Here are some images of President McConnell from March and April.
President McConnell speaking to the South Carolina Senate Finance Committee in Columbia.
President McConnell (back row, second from the left)and his Pi Kappa Phi fraternity members c. 1968. CofC Fraternity and Sorority Life tweeted out the photo, which was found in the yearbook.
President McConnell with (from left) Mark Richards, Gibbon Miler and Debbie Mohr. Gibbon is an alumna of the College, and Mark and Debbie are members of the College of Charleston Center for Entrepreneurship Advisory Board.
President McConnell speaking before a packed house in the Sottile Theatre for the Celebrating Women Entrepreneurs Summit in March.
President McConnell with CofC student Carlie Christenson at the Celebrating Women Entrepreneurs Summit, held in the Sottile Theatre. President McConnell announced that Carlie was the winner of the student entrepreneur of the year award for her company, Boob-Eez.
President McConnell with admissions employees (from left) Kenyatta Grimmage, Debbie Counts and Michelle McDowell during Accepted Students Weekend.
Former SGA President Zach Sturman (right) surprised President McConnell with the 2015-16 McConnell SGA Stallion Award. Zach gave the horse statue to McConnell as a thank you for his leadership and collaboration with SGA. The statue is similar to one that served as the emblem for the SGA back in the '60s during McConnell's SGA presidency.
President McConnell in a moment of equine enjoyment, proudly displaying the 2015-16 McConnell SGA Stallion Award in his office in Randolph Hall.
President McConnell with the students and community members participating in the Village Mentoring Program. The Village Mentoring Program pairs minority business leaders in Charleston with minority students on campus. There are currently 14 mentors and 14 mentees in this program.
President McConnell with CofC sophmore Wendell Roberson at the ExCEL Awards Reception in Alumni Hall. Wendell is President McConnell's mentee.
President McConnell with Professor Kendall Deas. Professor Deas received two CofC ExCEL Awards and a prestigious diversity fellowship from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor and its National Center For Institutional Diversity.
President McConnell with Howard Rudolph (center), a member of the Parent Advisory Council, and his son Hunter (left), a junior at the College, at the CofC 1770 Society and GOLD Society Reception in the Francis Marion Hotel.
President McConnell with CofC freshman Maribel Garcia at the CofC 1770 Society and GOLD Society Reception in the Francis Marion Hotel. Maribel is the first recipient of the McConnell Endowed Scholarship.
President McConnell laughing with students before the premier of the movie, Star Wars: The Force Awakens in the Cistern Yard. The event was hosted by the Cougar Activities Board.
President McConnell speaking to members of the Department of Communication Advisory Council in April at the Blacklock House.