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Jul 112018
 

The East Cooper Breakfast Rotary Club will meet Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at 7:30 a.m. in The Cooper River Room at the Mount Pleasant Waterfront Park. We are pleased to have Dr. Arnold Hite, Professor of Economics and Dean of the School of Business at Charleston Southern University, as our speaker. Breakfast catered by Dish and Design Catering and Events.

Dr. Arnold Hite is a professor of economics in the College of Business at Charleston Southern University. He received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in economics from Clemson University and a PhD in economics from Texas A&M University.

Before arriving at Charleston Southern, he served on the faculty at Clemson, Texas A&M and The Citadel. While at Charleston Southern he has served in several administrative positions including director of the Center for Economic Education, director of a special program in environmental management, department chair and dean.

Dr. Hite’s teaching interests include macroeconomic theory, international trade, the history of economic thought and price theory.  His current research interest includes income inequality measures and economic forecast assessment.

Jul 112017
 

The East Cooper Breakfast Rotary Club will meet Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at 7:30 a.m. in The Cooper River Room at the Mount Pleasant Waterfront Park. We are pleased to have Warren Peper and Tyler Davis of Charleston Southern University, as our guest speakers. Breakfast catered by Dish and Design.

Warren Peper has been a well known face around the South Carolina low country since he first showed up at WCSC TV in Charleston in 1974 after graduating from Baptist College (now Charleston Southern University) with a BA in Speech and Drama. To this day he is one of the best known and most well respected sportscasters in the Southeast. He continues to work at WCSC as both head sportscaster and occasional anchor. He is also the recipient of the South Carolina Sportscaster of the Year Award.

Tyler Davis is in his second season as the Assistant Athletic Director for Development at Charleston Southern University. He manages the department’s development operations, major gifts, and capital gifts. Part of his responsibilities also include providing guidance with donors that contribute to the Buc Club.

 

 

May 232015
 

Barclay RadebaughFor the May 26th meeting, we will welcome CSU Basketball Coach Barclay Radebaugh as our speaker.

Barclay Radebaugh completed his tenth season as head coach at Charleston Southern in 2014-15. Radebaugh is the winningest coach in school history, the 7th winningest coach in Big South Conference history, and is one of only eight coaches to win multiple Big South Coach of the Year awards. He has directed CSU to Big South regular season championships and NIT berths in 2012-13 and 2014-15.

Radebaugh has an impressive coaching resume from a career that began in 1986 as a student assistant coach at East Tennessee State under Les Robinson. After stops at Wofford and Furman, Radebaugh began a seven-year stay at South Carolina.

While at South Carolina, the Gamecocks won the SEC regular season title and received a number two seed in the 1997 NCAA tournament. In 1998, the Gamecocks finished the season ranked 14th and received a number three seed in the NCAA tournament.

Radebaugh continued his success as an assistant at Winthrop University, helping the Eagles to back-to-back Big South Conference titles and an NCAA tournament berth in 2002.

Radebaugh then spent one season as the head coach at Queens University in Charlotte.

The next and final stop before CSU would be serving as an assistant coach at Miami. In his one season at the school, the Hurricanes finished 16-13, which was good enough for a sixth place finish in the ACC and an invitation to the NIT.

A native of Lincolnton, North Carolina, Radebaugh received his master of arts degree in physical education from the University of South Carolina in 1996 and earned his bachelor of science degree in business administration at East Tennessee State in 1987.

Radebaugh and his wife, Hope, have three children: Anna (24), Reid (19) and Sophia (16).

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