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.
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.
As Hollings Scholars, sophomores Kacey Hirshfeld and James Peyla will receive tuition assistance for two years and will spend a summer working in a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration lab.
Renaud Geslain, a molecular biology professor at the College of Charleston, opens up about his hobbies, passions, research, and more in an interview with The College Today.
The College currently boasts three Fulbright Scholars for the 2015-2016 academic year. Later this year, biology professor and genomics expert Andy Shedlock heads to Japan as a Fulbright Scholar to study threats to sea turtles.
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.