Standout student leader Jasmine Shabazz is thriving in her journey toward becoming a physician and public health specialist. ..
Professor Kris De Welde is working with students and others to advance the Women and Gender Studies program for both the campus and Charleston communi..
Political science professor Christopher Day has been traveling to Uganda for 20 years. On a recent visit he interviewed one of the first women to serv..
A look back at the Women's and Gender Studies Program, which grew from a single class 33 years ago to one of the College's more popular areas of study..
It may come as a surprise, but there has never been a women’s rights student group at the College of Charleston, at least not in the current era. Bu..
Leigh Friar, a senior majoring in women's and gender studies, has been named the first recipient of the Alison Piepmeier Scholarship...
The fifth annual "Yes! I'm a Feminist" Party will encourage connections and raise funds for the Women's and Gender Studies Program's new Alison Piepme..
The Alison Piepmeier Book Prize was established by the National Women's Studies Association to recognize groundbreaking work in women, gender and sexu..
Alumni Ashley Brooks '14 and Annaliese Hughes '14 plan to open Pounce cat cafe in downtown Charleston...
Professor Alison Piepmeier left a moving message of gratitude to her students and fellow faculty shortly before her death from cancer in August...