IT expert and alum David Zendzian ’96 will be a featured speaker at the first-ever Syntax Code & Craft Convention at the North Campus on May 6-7.
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In this week’s installment: an economist reviews his business forecast; a look at shark research; green chemistry opportunities open up for CofC students and more.
Several sorority sisters were recognized in Atlanta for their leadership and attention to women’s issues.
The endowed scholarship will be awarded annually to a minority male student in the College’s teacher education program. The scholarship’s namesake administers the College’s Call Me MISTER Program, which seeks to increase the number of African American teachers in South Carolina schools.
In this week’s installment: an economist talks about the impact of a new Volvo plant; a look at an upcoming congressional race; computer science students work to help area businesses, and more.
The Board of Trustees will hold hold a series of meetings on April 21 and 22.
In this week’s installment: a former student comes up with a way to get rid of invasive Asian carp, a professor has thoughts on the International African American Museum, the College releases the names of this year’s commencement speakers and more.
Students are helping to solve real-world problems for several high-tech firms in the Lowcountry, partnering with companies like Blackbaud, Bosch, Booz Allen Hamilton and more.
Coach Ralph Lundy has spent the last 29 seasons as the head men’s soccer coach at the College of Charleston.
College of Charleston researchers solve some of the mysteries surrounding the largest volcano in the solar system, which happens to be on Mars.
In this week’s installment: CofC strives to fill a tech void in the Lowcountry; a look at offshore drilling, political science professor Claire Wofford writes about the U.S. Supreme Court debate, and more.