Dozens of students defied the hot weather and came out to sign up with the Chanticleer Intelligence Brief on Wednesday, August 23, during CCU’s semi-annual Organization Kickoff Day.
Three CIB executive officers are among eight students who will represent Coastal Carolina University at the world’s largest thematic student festival in Norway.
Dozens of students signed up with the Chanticleer Intelligence Brief on Wednesday, January 11, during CCU’s semi-annual Club Recruitment Day.
The second episode of the CIB Intelligence Report, the television show that covers the latest developments in the Chanticleer Intelligence Brief, is now online.
Members of the Chanticleer Intelligence Brief (CIB) met for the last time this semester on December 7, to recognize the hard work of Officers, Analysts and Members, and to renew their pledge to make the organization even stronger in the coming year.
On Saturday, December 3, nearly 60 people attended the first-ever Chanticleer Intelligence Brief Symposium.
The first episode of the CIB Intelligence Report, the television show that covers the latest developments in the Chanticleer Intelligence Brief, is now online.
For the fall 2016 semester, the CIB Executive Team invites the organization’s membership to meet every Wednesday from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. in room CSCC 300 of the Coastal Science Center Complex, located across US 501, at 679 Allied Drive, Conway, SC 29576.
Research conducted by two Chanticleer Intelligence Brief (CIB) analysts will feature in a peer-reviewed scholarly volume to be published by the University of North Carolina in November.
On Wednesday, February 10, the National Security Club at Coastal Carolina University held a meeting focused on students in the Intelligence and National Security Studies (INSS) program who have recently completed internships. Internships are the new staple of the Intelligence program, offering an opportunity for INSS students to apply the knowledge acquired in the classroom, but also to establish important contacts outside of Coastal Carolina University. Three of the speakers at Wednesday’s forum, Samuel Gordon, Amanda Corona, and Diana Evans, are members of the Chanticleer Intelligence Brief.