A new project through the College's Lowcountry Hazards Center aims to engage students from all academic disciplines to help stem the tide of flooding in Charleston.
Geology professor Cass Runyon is on a mission to reignite interest in space exploration amid the excitement of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.
As a NASA contractor and lover of all things lunar, CofC geology professor Cassandra Runyon is excited about the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing.
Geology professor Barbara Beckingham hopes some easy household changes can reduce the amount of microplastics that end up in our waterways.
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.
A CofC researcher is part of a team looking at the evolutionary origins of the whistles and squeaks that dolphins and porpoises make.
Geology major Emanuel 'Manny' Byas will make a career of mapping the ocean floor after graduation when he starts his new job working for an international geosciences company.
The Department of Geology and Environmental Geosciences is a co-sponsor of the 2019 Southeastern Section of the Geological Society of America happening in Charleston March 28-29, 2019.
Paleontologist Robert Boessenecker's research concludes the extinction of the giant shark "Megalodon" may have occurred much earlier than first believed.
The Winter 2019 edition of College of Charleston Magazine is full of interesting stories about students, faculty and alumni.