1 10, 2020

Federal Grant Supports Biomedical Research at CofC

By |2020-10-01T12:01:59-04:00October 1, 2020|News Briefs|Comments Off on Federal Grant Supports Biomedical Research at CofC

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.

9 09, 2020

Fragile Presented Governor’s Award for Excellence in Scientific Research

By |2020-09-09T10:25:32-04:00September 9, 2020|Faculty Staff News|Comments Off on Fragile Presented Governor’s Award for Excellence in Scientific Research

Astrophysics professor Chris Fragile has been awarded the South Carolina Governor’s Award for Excellence in Scientific Research at a Primarily Undergraduate Institution. The Governor's Awards for Excellence in Science are among the highest science honors in South Carolina.

16 07, 2020

Internship Spotlight: Public Relations Intern at HailPoint

By |2020-08-05T09:39:14-04:00July 16, 2020|Academics, All News|Comments Off on Internship Spotlight: Public Relations Intern at HailPoint

Student Grace Lowe, who is double-majoring in meteorology and physics, is spending her summer working as a public relations/marketing intern for weather software firm HailPoint.

29 05, 2020

Meteorology Director Weighs in on Early Start to Hurricane Season

By |2020-06-17T08:35:45-04:00May 29, 2020|All News, Campus Life|Comments Off on Meteorology Director Weighs in on Early Start to Hurricane Season

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.

23 09, 2019

Faster than the Speed of Light: New Research Looks at Gamma-Ray Bursts

By |2020-02-25T12:56:03-05:00September 23, 2019|Academics|Comments Off on Faster than the Speed of Light: New Research Looks at Gamma-Ray Bursts

College of Charleston astrophysicist Jon Hakkila says blasts created by gamma-ray bursts may actually exceed the speed of light in surrounding gas clouds.