Students have made all sorts of connections – with campus organizations at BEst Fest, with employers at the Careers Cookout, and with Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson at the Bully Pulpit Series – this week!
Psychology professor Nicholas Hindy has found a unique way to teach students about connections in the brain. He has been awarded a $400,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to develop the program, called Build-A-Brain.
As a graduate assistant for the College's Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston, Lauren Davila '21 (M.A. '23) uncovered the largest auction of enslaved people in the United States. She's now taking what she learned and sharing it with students in a new CofC course on slavery and the slave trade.
By Tom Cunneff|2023-09-20T14:52:17-04:00August 28, 2023|
Thanks to a nearly $300,000 grant from the National Science Foundation Frontier in Research in Earth Sciences program, CofC students will study how terrestrial ecosystems rebuilt following mass extinction.
In this week's installment: Psychology professor Jen Wright writes an article for The Conversation about humility, 'The Post and Courier' looks at the history of College of Charleston football, and more.
In this week's installment: Economics professor Douglas Walker talks to VOX about gambling, education professor Will McCorkle writes an op-ed in the 'San Diego Union-Tribune' about asylum seekers, and more.