Assistant professor of exercise science Wes Dudgeon explains why a new obesity study identifies America as the fattest country in the world.
Margaret Hagood, an associate professor in the Department of Teacher Education, says kids can keep their minds sharp while still enjoying summer break.
A recent obesity report says one-third of the population is obese. Public health professor Matt Page agrees that it the biggest issue in the U.S. right now, but he says another issue should be on your radar.
A recent study shows one-third of the population is obese. That is one of the many global issues students can tackle with a degree in public health.
From quantifying humility to cancer research, check out 8 of the 37 summer research projects taking place at the College of Charleston.
This time-lapse video of the College's 2014 Spring Commencement makes the whole production look easy. But as those behind the scenes will tell you, it is a colossal undertaking that involves hundreds of people and months of planning.
The 2014 Teacher of the Year, Jaime Cunningham ’08, earned her degree in special education. She is not only committed to her students, but also to helping future teachers in the School of Education, Health, and Human Performance.
Former College of College of Charleston President Leo I. Higdon is passionate about leadership. So passionate that he retired and stepped right into a classroom to teach the next generation. Here are takeaways from his course.
Do high sodium beverages increase re-hydration after exercise? How does a mouthpiece affect sport performance? College of Charleston health and human performance students answer these questions and more.
This weekend, tens of thousands of people will participate in the 37th Annual Cooper River Bridge Run. Read on to learn why two College of Charleston professors are integral to the success of one of the nation's largest 10K races.