The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) is available Feb. 10 to March 31, 2016. Freshman and seniors should check their College e-mail or log on to MyCharleston to take the survey.
The week-long festival has evolved into a 10-day extravaganza featuring comedians, specialty beer and, most importantly, lectures devoted to the legacy of the great scientist’s ideas.
Anna Collett and biology professor Jason Vance study the visual systems of honeybees and how visual cues affect the insects’ compound eyes.
The Maryland Zoo’s Mike McClure ’94 addresses queries about the elephants in the room.
The Sottile House tree lighting ceremony is one of the College’s most treasured traditions. Learn how it all got started.
The grant from the National Institutes of Health will support summer biomedical research performed by faculty and students.
Senior Nicole Fernandez and junior Aisha Gallion developed a discussion series to facilitate conversations about social justice issues. The first session takes place Oct. 15, 2015.
College biology professor Matt Rutter heads a collaborative program that allows undergraduate students to gain invaluable scientific experience.
Twenty-seven years ago, residents in Lee County, S.C., reported seeing a 7-foot-tall lizard-like creature with red eyes. Experts from the College decided to do their own investigation into Lizardmania. (Includes Video)
Marine biology professor Gavin Naylor helped identify a rare pocket shark caught off Louisiana. Only two are ever known to have been found.
They’re carving a legacy: Alum brothers Ian ’03 and Colin McNair ’08 have created careers through the art, craftsmanship and family tradition of wooden duck decoys.