Interim Deans Godfrey Gibbison, Gibbs Knotts, Elizabeth Meyer-Bernstein and Sebastian van Delden have each been given two-year appointments to lead their respective schools.
From Folklore of the African Disapora to Nanotechnology in Medicine to From Russia With Code: Cybersecurity and Russian, CofC's roster of classes this fall is impressively broad in scope and innovation.
Bernard Powers will speak to members of the Class of 2020 at two of the College of Charleston's commencement ceremonies on Oct. 10, 2020.
Students at the College of Charleston will benefit from a recent grant from the National Institutes of Health that will deliver $100,000 a year for the next five years to support biomedical research.
The Cougar Campaign 2020 voter education program is designed to motivate student interest and spark student action in the upcoming election season. The first event, which takes place Wednesday, Sept. 23, features civil rights expert and MSNBC commentator Alaina Beverly.
Undeterred by the cancellation of their summer internships due to the coronavirus pandemic, these three CofC siblings created their own opportunities with their face mask business, Mino Charleston.
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment, Associate Professor of history Sandy Slater looks back at the women's suffrage movement and where it has brought us today.
The College's new medical humanities minor seeks to bridge the divide between medicine and the human element of health care.
Three Honors College students at the College of Charleston established a weekly discussion series focused on racial inequality.
As the vice president of SE10, a global public relations firm, Damian Joseph '05 relies on the skills he learned as a history major at the College: making human connections through words and images that tell a story.