Six education majors spent the summer researching issues of diversity in teaching as part of the Center for Partnerships to Improve Education's Summer Research Employment program.
James B. Edwards ’50 established the O.M. & Bertie H. Edwards Scholarship to honor his parents and their combined 100 years of teaching, and to support CofC students pursuing a career in education.
The Call Me MISTER Program, which supports male minority students majoring in education who plan to become teachers, has received a $50,000 grant from Dominion Energy.
The College's Crossing the Cistern program has expanded to each of the institution's academic schools, serving more students and providing more individualized support.
Graduate Jayla Cunningham wants to show the importance of physical education in a child's life.
Teyako Bolden is among the CofC students who have found a pathway to their career goals and aspirations through the general studies program.
Charleston businessman Ben Navarro, founder and CEO of Sherman Financial Group, and his wife Kelly, announced on Monday, March 15, a significant gift through the Beemok Family Foundation that will enhance the College of Charleston’s reputation as a leading educator of teachers.
The Women’s Health Research Team focused their annual Student Health Survey and subsequent BeWell campaign on behaviors that help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The Charleston County School District and the College of Charleston are joining in a new partnership that will create a high school Scholars Academy program for students beginning in August 2021.
Special education major Emily Turner is the first recipient of the Elizabeth R. Reid Endowed Memorial School of Education, Health, and Human Performance Scholarship, which honors the life of alumna Elizabeth Reid.