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.
Vernon L. Kennedy Jr., who will graduate this week with a degree in biology, recently received the 2021 Presidential Award for Scholarship, Leadership and Service – the College’s most prestigious honor for students.
The Program in Latin American and Caribbean Studies (LACS) recognized LACS-Spanish double major Leasette León with its Outstanding Student Award earlier this year – something the graduating senior never imagined.
In the fall, Tianyu Liu, who is graduating from the College of Charleston with his bachelor's degree in music, will continue pursuing his dreams as a concert violinist at The Juilliard School in New York City.
Graduate Jayla Cunningham wants to show the importance of physical education in a child's life.
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.
As a student within the Honors College, Olivia Yalden says the Honors College offers more than just rigorous courses – it gives students additional opportunities outside the classroom and a community with whom to navigate college life.
For National Poetry Month, which runs throughout April, poet and College of Charleston Adjunct Instructor of English Marjory Wentworth reflects on why studying poetry matters more than ever before.
Meet Aubrey Anthony, a junior double-majoring in biology and anthropology who is passionate about the environment and cultural awareness.
Three Honors College students have received the Goldwater Scholarship — one of the highest honors for undergraduates studying science, technology, engineering or mathematics.