Students at the College of Charleston will benefit from a recent grant from the National Institutes of Health that will deliver $100,000 a year for the next five years to support biomedical research.
In the fall of 2019, six College of Charleston students got a real hands-on lesson in the art and science of brewing beer. And now Charleston beer lovers will get to taste the results from two of those students whose brew rose to the top.
College of Charleston alumnus and baseball standout Phillip Coker is now battling a new opponent in the field of medicine – COVID-19.
Alumna Dr. Ebony Jade Hilton ’04, an advocate for communities of color, has co-written a children's book about COVID-19 that provides support for families on how to stay safe and healthy.
Softball player Kylie Burke spent her summer as an intern in the microbiology and infectious disease unit at Emory University Hospital.
CofC researchers are studying how naproxen discharged into waterways may be impacting toads and other amphibians.
College of Charleston public health major Britt Soyebo finds federally funded summer research at Auburn University transformational.
One of the College of Charleston's legendary scholars, Lewis Gibbes created his own table of elements in 1875.
Chemistry professor Kate Mullaugh explains how fireworks get their brilliant colors – and how chemistry brightens our skies every Fourth of July.
Wendell Roberston '18 is among the students to benefit from the Horatio Hughes Memorial Scholarship, named in honor of alumnus and professor Horatio Hughes, Class of 1905, who taught at CofC from 1923 to 1950.