With the help of colleagues, late College of Charleston professor Alison Piepmeier's final book, "Unexpected: Parenting, Prenatal Testing, and Down Syndrome," will debut on Feb. 23.
Almost two dozen students are majoring in systems engineering at the College of Charleston, a new program designed for 21st-century needs.
The Women’s Health Research Team focused their annual Student Health Survey and subsequent BeWell campaign on behaviors that help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston sponsored a historic marker that highlights the history of the domestic slave trade at a building in downtown Charleston.
Sociology Professor Heath Hoffmann talks about the advantages and successes of online asynchronous classes for students and faculty.
La Casa Hispana is a residential living and learning community providing students an immersive language and culture experience without studying abroad.
The new John Edwin Mroz Global Leadership Institute will provide students the opportunity to develop high-level international skills necessary for careers of global impact.
The College of Charleston hosted an information session on Jan. 14, 2021, about the different teaching and learning modalities available at CofC, including hybrid, online synchronous and online asynchronous classes.
Every journalist knows that conveying the news in both a catchy and informative way is a battle. And now so do 17 communication majors who had to manage this balancing act as part of their senior capstone project.
After nearly a year of teaching and learning in hybrid and online formats due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many students and faculty at CofC say these modes of instruction can be just as engaging, challenging and rewarding as traditional instruction methods.