The fall 2020 Faculty Distance Education Readiness Course runs from October 7 to November 24, 2020. Applications are due August 10, 2020.
CofC employees are connecting via Zoom every week to chat, discuss working from home with children and/or alone, and even practice meditation and mindfulness.
Check out some of the many offers that College of Charleston employees can take advantage of while staying home!
The Staff Advisory Committee to the President has launched a series of virtual drop-ins, as well as a new Instagram account, to help CofC staff stay connected during the e-learning period.
Sociology professor Heath Hoffmann offers four tips for keeping students engaged with distance education.
Sarah Myer '09, director of operations in the Office of Admissions, shares more than an organ with her kidney transplant recipient.
Meet Brent Laing '83, senior instructor of theatre.
Please welcome the newest Cougars on campus. These new staff members are excited to be part of the College of Charleston family!
From Garmins and fitbits to meal plans and gym memberships, there are countless weight-management and fitness discounts and deals available to CofC faculty and staff.
More and more faculty members are embracing Open Educational Resources, making education more accessible and saving students money.
When Michael Overholt first went to Sara Coleman '17 for a fitness assessment, he just wanted to jump-start his weight loss. A little over a year later, he has transformed his body.
Music faculty members, cellist Natalia Khoma and pianist Volodymyr Vynnytsky, are featured soloists in the U.S. tour of the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine that launched in February.
Meet Daron Calhoun, facilities manager and outreach and public programming coordinator for the Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture.
When it comes to sudden cardiac arrest, quick access to an automatic external defibrillator (AED) can increase the odds of survival from 5 to 40 percent – that's why Fire and EMS has installed more than 45 AEDs across campus. Knowing where the closest one is could save someone's life.
Margaret Humphreys, former director of the N.E. Miles Early Childhood Development Center, has given financial support to officiate the Pathways to Peace.