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    President Harder Advocates for First-Gen College Students on Education Talk Radio

    HARTSVILLE, SC (September 30, 2021) -- Coker University President Natalie J. Harder recently appeared on Education Talk Radio, discussing Coker's transformation efforts and its work to meet the needs of first-generation college students with host Larry Jacobs.
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    Respected National Journal spotlights Coker Professor's work

    HARTSVILLE, SC (September 23, 2021) - Race and Social Programs, a high-impact national academic journal, recently published research conducted by Dr. Danny Malone, assistant professor of sociology and criminology at Coker University.
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    NSF Spotlights Coker's STEM Efforts

    HARTSVILLE, SC (September 21, 2021) - The National Science Foundation will highlight Coker University's work to ensure the success of low-income students in STEM education efforts as part of its "Yes We Must: NSF Dissemination Event" this week.
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    Journal Spotlights Coker Professor, Grad Research on NFL Domestic Violence Issues

    HARTSVILLE, SC (September 16, 2021) -- Sociation recently published "Neutralization Theory and the NFL's Domestic Violence Issues: A Case Study Analysis," a manuscript written by Dr. Danny Malone, Associate Professor of Sociology and Criminology at Coker University, and Kelli Smith, a 2019 Coker Criminology graduate.
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    Coker University Announces “Coker Guarantee”

    HARTSVILLE, SC (September 15, 2021) - With more and more students questioning whether a college degree is worth the cost, Coker University today announced its “Coker Guarantee,” assuring employers that a Coker degree means its students have the skill sets needed to succeed after graduation. 
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    Coker Professor Presents at National Media Conference

    HARTSVILLE, SC (September 14, 2021) -- Dr. Peter Gloviczki, Associate Professor of Communication at Coker University, spoke at the Association of Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) conference earlier this summer. 
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    President Harder Pens Open Letter to Mackenzie Scott Touting Impact of Coker

    HARTSVILLE, SC (September 12, 2021) - In an open letter to philanthropist MacKenzie Scott, Coker University President Natalie J. Harder made a passionate case for how Coker fits Scott's vision for successfully addressing inequities and providing educational and life opportunities to so many.
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    Coker Partners with Wrestlers in Business Network

    HARTSVILLE, SC (September 9, 2021) - Coker University Wrestling Coach Derrick Nelson recently welcomed the Wrestlers in Business Network to campus, as the university officially kicked off a partnership with the non-profit organization.
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    VIDEO: Coker Student Athlete Saves Woman's Life at Tourney

    HARTSVILLE, SC (September 8, 2021) - While the Coker University Track & Field Team was preparing for day two of the South Atlantic Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Hickory, SC, a woman in the team hotel has a medical emergency that had her on the verge of losing her life.
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    Coker Student Wins Prestigious International Scholarship

    HARTSVILLE, SC (September 7, 2021) -- Daniel Allen, a graduate student at Coker University, was honored as the George E. Meares Memorial Scholarship winner by Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.
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    Coker Academic Programs Rank Among Tops in Nation

    HARTSVILLE, SC (September 2, 2021) -- Coker University was recently recognized by three independent organizations for offering some of the top academic programs in the United States, with its criminology and sports studies programs honored by multiple organizations. .
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    VIDEO: Coker Blueprint Project Inspires Playwrights

    HARTSVILLE, SC (September 1, 2021) - Coker University launched its Blueprint Project this summer, a specific effort to equip and amplify the voices of composers and librettists seeking to create thought-provoking and progressive new American musical works for the stage.
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