The black-and-white photography exhibit explores the history and traditions of camp meetings that take place annually in the Carolinas.
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.
More than 300 students and faculty presented research at the College’s annual science and math poster session.
Susan von Frank ’03 sees agribusiness as part of the climate change solution. It’s why she and her husband started GrowJourney.
Associate Professor of Biology Erik Sotka researches how an invasive Japanese seaweed species is able to thrive in every estuary in the Northern Hemisphere.