Lee Lindner, associate professor of physics and coordinator of the College’s Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics Program, weighs in on the early tropical activity in the 2020 hurricane season.
Through orbiting experiments, Ana Oprisan is helping to advance space exploration.
An astronomy and physics professor takes a look at the accuracy of the astrophysics in the latest Brad Pitt film Ad Astra.
Physics and astronomy professor Chris Fragile is researching neutron stars. These stars represent the densest state of matter in our universe.
College of Charleston astrophysicist Jon Hakkila says blasts created by gamma-ray bursts may actually exceed the speed of light in surrounding gas clouds.
Wes Dudgeon, the chair of the Department of Health and Human Performance, talks about his love of sports, his area of expertise and his favorite office memento.
Channeling the spirit of groundbreaking female astronomers, professor Ashley Pagnotta and her students are working to figure out the fate of the universe.
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.
Astrophysics majors Lucy Williamson and Blake Mino journeyed to Chile for research using an advanced telescope at one of the world’s best stargazing sites.
While studying gamma ray bursts, astrophysicist Jon Hakkila made a discovery where time appeared to go backward.