Right on campus at the College of Charleston, archaeology faculty and students recently conducted a dig to investigate a historic site.
The Winter 2021 issue of 'College of Charleston Magazine' is just arriving throughout campus, in homes across the country and around the globe.
As a landslide mitigation expert with the United Nations, Marina Drazba '05 helps implement preventative measures to save the lives of the some of the world's poorest, most vulnerable people.
Despite winning the Department of Mathematics's top honor, Jay Van Raalte '20 plans on pursuing a career in music instead of going to graduate school – because, well, who wouldn't want to be a rock star if they had the choice?
To gather video for a summer online fieldwork class, geology professor Scott Persons unearthed a Triceratops skull and Tyrannosaur footprints in the Badlands of Wyoming.
The 10th anniversary of the Mace Brown Museum of Natural History is being marked by a multi-year gift to support a new research fellowship to take the museum’s research and community outreach to the next level.
From a fossil dig at a Summerville construction site, geology instructor Bobby Boessenecker and recent graduate Addison Miller '20 discovered a 25 million-year-old nursery for baby megasharks.
A Triceratops and "Scotty" the Tyrannosaurus, as well as a new online tour, are the latest additions to the Mace Brown Museum of Natural History.
To gather video for a summer online fieldwork class, Assistant Professor of geology Scott Persons unearthed a Triceratops skull and tyrannosaur footprints near Casper, Wyoming.
The well-preserved 24-million-year-old dolphin skeleton at the College of Charleston's Mace Brown Museum of Natural History is helping to answer questions about the evolution of early branching dolphins.