History professor Jacob Steere-Williams will be a featured speaker at an upcoming Charleston Library Society Speaker Series event on Oct. 14 where he will discuss the historical and cultural implications of pandemics.
Bloomberg Businessweek has recognized the MBA program for its success in enrolling female students at a time when MBA programs nationally are struggling to recruit women.
The Center for Excellence in Peer Education will hold an open house from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 8, in celebration of its tenth anniversary.
CofC student and U.S. Marine veteran Dyllon Gunsolus won the time trial event at the USA Cycling Collegiate Track National Championships last month. It was a victory won in his heart and mind as much as it was on the velodrome track.
Playing in the park, striking to fight climate change and academic exploration: See what students have been up to over the last week at the College of Charleston.
As the first Black woman dean of admissions, Khala Granville brings a collaborative spirit and a fresh perspective to the College of Charleston – not to mention a love for live concerts and road trips!
Through a nearly $400,000 NASA-funded grant, geology professor John Chadwick, along with researchers from other institutions, will study volcanoes on Mars to determine their history and the impact they had on the environment.
Alumna Taylor Holloway '19 is among the music majors who have benefited from the support of the Mary Stewart Allan Award for Violin.
With the 2021 fall semester here, it's not just new students we're seeing on the College of Charleston campus, there are also some fresh faces in front of the classrooms, too.
From leaders in public health to dedicated stewards of the College, the 2021 Alumni Award recipients are making a difference both near and far.
When it comes to her work as the rare and listed species grant coordinator for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, land acquisition is what Chelsea Acres ’18 appreciates most.
An immigrant from Italy, alumna Martina Abbriano '19 is working on earning her Master of Education in Languages with a focus on English as a Second Language from CofC to help the next generation of English language-learners as they adjust to life in the United States.