The joint Master of Arts in English program at the College of Charleston and The Citadel will offer up to 10 teachers free tuition to enroll in the graduate program’s introductory course.
For CofC senior Chak Or, studying abroad in Cambodia was more than an experience to see another part of the world, it was a chance to connect with his roots.
In this week's installment: A professor explores the ancestry of African remains found in Charleston, a forum looks at problems facing teachers, a preview of Adam Smith Week and much more.
A panel of educators hosted by the College of Charleston’s Educator Preparation Program hopes to find solutions to some of the problems plaguing public education in South Carolina.
The William and James Mulvaney Family Endowed Scholarship supports a declared education major in the School of Education, Health, and Human Performance.
Impact360 Summer Success, a new summer learning program, is supported by CofC's After School & Summer Learning Resource Center.
Political science major Thomasena Thomas is spending her summer in Washington, D.C. as an intern with the national early education organization Jumpstart.
In this week's installment: a look at Matt Czuchry's commencement speech, the new debate about sports betting, why you should eat your beets and much more.
A historical marker will be erected Thursday, May 3, 2018, at 105 Wentworth Street in honor of civil rights activist Septima Clark.
Professor Andrew Lewis is leaving his post in the School of Education, Health, and Human Performance after more than 40 years at the College of Charleston.