More than 300 students at the College of Charleston are graduating in December 2020, an achievement made through hard work, perseverance and dedication.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, faculty teaching First Year Experience courses at the College of Charleston found ways to continue offering students learning opportunities outside of the classroom.
The fall 2020 semester has been one unlike any other in the College of Charleston's 250-year history. But out of the hard times often comes innovation, and that has certainly been the case at CofC, where faculty have expanded the horizons of learning through teaching in a hybrid (online/in-person instruction) format.
Impact entrepreneurship – making a profit while making a difference – is a growing trend among students at the College of Charleston.
The Winter 2021 issue of 'College of Charleston Magazine' is just arriving throughout campus, in homes across the country and around the globe.
As a landslide mitigation expert with the United Nations, Marina Drazba '05 helps implement preventative measures to save the lives of the some of the world's poorest, most vulnerable people.
As an ichthyologist, Rodney Rountree '87 (M.S.) has unveiled the myriad of sounds in freshwater and marine ecosystems by identifying thousands of burps, coughs and, yes, even farts of fish that may play a vital role in their survival.
The College launched its new Systems Engineering Program this fall semester with a new instructor who has big plans.
With input from high-tech companies in the area helping guide its curriculum, the new engineering major will help fill the growing need for talent.
In a recently published paper, biology professor Heather Spalding identifies killer alga that is posing a major threat to ocean ecology.