Wendell Roberston '18 is among the students to benefit from the Horatio Hughes Memorial Scholarship, named in honor of alumnus and professor Horatio Hughes, Class of 1905, who taught at CofC from 1923 to 1950.
Over two dozen students at the College of Charleston have received funding to conduct research this summer on a broad range of topics.
The 2019 hurricane season is upon us, and it's time to prepare. Two CofC meteorology professors discuss what we can expect this season.
Two biochemistry majors have received prestigious Goldwater Scholarships, one of the nation's highest honors for undergraduates studying science, technology, engineering or mathematics.
A CofC researcher is part of a team looking at the evolutionary origins of the whistles and squeaks that dolphins and porpoises make.
Commencement speaker and CofC alumna Ebony Jade Hilton-Buchholz ’04, associate professor of anesthesiology at the University of Virginia, addressed more than 700 graduates at the Saturday afternoon ceremony.
Geology major Emanuel 'Manny' Byas will make a career of mapping the ocean floor after graduation when he starts his new job working for an international geosciences company.
Scott Ward '85 is paying forward the dividends of his career spent working in finance with the Scott Ward Award for Excellence in Mathematical Studies.
Oceanography students get the opportunity to work on board a research vessel to gain hands-on experience in marine science research thanks to the Grice Marine Lab.
As a NASA physicist, Barry Coyle '86 helped design a laser aboard the International Space Station that’s measuring the carbon load of trees to help combat climate change.