Molecular biology student Vernon Kennedy Jr. has been named a Goldwater Scholar, one of the nation’s highest honors for undergraduates studying science, technology, engineering or mathematics.
After seeing a close friend struggle with mental illness, psychology graduate Megan Henrich found her calling helping children and students overcome emotional challenges.
The College enrolls thousands of students each summer in its online courses, and the breadth of courses expands every year.
CofC is hosting its second annual Peace Initiative Week, March 25–30, 2019. With the theme of working for social justice using principles of peace, all events are free and open to the public.
Since graduating last May, Ellie Cutright '18 has been working for Belgian-based nonprofit APOPO as a research technician training African giant pouched rats in Tanzania.
She's talented enough to have played violin with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra and to perform in a touring band, but student Cecilia McGuinn says music is just her hobby.
Dollie Jennings '18 research shows how important a good sense of smell is to memories and our psychological well-being.
Journalist Margaret Gardiner '86 graces the red carpet in Hollywood and trots the globe to get the scoop on celebrities.
Triple major Xandre Clementsmith has been awarded the national SMART Scholarship from the Department of Defense.
Part variety show, part community action event, Incluza-Palooza is a celebration of unity and diversity at the College of Charleston.