The William V. Moore Student Research Conference is an opportunity for advanced high school and college students to formally present research. Applications are due Feb. 17, 2017.
The College of Charleston’s Model United Nations Team won three awards at the Southern Regional Model United Nations (SRMUN) competition held recently in Atlanta.
The $260K grant from the National Academy of Sciences will fund a study of attitudes about climate change and how they impact policymaking.
President McConnell recounted to students his time as a South Carolina elected official.
For these CofC alumni, a degree in political science has put them in front of the action for this wild 2016 election cycle.
The lecture by former Federal Election Commission Chairman Trevor Potter takes place from 4 to 5 p.m. on Nov. 1, 2016.
Wanting to simplify the search for childcare, Katie Tumbleston '08 (M.P.A. '13) developed the NannyPod app to connect parents with local, reliable sitters.
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.
Some of the College's top 2016 graduates will be heading to London, Germany, Ireland and South America to teach, pursue advanced degrees and perform research.
As scheduler to First Lady Michelle Obama, alumnus Hugh McDermott '11 works in the White House and has visited the Middle East, Cuba and other locations around the world in support of her initiatives.