Three Honors College students have received the Goldwater Scholarship — one of the highest honors for undergraduates studying science, technology, engineering or mathematics.
Meet Kristina Hill-Spanik, lab manager of the Molecular Core Facility at Grice Marine Laboratory.
As an ichthyologist, Rodney Rountree '87 (M.S.) has unveiled the myriad of sounds in freshwater and marine ecosystems by identifying thousands of burps, coughs and, yes, even farts of fish that may play a vital role in their survival.
A newly acquired 500-gallon saltwater fish tank in the College's School of Sciences and Mathematics Building is providing students with a wave of new learning opportunities.
As recipients of School of Sciences and Mathematics Summer Research Grants, these students did not let the coronavirus pandemic keep them from their marine science research.
Grice Marine Lab's newly acquired 2012 F-250 led a very different life before becoming a resource for marine science research.
Alumna Dorlisa Hommel went from exploring the depths of the ocean to the heights of outer space when she began working with satellites.
As the curator of the Fish and Invertebrate Collection at the College of Charleston Grice Marine Lab, marine biology professor Tony Harold is always surrounded by something fishy.
Marine biology major Bailey Fallon's research helped discover the first record of a leatherback fossil from Northern California.
Three marine biology majors spent the summer in Panama researching sponges on Caribbean reefs.