A number of professors are taking innovative steps to augment the education their students receive by flipping the conventional classroom setting on its head.
Semmy Purewal '02, who is a software engineer at Facebook, recently shared his insights on succeeding in the tech world with students at the College.
Semmy Purewal '02 likes to build connections, both online and among people, in his job as a software engineer for Facebook.
More than 400 high school students from around the Southeast will take part in the 39th annual College of Charleston Math Meet on Feb. 24, 2018.
Think you're not a "math person"? In his new book, 'Transdisciplinarity in Mathematics Education,' professor Nenad Radakovic might just prove you wrong.
The summer 2017 issue of College of Charleston Magazine is here with stories of passionate faculty, inquisitive students and talented alumni.
Mathematics professor Garrett Mitchener uses numerical equations to unlock the biological origins that turned muddled sounds into prose.
When it comes to writing out mathematical formulas, Bob Mignone is the chairman of the (chalk) board.
Owilender K. Grant and Eugene Hunt opened the doors for diversity among the faculty as the College's first black professors.
Each February, the College's Department of Mathematics invites students from across the Southeast to compete in a fun and challenging math competition.