On this episode of 'Speaking of … College of Charleston,' junior Honors student Sydney Pearson speaks about her summer internship at Mercedes-Benz Vans.
CofC Podcast: Kathleen Parker, Sen. Tom Davis, Gary Hess Discuss Cannabis Legislation in South Carolina
On this episode of the 'Speaking of … College of Charleston' podcast, award-winning 'Washington Post' journalist Kathleen Parker speaks with South Carolina Senator Tom Davis and Gary Hess, attorney Margaret Ann “Muffy” Kneece and founder of the Veterans Alliance for Holistic Alternatives, about cannabis legislation in South Carolina.
On this episode of 'Speaking Of…College of Charleston,' author Bret Lott talks about his 34 years of teaching, writing, an upcoming nonfiction book and making Oprah's Book Club list.
On this episode of 'Speaking of … College of Charleston,' Mari Crabtree, associate professor of African American studies, talks about her book, 'My Soul Is a Witness: The Traumatic Afterlife of Lynching.'
On this episode of 'Speaking of … College of Charleston,' CofC President Andrew Hsu reflects on the upward trajectory of the College and shares some highlights from the 2022-23 academic year.
On this episode of Speaking of … College of Charleston, computer science professors Navid Hashemi and Sarah Schoemann shed light on the use of artificial intelligence (AI), ChatGPT and what the rise of the conversational chatbot means for higher education, work and life in general.
In honor of National Nutrition Month, which runs through March 31, the latest episode of "Speaking of … College of Charleston" is all about food; how to eat sustainably, reduce food waste and enjoy delicious local fruits and veggies from our campus farmers market.
On this episode of 'Speaking of ... College of Charleston,' Kameelah Martin, dean of the Graduate School, discusses her personal evolution from researcher and scholar to initiate of the ancient Yoruba religion of West Africa.
On this episode of 'Speaking Of … College of Charleston,' Scott Peeples, interim chair of the Department of English and Poe scholar, takes us on a tour of some of the Lowcountry landmarks associated with Edgar Allan Poe.
CofC Podcast: Geology Professor Talks About His Sea Monster Discovery and Other Paleontological Treasures
On this episode of 'Speaking of ... College of Charleston,' Scott Persons, assistant professor of geology and curator of the Mace Brown Museum of Natural History, talks about discovering a previously unknown type of prehistoric marine reptile and his many other expeditions hunting fossils.