A Triceratops and "Scotty" the Tyrannosaurus, as well as a new online tour, are the latest additions to the Mace Brown Museum of Natural History.
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.
Grice Marine Lab's newly acquired 2012 F-250 led a very different life before becoming a resource for marine science research.
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.
This is the true tale of how a Central Stores and Warehouse crew helped guide two dinosaurs to their new home at the Mace Brown Museum of Natural History.
The College is working with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to combat an infestation of Asian Longhorned Beetles at CofC's property Stono Preserve in Hollywood, South Carolina.
Astrophysics professor Chris Fragile has been awarded the South Carolina Governor’s Award for Excellence in Scientific Research at a Primarily Undergraduate Institution. The Governor's Awards for Excellence in Science are among the highest science honors in South Carolina.
The College of Charleston is adding four new academic programs this semester, including a minor in geoinformatics and an undergraduate certificate in cultural sustainability.
In the fall of 2019, six College of Charleston students got a real hands-on lesson in the art and science of brewing beer. And now Charleston beer lovers will get to taste the results from two of those students whose brew rose to the top.
To gather video for a summer online fieldwork class, Assistant Professor of geology Scott Persons unearthed a Triceratops skull and tyrannosaur footprints near Casper, Wyoming.