The College of Charleston recently celebrated the 25th anniversary of the South Carolina Alliance for Minority Participation (SCAMP) program.
From research on hurricanes to studying the connections between light and plant growth, students in the College's South Carolina Alliance for Minority Participation program get real-world science experience.
Standout student leader Jasmine Shabazz is thriving in her journey toward becoming a physician and public health specialist.
The Hibernian Society of Charleston recently hosted a ceremony at downtown Charleston's Hibernian Hall, where 13 College of Charleston students were awarded scholarships.
SCAMP students Sondrica Goines and Wendell Roberson recently won first place honors for presentations of their science research.
Students representing the Louis Stokes South Carolina Alliance for Minority Participation (SCAMP) at the College of Charleston were honored recently for their academic research.
Junior biochemistry major Aliya Dumas, who aspires to become a surgeon, recently won a grant to take part in a summer research project in Singapore.
The 2014 SPECTRA class, which includes nearly 100 freshman with diverse backgrounds, continues through Aug. 9, 2014.