As a NASA contractor and lover of all things lunar, CofC geology professor Cassandra Runyon is excited about the 50th anniversary of the first moon la..
Although John Creed's office is filled to the brim with papers, books and mementoes from his 27 years at the College, the defining feature is "the cha..
Over the course of six days and lots of espresso in Florence, Italy, this art history professor studied the massive archives of the famed Medici famil..
A dire need among students to better understand how environmental, economic and social systems interrelate led to the College's Quality Enhancement Pl..
Wes Dudgeon, the chair of the Department of Health and Human Performance, talks about his love of sports, his area of expertise and his favorite offic..
After serving under six U.S. presidents in the Foreign Service, James Melville Jr. is now an associate dean in the School of Languages, Cultures, Worl..
Channeling the spirit of groundbreaking female astronomers, professor Ashley Pagnotta and her students are working to figure out the fate of the unive..
One of the College of Charleston's legendary scholars, Lewis Gibbes created his own table of elements in 1875...
The new Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston will help tell the story of slavery in the broadest possible way...
College of Charleston faculty share what books are in their beach bags and what they love about them...