Darcy Everett and the Center for Sustainable Development give CofC offices, departments and individual employees tips for keeping workspaces clean and green.
Meet Fred Quick '14, associate director for admissions.
Yaron Ayalon, director of the College's Yaschik/Arnold Jewish Studies Program, sees something special coming out of the woodwork at the Jewish Studies Center.
The College pays tribute to employees who have served the state of South Carolina for 10, 20, 30, 40 and even 50 years.
Meet Kate Owens, senior instructor and associate chair in the Department of Mathematics.
When a driver hit William Sims from Facilities Management and destroyed his bike, a CofC student, a CofC alumnus and several CofC staff members decided to help.
Here's why faculty should apply now for the spring 2021 DE Readiness Course, which runs from Feb. 3 to March 30, 2021. Applications are due Dec. 7, 2020.
This Veterans Day, the College of Charleston honors its veterans, including 21-year U.S. Army vet Frank Covington, for their service.
The Office of Mail Services as well as team member Jennifer Gillispie were recently recognized by the College and University Mail Services Association.
In celebration of of National Cat Day, Oct. 29, these CofC faculty and staff members introduce their feline friends to the College community.
The employee module of DiversityEDU is now available for faculty and staff through CougarEd.
The Staff Advisory Committee to the President (SAC) is focusing on finding opportunities to communicate, connect and collaborate this academic year.
Meet Lamont Moore, a groundskeeper who who has been making the College of Charleston campus beautiful for 15 years.
Grice Marine Lab's newly acquired 2012 F-250 led a very different life before becoming a resource for marine science research.
On National Custodian Appreciation Day, Oct. 2, the College of Charleston recognizes the critical work of custodians during a worldwide pandemic.