It turns out, one way to generate interest in computer coding – according to computer science professor and department chair Bill Manaris – is through music, like his Computers, Art and Music course.
The College of Charleston will host the fourth annual German-American Business Summit at the Charleston Gaillard Center in downtown Charleston on Feb. 5, 2020.
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.
Math major Evan Sliker is spending his summer honing his cybersecurity skills as a system administration intern for Life Cycle Engineering.
Megan Landau '18 sought out new experiences as a computer science major, before landing her dream job as a software engineer for the Walt Disney Company.
After graduation, Emily Coleman '18 turned two summer internships at Boeing into a full-time position with the aerospace company.
Semmy Purewal '02, who is a software engineer at Facebook, recently shared his insights on succeeding in the tech world with students at the College.
Semmy Purewal '02 likes to build connections, both online and among people, in his job as a software engineer for Facebook.
Computer Science students will compete in the Chucktown Floods Hack Aug. 24-26, 2018.
Computer science professor Brent Munsell decided to take action after his young daughter was diagnosed with a rare neurological disorder.