In the coming weeks, the College of Charleston campus community will experience new ways to access and manage information with a series of software upgrades.
The Coastal Community Foundation has awarded the Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture $20,000 to digitize some of its vulnerable photograph collections that highlight Black life in the Lowcountry.
MyCharleston, the College's secure gateway to online services, is undergoing a three-pronged transformation aimed at better serving the College of Charleston community.
Six education majors spent the summer researching issues of diversity in teaching as part of the Center for Partnerships to Improve Education's Summer Research Employment program.
The Honors College and MUSC partnered together to create the Pipeline for Aspiring Surgical Scientists (PASS) internship program for students considering careers in surgery or as a medical scientist.
The inaugural class of scholars for the new 1967 Legacy Program, which aims to improve the recruitment, retention and graduation of Black students through scholarships, enhanced education support and professional preparation, will arrive on campus this fall.
While continuing to value its traditions, the College has a new strategic plan that places an emphasis on innovation, starting with student success.
Driven by a desire to make the world a better place, Oliver Fetzer '85 is using his biotechnology and business expertise to help drastically reduce carbon emissions.
Keeping his promise to the late David Maybank Jr., who not only paid for his education but mentored him, Otis Robinson ’90 is paying it forward.
The new Mroz Global Leadership Institute creates a global legacy at the College by preparing students for international diplomacy.