Knudt Flor, senior vice president for innovation and industry engagement at the College of Charleston, is building bridges between industry and CofC classrooms.
A College of Charleston geoarchaeologist Scott Harris is unearthing new clues about the fate of the historic Civil War submarine "H.L. Hunley."
A renowned author who taught creative writing at the College of Charleston, T Kira Madden inspires students with her love of language.
CofC’s resident scholar on death and dying, octogenarian George Dickinson has no plans on calling it quits any time soon.
Valerie Frazier ’91 (M.P.A ’94) created the 1967 Legacy Program to support African American students in a multitude of ways.
CofC faculty are experts in their fields, as this roundup of their recent books attests.
Margaret Hagood ’92, a professor of language and literacies development in teacher education, shares her favorite children's literature.
Each year the MBA cohort at the College takes a weeklong trip to another country to learn about its business practices, and this spring it was Israel.
Looking to make a difference when she arrived at the College, Alex Adams has started a chapter of a national charity that distributes necessities to those experiencing homelessness.
Although just about every month was a struggle for "Dreamer" Victor Jimenez '22, he got his degree with the College's support.