The School of Business has been recognized in several recent national rankings by education publications.
Percussionist and two-time Grammy nominee Quentin Baxter '98 has joined the faculty of the Arts Management Program and will serve as the new host of the "IN THE MIX" speaker series.
The William and James Mulvaney Family Endowed Scholarship supports a declared education major in the School of Education, Health, and Human Performance.
It was an exciting week on the College of Charleston campus with a big announcement and another Farmers Market.
Professor Phil Manning is among a group of international researchers who published a new study of an ancient bird fossil that sheds light on avian evolution.
More than 60 students are spending spring break volunteering at a variety of sites through the College's Alternative Break program.
The College will host a conference titled “Freedoms Gained and Lost: Reinterpreting Reconstruction in the Atlantic World” from March 16-March 18, 2018, at Addlestone Library.
The College is currently working on two education-related research projects funded by the Colonial Academic Alliance, the academic arm of the Colonial Athletic Association.
This is a chance to meet local alumni chapter leaders and get an inside look into Boundless, the College of Charleston’s Comprehensive Campaign.
William Bennett, conductor of the College’s University Chorus and adjunct professor in the School of the Arts, was named a top 10 finalist for the award out of more than 7,000 nominees.
Geology professor Cass Runyon was at the Orion launch, and alum David Weiss '12, a Mars researcher, might be involved in the first manned trip to the planet.
Susan von Frank ’03 sees agribusiness as part of the climate change solution. It's why she and her husband started GrowJourney.