The College of Charleston has become an institutional member of the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity.
The American Association of Teachers of German has designated the College of Charleston German studies program a German Center of Excellence.
Rene Mueller, professor of international marketing in the School of Business, has been named co-chair of the South Carolina International Trade Coalition.
The sixth annual Cougar Night Lights holiday light show kicks off this month with a special showing for College of Charleston students.
In this week's installment: 'Time' magazine quotes Tim Carens in a story about a new version of the movie, 'A Christmas Carol,' WCIV-TV talks with geology professor Norm Levine about flooding and more.
Faculty and staff are invited to the College's 2022 holiday party on Friday, Dec. 9, as well as to holiday drop-ins at the President's House on Thursday, Dec. 8.
The College of Charleston men’s basketball team won their first ever Shriners Children’s Charleston Classic Sunday night, taking down reigning ACC Champion Virginia Tech 77-75.
Christophe Boucher, associate professor of Native American history, highlights the origins of Thanksgiving and why it’s not embraced by many Native Americans.
The launch of the new College of Charleston Speaker Series on Public Discourse and Civility, a celebration of the Women’s and Gender Studies Program and a showcase of student-owned businesses: It’s been an exciting few weeks at CofC.
Please welcome some of the College's newest staff members to campus!