In recognition of her work on behalf of contingent faculty, the S.C. conference of the American Association of University Professors has named Julia E..
Bernard Powers, professor emeritus of history and director of the Study of Slavery in Charleston, was recently awarded the ASALH’s prestigious Carte..
More than 250 CofC staff members braved stormy weather on Wednesday, June 12, for the 2019 Staff Celebration Lunch and Awards...
Marqius Who's Who recently presented P. George Benson, professor of decision sciences and former CofC president, with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifeti..
The Career Center honored College of Charleston student employees and their supervisors at the Student Employee of the Year Award Luncheon on April 9,..
A College of Charleston alum will be among the filmmakers picking Oscar winners next spring.
Two projects that integrate the arts and the community and involve College of Charleston professors have been named finalists for the national Robert ..
Professor Anne Gutshall was selected for an award from the Delta Gamma Foundation after being nominated by some of her former students, who are also m..
College of Charleston graduate student Sarah Byce was recognized for her blog Journey to the Philippines...
The College of Charleston's CLAW program awarded its prestigious Hines Prize to Huw T. David for his manuscript on 18th-century trade relations betwee..