Andrea Creech, a senior who is double majoring in biology and Hispanic studies, is spending the summer studying at Yale University as part of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute's Exceptional Research Opportunities Program. Creech’s research will focus on type 2 diabetes.
Named after CofC alumna Tabetha Boyajian '03, Tabby's Star is considered the "most mysterious star in the galaxy" – and you can join the community of stargazers helping astronomers figure it out. Could this megastructure be evidence of aliens?
Beth Sundstrom and Andrea DeMaria, co-directors of the Women's Health Research Team, are featured in a Science for the People podcast and as Charlie Magazine's 50 Most Progressive for 2016.
FitCatz is an aquatic and motor therapy community service program designed to help children with disabilities become efficient movers.
The College of Charleston's Campus Recreation Services provided a two-month Bridge Run Training Program for staff, faculty and students. Participants had access to their own coach/trainer. The program also provided group runs and three timed runs that assessed their progress.
Want to study cybersecurity and Russia? Or American automotive history? Students at the College of Charleston have access to some very engaging and unusual courses each semester.
Notable computer science alumni will return to the College to offer advice and networking opportunities for current students.
The spring 2016 issue of College of Charleston Magazine arrives in mailboxes this week. With celebrations of the College's history, alumni, academics, students and all things CofC, readers have a lot to look forward to. Here's a taste of what's to come!
Evan Linder's '04 newest play – Byhalia, Mississippi – opened in January and immediately sparked conversations about race relations in the United States.
The BOUNDLESS campaign, which is the largest fundraising and engagement initiative in the College’s 246-year history, has raised more than $127 million since the beginning of its effort in October 2009.