Student Health Services will host a town hall discussion titled “COVID-19 ‘Ask an Expert’ Panel” on Friday, July 30, aimed at answering the CofC campus community’s questions about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Six education majors spent the summer researching issues of diversity in teaching as part of the Center for Partnerships to Improve Education's Summer Research Employment program.
James B. Edwards ’50 established the O.M. & Bertie H. Edwards Scholarship to honor his parents and their combined 100 years of teaching, and to support CofC students pursuing a career in education.
CofC professors Adem Ali and Richard Bodek have received Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program awards to travel abroad to learn and lecture in their respective fields for the 2021–22 academic year.
The Honors College and MUSC partnered together to create the Pipeline for Aspiring Surgical Scientists (PASS) internship program for students considering careers in surgery or as a medical scientist.
Driq Graves '21 is among the music students at the College who have benefited from an annual scholarship through the Charleston Mens Chorus.
A postdoctoral award from the American Association of University Women will allow history professor Shannon Eaves to focus on finishing a book project about the sexual exploitation of enslaved women.
CofC alumni Liam Becker '16 and John Berdux '14 started Apis Mercantile to prove to the world that you can sell hemp extract and honey products in a sustainable and profitable way.
From the celebration of a new energy conservation effort to campus visits from the next generation of Cougars, there’s been plenty happening lately at the College of Charleston.
The inaugural class of scholars for the new 1967 Legacy Program, which aims to improve the recruitment, retention and graduation of Black students through scholarships, enhanced education support and professional preparation, will arrive on campus this fall.