Philosophy professor Deborah Boyle is a pioneer in the study of women philosophers in early modern philosophy, and her contributions have started a whole new conversation among scholars across the globe.
Adding to its catalog of in-demand business degrees with a liberal arts core, the College of Charleston School of Business now offers a Bachelor of Science in Management.
Biology major Timara Vereen, alongside professor Craig Plante, has spent the past year investigating mudflats near Grice Marine Laboratory to determine the impact of the eastern mud snail on microorganisms.
Eight students spent the last two years leading discussions on tricky topics of philosophical relevance through the Socratic Scholars program.
Marine biology major Josie Shostak and biology professor Chris Freeman are researching freshwater sponges throughout South Carolina, one of the first times the organism has been studied in the Palmetto State in nearly 30 years.
Public health professor Sarah Maness is partnering with the the Tri-County Gun Violence Coordinating Council to help build consensus around potential solutions to reduce gun violence in the South Carolina Lowcountry.
For the second consecutive year, the College of Charleston has been chosen as the exclusive academic partner for the Charleston Literary Festival.
Geology students on a three-week trip to the badlands of Wyoming made some big discoveries that lay undiscovered for 65 million years.
Three College of Charleston faculty members have received Fulbright awards for the 2022–23 academic year.
Systems engineering major Ohaji Clark is getting a firsthand look at his future career with a co-op at the Bosch facility in North Charleston.