College of Charleston professors Bill Barfield and Tom Carroll, along with alumni Elie and Dan Boland, have published the first study comparing the power plate exercise device to free weight exercises. The article was published in the current issue of the International Journal of Exercise Science.
Two College of Charleston students are participating in the five-day Youth Policy Summit on Energy Efficiency in California that kicked off Saturday. The 34 participants from around the country will explore how California might improve its energy efficiency in vehicles, buildings and electricity generation to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions. The recommendations made by the students will
The College of Charleston is chosen by one of the students followed in the recently released book, “Acceptance: A Legendary Guidance Counselor Helps Seven Kids Find the Right Colleges – and Find Themselves.”
College of Charleston graduates earn a mid-career median salary of $72,100 per year according to the 2009 PayScale College Salary Report, released today. Also according to the report, graduates from the College of Charleston earn a starting median salary of $36,200 per year.
The College of Charleston is once again one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review. Only about 15% of America’s 2,500 four-year colleges and two Canadian colleges are in the just-published 2010 edition of “The Best 371 Colleges.” The College of Charleston ranked 91 for quality of life.
The College of Charleston will take on defending national champion North Carolina at the Carolina First Arena on January 4, the school announced on Wednesday. The arrival of Coach Roy Williams’ team marks the first time in school history that the current NCAA men’s basketball champions will play at the College of Charleston. “I am
The Halsey Institute for Contemporary Art at the College of Charleston announces the award of an $80,000 program grant from the prestigious Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts for 2009 and 2010.
College of Charleston senior Sanaz Arjomand, an Iranian-American, spent this summer in Iran, voting in the recent election. The political science major’s blog was featured on World Focus, a national radio show, and on the online news source HuffingtonPost.com.
College of Charleston Assistant Professor John Bruns’ published his first book, Loopholes, Reading Comically, in early June. The book brings together contemporary and classic studies of humor with the idea that comedy is not simply a literary or theatrical genre, but a certain way of disclosing or undoing the way the world is organized. Bruns
College of Charleston’s School of the Arts is proud to announce that Matthew Canepa, assistant professor of Art History, was awarded the Charles A. Ryskamp Fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) for 2009/2010 and has been inducted into the Society of Antiquaries of London, the world’s premier learned society for heritage.