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.
Meet Michael O'Brien, chair of the Department of Music and associate professor of ethnomusicology at the College of Charleston.
An administrative assistant in the Department of Philosophy, LoRease Johnson has turned her love of working out into a professional bodybuilding career.
The College has made connecting to Italian family members easier for adjunct faculty members Brittany Lavelle Tulla (architectural history) and her mother Bea Lavelle (exercise science).
Meet Austin Hunt '19, webmaster in the College of Charleston Division of Information Technology.
Studio art professor Susan Klein has received a prestigious Pollock-Krasner grant, and her work will be at Atlanta's Day and Night Project gallery Feb. 11–March 6, 2021.
The College of Charleston Retired Faculty and Staff Council offers social and intellectual activities for members.
The Division of Information Technology has launched Status Page, a site providing real-time information on the operating status of campus technology services.
See how much you can save with these hearing aid and eyewear discount programs exclusively for College of Charleston faculty and staff.
Meet Kristina Hill-Spanik, lab manager of the Molecular Core Facility at Grice Marine Laboratory.
The faculty and staff members retiring from the College of Charleston this year are leaving big shoes to fill – and even bigger legacies.