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.
A postdoctoral award from the American Association of University Women will allow history professor Shannon Eaves to focus on finishing a book project about the sexual exploitation of enslaved women.
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.
Every summer, the College of Charleston welcomes high school students for a chance to explore the CofC experience in a unique, immersive way through the Honors College Summer Institute.
Marketing major Leah Martin has found her place as an associate product marketing manager intern at Google.
Geology Professor Norman S. Levine, who studies natural phenomena like sinkholes and earthquakes, explains what caused a sinkhole near campus.
The Call Me MISTER Program, which supports male minority students majoring in education who plan to become teachers, has received a $50,000 grant from Dominion Energy.
African American Studies Director Anthony Greene says the move by Congress to make Juneteenth a federal holiday is an important moment, but one that should be taken in the larger context of ongoing racial and social justice movements.
Astronomy professor Joe Carson and his business Pensievision were awarded a $400,000 National Institutes of Health grant to test the medical imaging instrument he created with the help of CofC students and alumni.
This year's Summer Undergraduate Research with Faculty (SURF) grant projects span a variety of academic interests, from exploring a potential new treatment for spinal cord injuries to environmentally friendly water purification techniques to the integration of video projections into lighting design.