A newly acquired 500-gallon saltwater fish tank in the College's School of Sciences and Mathematics Building is providing students with a wave of new learning opportunities.
As recipients of School of Sciences and Mathematics Summer Research Grants, these students did not let the coronavirus pandemic keep them from their marine science research.
Where in the world did CofC alumni Prentice “Tripp” Brower III ’12 and Zach Bjur ’12 spend the holidays?
Each summer, students at the College study aquatic turtle species firsthand and learn about the need for conserving these species in the course Aquatic Turtle Conservation and Biology.
Over 2,000 new students will start at the College this August. They come from across the U.S. and around the world. Here are a few.
An alternative medicine expert, Gretchen Lidicker '14 has just published two books on the health benefits of CBD and magnesium.
Wes Dudgeon, the chair of the Department of Health and Human Performance, talks about his love of sports, his area of expertise and his favorite office memento.
Patrick Smith '19 is among 20 college students selected to receive the 2019 Miracle Network Dance Marathon Distinguished Leader Award for their work with Dance Marathon.
Biology major Victoria Bailey’s path toward a career in medicine is clearer than ever thanks to scholarship support.
After meeting in a biology class, CofC students Aleksei Wilhelm and James Riggs discovered that they share a unique hobby – playing the accordion.