Valerie Frazier ’91 (M.P.A ’94) created the 1967 Legacy Program to support African American students in a multitude of ways.
Looking to make a difference when she arrived at the College, Alex Adams has started a chapter of a national charity that distributes necessities to those experiencing homelessness.
As an intern with the Johannesburg Holocaust and Genocide Centre, triple major Lea Neufeld is learning more about the horrors of forced migration than she ever could from a book.
The Department of Hispanic Studies offers a variety of scholarships for students to study abroad and grow their language skills, including the Hispanic Studies Advisory Board Trujillo Study Abroad Scholarship awarded to a student each spring.
With support through the International Scholars Program and the Global Ambassadors Program, international studies major Jack Watson is well on his way to building a career in the international arena.
German and international business double major Harrison Todd will kick his career into full gear after graduation with a job at BMW in Greenville, South Carolina.
The German American Business Summit and the Spring Career and Internship Fair offered students a variety of opportunities to take the next steps in their careers.
Max Kovalov, director of the John Edwin Mroz Global Leadership Institute and an international studies professor, is closely watching the war in Ukraine not only because of his scholarly pursuits, but also because it's his homeland.
Speakers discussed global challenges, including Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and the direction of leadership and diplomacy at the John Edwin Mroz Global Leadership Institute's Inaugural Convening last month.
The sixth annual German-American Business Summit, to be held in person on March 29, allows German companies in the Southeast to establish stronger ties with undergraduates at the College of Charleston – providing enormous opportunities for both the businesses and the future workforce.