Biology alumnus Will Freund '17 is sail-kayaking from Miami to Norfolk, Virginia, to find out from residents along the way how their coastal environment has changed in recent years.
Wanting to be good stewards and good neighbors, CofC faculty, staff and alumni helped shape the City of Charleston's new Climate Action Plan, which aims to create an equitable strategy for a healthier future.
As the deputy assistant secretary for higher education programs in the U.S. Department of Education, Michelle Asha Cooper '95 is in a position to make big changes in higher education, particularly regarding affordability and access.
With a double master's degree on her résumé, one recent graduate of the University of Charleston, S.C. is ready to start making meaningful environmental changes in the world.
It turns out, one way to generate interest in computer coding – according to computer science professor and department chair Bill Manaris – is through music, like his Computers, Art and Music course.
The College of Charleston is celebrating Earth Month, April 1-30, with four weeks of panel discussions, litter clean-ups, garden tours and workshops to help the CofC community learn to live sustainably.
Right on campus at the College of Charleston, archaeology faculty and students recently conducted a dig to investigate a historic site.
The Center for Public Choice and Market Process will celebrate Adam Smith Week March 15-19 with a series of lectures exploring economics, the free market and the role of government.
Part of Admitted Cougar Events, new school showcases aim to connect incoming students with faculty and current students to help them navigate various academic opportunities.
Change is the name of the game for transfer students, but those at the College of Charleston are well supported and the opportunities they find enable them to flourish.