoughtful experience and unique perspectives to the board,” said Dr. Natalie Harder, President of Coker University. “His knowledge and skills will contribute greatly to navigating the current and future Coker University environment. We ...
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    Kalmia Gardens to make Boardwalk Improvements with Help from Duke Energy Foundation

    Kalmia Gardens of Coker University recently received a generous grant from the Duke Energy Foundation for improvements to a section of its boardwalk, making it easier for visitors to enjoy the gardens.
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    Steve Terry Receives Special Recognition Award from Coker University Alumni Association

    Dr. Steve Terry, a member of the Coker community for 40 years, is the winner of a special recognition award given this year by the Coker University Alumni Association.
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    Joe Randolph Receives Coker University Alumni Association’s 2020 Outstanding Achievement Award

    Joe E. Randolph, II, Coker class of 1999, is the winner of Coker University Alumni Association’s 2020 Distinguished Achievement Award. This prestigious award is given annually by the Alumni Association to a graduate who has reached an outstanding level of achievement in his or her profession.
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    Areyonna Keels Receives Coker University Alumni Association’s 2020 Outstanding Young Alumni Award

    Areyonna Keels, Coker class of 2015, is the winner of the Coker University Alumni Association’s 2020 Outstanding Young Alumni Award. This prestigious award is given annually by the Alumni Association and presented to a graduate of the past 20 years who has already made significant achievements in his or her chosen profession and who shows exceptional potential for future accomplishments.  
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    Carol Turner Atkinson Receives Coker University Alumni Association’s 2020 Outstanding Service Award

    Carol Turner Atkinson, Class of 1973, is the winner of Coker University Alumni Association’s 2020 Outstanding Service Award. This prestigious award is given annually by the Alumni Association to a graduate who has highly demonstrated their commitment to Coker’s ideals of character, culture and service. 
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    Coker University Students Receive Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation Scholarships

    Thirty-two Coker University students received $137,000 in scholarships for the 2020-2021 academic year from the Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation, a public charity that provides support for the education of female students in nine Southeastern states. 
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    Coker Included in U.S. News & World Report as a Best Regional University (South), Recognized for Social Mobility

    Earlier today, U.S. News & World Report released their 2021  Best Colleges rankings, which includes Coker University as one of America’s Best Regional Universities (South). This is the 25th consecutive year Coker has been included in U.S. News & World Report's Best Colleges rankings.
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    Coker Named a “Best Southeastern” College by Princeton Review

    Coker University has been included in The Princeton Review’s “2021 Best Colleges: Region by Region” web feature as a “Best Southeastern” school, making this the institution’s 16th consecutive year on the list. 
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