Professors Juliette Bourdier and David Desplaces have organized “Le Don du Livre,” which means "the gift of the book," an event aimed at distributing 2,000 French books to Charleston-area educators and students.
French professor Juliette Bourdier grew up in Paris. Watching Notre Dame Cathedral burn on April 15, 2019, reminded her of the building's significance in history and in her own life.
Global Foodways is the 2018-2019 World Affairs Signature Series sponsored by the School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs.
Italian Studies professor Giovanna De Luca has been taking students from the College of Charleston on summer study abroad programs to Italy since 2013.
Maggie Wyatt, a sophomore double majoring in international business and marketing, shares the story of her winding and culturally immersive journey to CofC.
Junior George Gabriel speaks German, Polish, Portuguese, French and Spanish. His goal is to eventually learn more than 10 different languages.
Anna Shillinglaw Hampton '00 left College of Charleston with degrees in French and international business and went on to an exciting career in food media.
Students in the First Year Experience course “Latin America and the French Caribbean” were recently treated to a specially prepared meal in the Charleston kitchen of award-winning chef Bob Waggoner.
College students are used to eating on the cheap. So the experience of having world renowned chef Bob Waggoner cook a three-course meal for them is likely to be unforgettable.
From analyzing water resources in India to understanding commerce in Costa Rica, the College offers study abroad experiences for every type of adventurer and scholar.