Meet Michelle Futrell '92, assistant dean for professional studies and continuing education in the School of Business.
The Office of the Provost and Academic Affairs recognizes six outstanding faculty members who demonstrate excellence in various areas of advising, teaching and research through a series of awards.
The College has expanded its program enabling employees to take courses at the university for free. The deadline to apply for fall 2021 classes through the newly named Employee Tuition Assistance Program (ETAP) is July 1, 2021.
Cougar Fit, the group fitness class dedicated solely to faculty and staff, resumes in-person classes this summer.
A partnership between Campus Recreation Services and the Carpentry Shop is an ace in the hole for putt-putt fun.
Meet Jay Forsythe, assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry.
The CofC community is recognizing those employees who worked on campus during the pandemic with messages of appreciation and gratitude, both online and on the fence of Barnet Courtyard.
The election for the open seats on the Staff Advisory Committee to the President (SAC) is open through Monday, May 17, 2021.
The CofC Grounds Crew stays busy all year long to keep campus beautiful – but the fruits of their labor are never more evident than in the spring.
After a yearlong renovation to the Facilities Management headquarters at 133 Calhoun Street, physical beauty has been restored to the Physical Plant building.
Meet Alfair Meredith, office manager for the Department of Physics and Astronomy and for the Systems Engineering Program.
CPA and Instructor of Accounting Thomas Spade explains what College of Charleston faculty and staff need to know about preparing their 2020 tax returns.
Jonathan Cundiff, senior network security engineer for IT, cherishes his time at Upstate bison ranch.
The Division of Information Technology offers some tech tips for faculty and staff to keep in mind for a seamless transition back to the office.
The CofC Teaching and Learning Team stays on top of all the technological advancements in teaching and learning so that we don’t have to. Here are five tools they’ve found to make our jobs (and lives) a little bit easier.