The Peace Initiative, a weeklong series of events March 5-11, 2018, will facilitate a discussion of techniques to cultivate peace.
The Friends of the Library will present a discussion of Alzheimer’s Disease with writer/journalist Niki Kapsambelis on Oct. 11, 2017.
College of Charleston psychology professor and department chair Gabrielle Principe says unstructured play is key to social cognitive development.
Three College of Charleston students have established the first ever Southeastern Student Aesthetics Conference on Saturday, March 18.
A look at some of the courses offered this semester as part of the First Year Experience Program.
CofC professors offer advice to help you take some of the stress out of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Psychology major Emily Torchiana is lifting the veil of stigma and speaking out about mental health and cyberbullying. And she's saving lives while she's at it.
Track and field star Julisa Tindall plans to keep up her record-breaking streak for the high bar, aiming for a three-peat in the upcoming season.
The College’s School of Professional Studies will offer a course titled “Leading Teams for Impact: Executive Coaching and Assessment Tools,” from May 18-20, 2016.
Find out what happens when psychology professor Amy Kolak places toys in front of toddlers and tells them not to touch.