One historic preservation professor at the College of Charleston is orchestrating a community-wide effort to 3D print masks to supply to healthcare workers at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Professors at the College are using the COVID-19 pandemic to help students understand concepts across a wide array of academic disciplines from biology to business to public health.
More and more faculty members are embracing Open Educational Resources, making education more accessible and saving students money.
Three students at the College of Charleston have created engaging and thought-provoking art installations investigating the topic of food security.
Kicking off Black History Month, “History Makers & Trailblazers” will take a closer look at the history of access, equity and inclusivity at CofC.
Ashley Brown brings vigor, experience and inspiration to her work as a kayaking instructor at the College of Charleston, which led to her winning a top award in her field.
Renewable energy specialist Danny Rubin ’06 is helping to make geothermal energy a household term – and a household staple.
Has the obsession with social media and selfies made young adults more narcissistic? One student was determined to find out.
The research of history professor Adam Domby helped bring down a Confederate statue and is the basis of a new book on the South’s “Lost Cause” narrative.
Where in the world did CofC alumni Prentice “Tripp” Brower III ’12 and Zach Bjur ’12 spend the holidays?