Alumna Has Next-Level Intelligence
The senior director of AI4Science at Microsoft Research, Bonnie Kruft ’07 hopes to solve some of humanity’s most intractable problems by combining artificial intelligence with the natural sciences.
Beloved Professor Couldn’t Be More Connected
Raised on a small farm in Tanzania, where water and electricity shortages were commonplace, Lancie Affonso ’96 (M.S. ’08) couldn’t be more plugged in today, teaching in three different schools at the College.
Creating a Level Playing Field for Women Athletes
On the 50th anniversary of the passage of Title IX, the landmark legislation that guaranteed equal access and treatment in all areas of education, we look back at its impact on the College.
Letter from President Andrew T. Hsu: Head of the Class
After 10 years away from the classroom, President Andrew T. Hsu returns to the lecture hall to team-teach an engineering class.
Five Questions for Dean of Students Ann Almasi-Bush
The associate vice president of student well-being, Ann Almasi-Bush provides faculty with the tools to help students succeed at the College.
News From Around the Cistern
An arbor award, new career center and the 250th anniversary of the country's first museum highlight some of the news at the College of Charleston.
Marine Biology Professor Is Sending out an S.O.S.
The co-author of a new study on marine protected areas, Gorka Sancho says that time is running out to save our seas.
Literary Pursuits of Faculty
CofC faculty are experts in their fields, as this roundup of their new books attests.
Literature Professor’s Top 10 Favorite Reads
Here is Raúl Carillo Arciniega’s top 10 list (plus one bonus pick) of novels, poetry and short stories, in no particular order.
Photography Professor To Hold Exhibition at the Halsey
The College's head of photography, award-winning photographer Elizabeth Bick, will have her first solo show at the Halsey Institute this winter.
Philosophy Professor is Rewriting ‘Herstory’
Philosophy professor Deborah Boyle is setting the historical record straight about women philosophers and their contribution to the field.
Student is a Ringing Success
Student Entrepreneur of the Year Nicole Birnbaum has hit the big time with her small business FlipRings.
Student is Engineering His Future
Ohaji Clark is the first systems engineering major to do a yearlong co-op with Bosch in North Charleston.
Education Major Has Become Part of the Solution
Kinandah Williams ’22 isn’t going to let the attrition affecting the teaching profession stop her because ‘anything that comes easy is not worth having.’
STEM Students Got an Equatorial Education
STEM students learned a lifetime of lessons in just two weeks in the College’s new environmental chemistry and sustainability study abroad program.