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.
Geology Professor Norman S. Levine, who studies natural phenomena like sinkholes and earthquakes, explains what caused a sinkhole near campus.
From a fossil dig at a Summerville construction site, geology instructor Bobby Boessenecker and recent graduate Addison Miller '20 discovered a 25 million-year-old nursery for baby megasharks.
With dozens of students, faculty and alumni on its employee and volunteer roster over its 30 years, the Avian Conservation Center in Awendaw, South Carolina, is as much a Cougar refuge as it is a sanctuary for birds of prey.
Driven by a desire to make the world a better place, Oliver Fetzer '85 is using his biotechnology and business expertise to help drastically reduce carbon emissions.
As one of the first meteorology graduates from the College, Mikel Hannah-Harding ’19 is living the dream as a weatherman.
Biology alumnus Will Freund '17 is sail-kayaking from Miami to Norfolk, Virginia, to find out from residents along the way how their coastal environment has changed in recent years.
The recent discovery of an 1852 slave badge on the College of Charleston campus has offered a profound opportunity to recognize the contributions of the enslaved people who were an integral part of the development of the institution.
Astronomy professor Joe Carson and his business Pensievision were awarded a $400,000 National Institutes of Health grant to test the medical imaging instrument he created with the help of CofC students and alumni.
This year's Summer Undergraduate Research with Faculty (SURF) grant projects span a variety of academic interests, from exploring a potential new treatment for spinal cord injuries to environmentally friendly water purification techniques to the integration of video projections into lighting design.