CofC In the News

Summer Sustainability Interns Develop Skills and Make an Impact (has video)

Summer Sustainability Interns Develop Skills and Make an Impact (has video)

Want to garner experience and skills in sustainable issues? Check out the College’s summer internship program with the Office of Sustainability.

College of Charleston In the News – Week of August 3, 2015

College of Charleston In the News – Week of August 3, 2015

In this week’s installment: The School of Business receives a big grant; astrophysicist Jon Hakkila talks about a big find, and political scientist Jordan Ragusa comments on the presidential race.

College of Charleston In the News – Week of July 13, 2015

College of Charleston In the News – Week of July 13, 2015

In this week’s installment: College of Charleston experts talk about the removal of the Confederate flag from the statehouse grounds in Columbia, S.C.

College of Charleston In the News – Week of July 6, 2015

College of Charleston In the News – Week of July 6, 2015

In this week’s installment: The future of the Confederate flag in South Carolina, the vice president talk surrounding Gov. Nikki Haley, race relations in Charleston, and a history of Civil War monuments.

CofC In the News – Week of June 29, 2015

CofC In the News – Week of June 29, 2015

In this week’s installment: the changing ways South Carolinians look at the Confederate flag issue, the challenges facing the arts in Charleston, and a look at preservation and Southern history.

Faculty Contributes Perspective on the Emanuel A.M.E. Church Tragedy

Faculty Contributes Perspective on the Emanuel A.M.E. Church Tragedy

Charleston is finding its own way to grieve last week’s tragedy at Emanuel A.M.E. Church on Calhoun Street. These College of Charleston faculty members have written poignant pieces to work through the experience and express what it’s really like in Charleston right now.

CofC In the News – Week of June 15, 2015

CofC In the News – Week of June 15, 2015

In this week’s installment: A political science professor talks about the presidential race, a look at Alyson Shotz’s exhibit at the Halsey, and remembering George Spaulding.

Cougars Dominate Kiteboarding Nationals

Cougars Dominate Kiteboarding Nationals

Kiteboarders from the College took home several honors from the Collegiate Kiteboarding National Championships, held earlier this week at Hatteras Island, N.C.

The Case of the Unknown and Absolutely Adorable Shark

The Case of the Unknown and Absolutely Adorable Shark

Marine biology professor Gavin Naylor helped identify a rare pocket shark caught off Louisiana. Only two are ever known to have been found.

CofC In the News- Week of June 8, 2015

CofC In the News- Week of June 8, 2015

In this week’s installment: A geology professor talks about an unexpected “find” in Mount Pleasant, the College receives a grant to study coastal waters, and a political scientist looks at the growing field of presidential candidates.