This year's Summer Undergraduate Research with Faculty (SURF) grant projects span a variety of academic interests, from exploring a potential new treatment for spinal cord injuries to environmentally friendly water purification techniques to the integration of video projections into lighting design.
The Institute for Citizens & Scholars has named College of Charleston English professor Lisa Young as a new Career Enhancement Fellow for the 2021–22 academic year.
As the deputy assistant secretary for higher education programs in the U.S. Department of Education, Michelle Asha Cooper '95 is in a position to make big changes in higher education, particularly regarding affordability and access.
Former students, colleagues and friends established the Nan Morrison Endowed Scholarship as an homage to the retired English professor’s passion for teaching English Renaissance and Southern literature.
For National Poetry Month, which runs throughout April, poet and College of Charleston Adjunct Instructor of English Marjory Wentworth reflects on why studying poetry matters more than ever before.
The College's Discovering Our Past Project is adding five new African American history tours to the multi-media website.
The College celebrates the recent 50th anniversary of Kurt Vonnegut’s "Slaughterhouse-Five" with an art exhibit in Addlestone Library and a talk with English professor and Vonnegut scholar Susan Farrell.
College of Charleston alumnus Derrick Williams made history at his alma mater last year when he became the first Black president of the Alumni Association.
Who better to give us their Top 10 books than the chair of the English department, Myra Seaman?
Meet Chrystal Grant '12, administrative specialist in the Department of English.