CofC Libraries offers faculty and staff free access to everything from 'The New York Times' to 'Rolling Stone' – as well as access to some pretty great deals at places like Target, Kohl's and Home Depot!
The Teaching and Learning Team's new Resilient Teaching and Learning website offers resources – including a series of forums/training sessions from July 29 to Aug. 21 – to help faculty adapt to changing learning environments.
The Office of Business and Auxiliary Services has been renamed the Office of Campus Services, providing a one-stop shop for taking care of business at the College of Charleston.
Meet Jen Wright, associate professor (soon-to-be professor) in the Department of Psychology.
Faculty member Brian Lanahan and staff member Sara Stevenson started swimming together at the beginning of the pandemic, and last month they cheered each other on in their respective open-water swims.
College of Charleston marine geologist Leslie "Doc" Sautter is raising money to support CofC students and programs through the sale of marine-inspired face masks.
The 2020 Staff Award winners were announced at the virtual Staff Celebration and Staff Awards Presentation on June 24, 2020.
College of Charleston faculty and staff have used their extra hours at home to be productive and creative. Check out a few of the "pandemic projects" that have been keeping us busy!
Meet Chrystal Grant '12, administrative specialist in the Department of English.
Bob Frash isn't just an associate professor of hospitality and tourism management – he's an adventure motorcyclist.
The six outstanding faculty members recognized with 2019–20 distinguished faculty awards demonstrate excellence in various areas of advising, teaching and research.
Meet Mandi Bryson Copeland, associate director for student life.
Campus Recreation Services is offering Cougar Fit, the free circuit training/HIIT–based class for faculty and staff, live via Zoom at 5:15 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
President Andrew T. Hsu has announced the College's new CFO/EVP of business affairs and VP of marketing and enrollment planning, as well as his new executive assistant.
While most CofC employees are working remotely, for staff in the Office of Business and Auxiliary Services, it's business as usual.