Gavin Naylor’s anatomical database for sharks and rays is one of the many discoveries and accomplishments made by the College’s resident shark expert.
According to junior Ellie Thomson, there’s no shortage of activities during summertime in Charleston.
Teacher education professor Jon Hale’s new book, “Freedom Schools,” focuses on the creation of 41 schools for black students during the Mississippi Freedom Summer of 1964. Hale is now at work on a second book examining the role of high schools during the civil rights movement.
College of Charleston alums Margaret Furniss ‘00 and Ashley Warnock ‘00 have teamed up to bring market/cafe Caviar & Bananas to new locations in Greenville, South Carolina and Nashville, Tennessee.
Learn about the inspiring story of Dr. Ebony Hilton ’04, who, through the unwavering support of her mother, achieved her childhood dream of becoming a doctor and now offers that same support to the next generation of girls.
Alicia Caudill, the College’s executive vice president for student affairs, is directing the New Professionals Institute in San Antonio, Texas. Also attending the institute are College employees Dylan Mazelis ’15, Lauren Sottile and Bucky Buchanan ’08.
Trish Hutchison ’88, a campus physician for the College of Charleston’s Student Health Services and cofounder of the Girlology and Guyology sex-ed programs, is a pro at giving “the talk” – so much so that she’s going global to promote sex education in languages she doesn’t even speak.
There’s much more to alum Joshua Bloodworth ’15 than his marvelous, much-admired Mohawk.
Tragedy Inspires Giving: Developer Endows College Scholarship Honoring Victims of Emanuel A.M.E. Tragedy
To honor the victims of last year’s tragedy at Emanuel A.M.E. Church, Charleston developer Michael Bennett established the “Mother” Emanuel A.M.E. Endowed Scholarship for minority students from the Charleston peninsula to attend the College of Charleston. The scholarship will be awarded for the first time this fall.
The College of Charleston president talks about last year’s shooting at the Charleston Emanuel A.M.E. Church and the recent murders in Orlando.