College of Charleston officials will continue the push to form a research university in the Lowcountry, despite a bill that failed in the waning days of the last legislative session. Read more of the Post and Courier story.
As part of the project, known as Know2, some of the nation’s experts in mindset growth projects and creating an environment of college success will be in Charleston on July 30-31, 2014 for the Know2 Conference.
BOT approves revised mission statement for the College, along with a separate resolution on the status of the University of Charleston, South Carolina.
Business Research Guide ranked the College of Charleston #15 on the list of the top 30 schools in the nation.
The College of Charleston BOT Executive Committee and the entire BOT Membership will hold meeting on July 23, 2014. Both meeting will be held in the Randolph Hall Boardroom.
The College’s men’s and women’s cross country teams kick of their season on Aug. 29, 2014, at the Coastal Carolina Invitational in Conway, S.C. Both teams are returning accomplished runners from last year’s squads.
The Cougar volleyball team’s season-opening match against Davidson takes place Aug. 29, 2014, in TD Arena. The team capped its inaugural season in the Colonial Athletic Association by winning the tournament championship in 2013.
They helped the Cougars capture conference championships in women’s and men’s golf earlier this year, and now seniors C.C. Buford and Zach Munroe and alumnus Alex Ellis have qualified for the U.S. Amateur Championship.
Cougar Baseball continues to rack up offseason accoloades. Pitcher Bailey Ober and first baseman Nick Pappas have been named to the Baseball America Freshman All-America First Team.
Project Oceanica, founded in 2001 by College of Charleston associate professor of geology Leslie Sautter, provides opportunities for students to explore our vast underwater world.
Ever wonder why it’s so hard to catch a scurrying cockroach? College of Charleston neurobiologist Jeff Triblehorn explains why the Palmetto bug is so adept at sensing threats.
In his new book, Quinn Burke, assistant professor of education technology, says computer programming is a foundational skill that should be taught alongside English, history and math.
Archaeology professor James Newhard took a break from his current site in Athens, Greece to talk with Forbes Magazine about the futuristic technology he uses to study the past.
Whether you’ve never read Hebrew before or just want to brush up on your skills, an upcoming weekly course offered by Jewish Studies can help you. Reading Hebrew begins Aug. 25, 2014, and is free and open to the public.
Convocation will signal the official entry of the Class of 2018 into the College of Charleston community and the start of the 2014-15 academic year.
Alumnus, comedian and playwright David Lee Nelson ’00 will premiere his new play “Folly Beach” at Pure Theatre in Charleston July 11 – Aug. 2.
Campus comes alive again as the College welcomes new students and their families to Orientation 2014. The final two-day orientation session is Aug. 14-15.
Not everyone is taking the summer off at the College of Charleston. Workers are busy renovating the college’s Addlestone Library before students return for classes next month. Read more of the Associated Press story.
“We’re so used to seeing animals in which males have larger weapons than females: bigger antlers, bigger teeth, bigger horns… And in many of these species, males are more aggressive than females,” said Dr Melissa Hughes, from the College of Charleston in South Carolina, US who led the study. Read more of the BBC story.