4 11, 2020

Financial Literacy Class Capitalizes Returns as Online Course

By |2020-11-16T09:52:13-05:00November 4, 2020|Academics, All News|Comments Off on Financial Literacy Class Capitalizes Returns as Online Course

Finance professor Jocelyn Evans is maximizing learning returns with her online course Financial Literacy for Generation Z.

2 11, 2020

CofC Course Explores Charleston’s Role in Presidential Politics

By |2020-11-13T16:21:39-05:00November 2, 2020|Academics, All News|Comments Off on CofC Course Explores Charleston’s Role in Presidential Politics

The first-year seminar "Presidential Politics. Made. Here." explores how Charleston has influenced presidential politics and presidential elections, both past and present.

6 05, 2020

Psychology Graduate Explores Mental Health of Children, Students

By |2020-05-13T16:48:26-04:00May 6, 2020|Academics, All News|Comments Off on Psychology Graduate Explores Mental Health of Children, Students

After seeing a close friend struggle with mental illness, psychology graduate Megan Henrich found her calling helping children and students overcome emotional challenges.

11 02, 2019

Comic-Activist-Scholar Helps Students Connect the Dots

By |2020-02-25T12:56:36-05:00February 11, 2019|Academics, Campus Life|Comments Off on Comic-Activist-Scholar Helps Students Connect the Dots

Humorist, scholar and activist, Peterson Toscano visits the College, engaging students with discussions that touch on faith, climate change and LGBTQ+ issues.

24 06, 2016

Professor’s Book Details History of Freedom Schools

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Teacher education professor Jon Hale's new book, "Freedom Schools," focuses on the creation of 41 schools for black students during the Mississippi Freedom Summer of 1964.