A postdoctoral award from the American Association of University Women will allow history professor Shannon Eaves to focus on finishing a book project about the sexual exploitation of enslaved women.
The summer 2021 issue of College of Charleston Magazine is hitting mailboxes now.
As the first Black graduate of the College 50 years ago, Eddie Ganaway ’71 was a trailblazer in a white blazer.
Much like the incredible escape of Ellen and William Craft from enslavement, their photo album had just been waiting at the Avery for someone like Mary Trent to discover it.
CofC faculty are experts in their fields, as this roundup of new books written by them attests.
Following his documentary about the enslaved Africans who helped build the College, Adjunct English Professor Michael Owens is now capturing the stories of Black World War II soldiers.
From a fossil dig at a Summerville construction site, geology instructor Bobby Boessenecker and recent graduate Addison Miller '20 discovered a 25 million-year-old nursery for baby megasharks.
With dozens of students, faculty and alumni on its employee and volunteer roster over its 30 years, the Avian Conservation Center in Awendaw, South Carolina, is as much a Cougar refuge as it is a sanctuary for birds of prey.
Donnetta Lavinia Grays ’99 received a 2021 Whiting Award for drama writing; Baker Manning ’09 has published a pair of digital guides to getting a job in the yachting industry; Katie Morgan Lyon ’14, Wes Lyon ’13 (MBA) and Max Berry ’13 (MBA) started Allegiance Flag Supply and more.
As a legal counsel at Spotify, Mary Canter '05 helps supports product managers, engineers and business teams developing new features or experiences.