The School of Education, Health and Human Performance is co-sponsoring a Charleston County School Board Candidate Forum on Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018.
One senior at the College of Charleston has committed himself to helping other students, and the benefits are coming back tenfold.
A study headed by public health professor Leslie Hart shows bottlenose dolphins in Florida are exposed to man-made chemical additives in consumer products.
Whether you're looking for summer activities for your kids or a little breather for yourself, the College of Charleston is offering summer camps for everyone!
Exercise Science professor William Barfield may be leaving his full-time post at the College, but thanks to a new scholarship in his honor his legacy will continue for years to come.
In the first of three Spring Commencement ceremonies, more than 600 degree candidates crossed the Cistern Friday.
Allison Dargis, an early childhood education major who is graduating this weekend, spent part of her senior year teaching children about science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) through the study of butterflies.
A historical marker will be erected Thursday, May 3, 2018, at 105 Wentworth Street in honor of civil rights activist Septima Clark.
An exercise science professor and a physics professor from the College of Charleston have joined forces to explore the potential benefits of laser therapies.
The Department of Teacher Education is focused on supporting education majors while addressing recruitment issues amid a national teacher shortage.