Each summer, students at the College study aquatic turtle species firsthand and learn about the need for conserving these species in the course Aquatic Turtle Conservation and Biology.
Four faculty members from the Department of Geology and Environmental Geosciences shared their expertise regarding Charleston's chronic flooding in a series of meetings called the Dutch Dialogues.
College of Charleston astrophysicist Jon Hakkila says blasts created by gamma-ray bursts may actually exceed the speed of light in surrounding gas clouds.
A new project through the College's Lowcountry Hazards Center aims to engage students from all academic disciplines to help stem the tide of flooding in Charleston.
CofC researchers are studying how naproxen discharged into waterways may be impacting toads and other amphibians.
The College of Charleston is launching several new academic programs for the 2019–20 school year, including a new bachelor of science degree in systems engineering.
Over 2,000 new students will start at the College this August. They come from across the U.S. and around the world. Here are a few.
One recent CofC graduate's internship in Western Colorado has enabled her to apply classroom lessons to hands-on work as she moves ahead in forging her career path.
Three marine biology majors spent the summer in Panama researching sponges on Caribbean reefs.
The "Conservation Connection" podcast visited CofC's Grice Marine Lab this summer to talk to students in the Fort Johnson Summer Undergraduate Research Program about their research projects.