Sciences and Mathematics
Associate Professor of Biology Erik Sotka researches how an invasive Japanese seaweed species is able to thrive in every estuary in the Northern Hemisphere.
On November 22, 2014, math professor Martin Jones and the College of Charleston Vegan Club will enter the Charleston Animal Society’s Celebrity Chili Cook-Off and Oyster Roast.
Carson’s new research is on the cover of the October 2014 issue of the Astronomical Journal and he just won an InnoVision Award and funding for a completely different project.
College of Charleston astronomy and astrophysics professor Jon Hakkila says “Interstellar” has flashes of brilliance and some of the best discussions of general relativity presented onscreen to date.
Megan Saylor ’11 trains dolphins to detect and mark underwater mines. The marine biology major and former Division I swimmer spends a lot of time scuba diving and hanging out with dolphins. She loves every minute.
The exhibit likely contains the highest density of fossil cetaceans on display anywhere in the world. The museum is free and open to the public.
Dave Owens, associate dean of the Graduate School and professor of Biology, is closely involved with the South Carolina Aquarium’s work to rescue, rehabilitate and release sea turtles.
Kermit the Frog wasn’t kidding: It’s not easy being green – and professor Allison Welch can back him up. She’s found some interesting things in her research on the amphibians.