With a curriculum focused on electrical autonomous vehicle design, CofC's new electrical engineering major is built to encourage creativity in its students, who will be ready to develop the next generation of cars.
With one volcano erupting in the Atlantic and another in the Pacific, Associate Professor of Geology Cassandra Runyon clears the smoke about all this volcanic activity and shares insight into the fiery spectacle.
Through a nearly $400,000 NASA-funded grant, geology professor John Chadwick, along with researchers from other institutions, will study volcanoes on Mars to determine their history and the impact they had on the environment.
Deanna Caveny, associate provost for faculty affairs, and Lauren Hernandez-Rubio, adjunct biology faculty, find common ground through the aerial arts.
A series of philanthropic gifts from individual donors and corporations has helped set up the College's new engineering program for growth and success.
The College of Charleston Emergency Medical Services team gives student-volunteers real world experience as emergency medical technicians.
Four new programs of study will launch this fall, including majors in electrical engineering and environmental geosciences.
Systems engineering major Carter Blanton has spent his summer working at touchscreen monitor company Goldfinger, doing everything from testing logic boxes to building motherboards.
Students participating in the College's Research Experiences for Undergraduates program shared their research with children ages 5-12 during a recent event.
Every summer, the College of Charleston welcomes high school students for a chance to explore the CofC experience in a unique, immersive way through the Honors College Summer Institute.