The College of Charleston recently celebrated the 25th anniversary of the South Carolina Alliance for Minority Participation (SCAMP) program.
For the third year in a row, the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation is funding the College's Elementary Engineers and Charleston STEM Festival programs.
The $10,000 grant from the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation will help fund the Elementary Engineers program and the Charleston STEM Festival.
SCAMP students Sondrica Goines and Wendell Roberson recently won first place honors for presentations of their science research.
Over 200 middle school students will present their technology-based fitness games at the College's TD Arena on Dec. 14, 2016.
The Cougar sailing program and the School of Sciences and Mathematics hosted a STEM Camp with students from Creekside Middle School in Marion County, S.C.
Graduate education student Nicola Hodges Galligan's international teaching experience and research into girls' aptitude for math and science helped win her a scholarship from the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association.
Two camps dedicated to inspiring interest in math, science and arts fields in young students took place at the College of Charleston this summer.
College of Charleston professor Olivia Thompson is making important inroads in South Carolina's public health by way of the Farm to School initiative.
Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy, Chris Fragile, worked with two undergraduate students to create an educational app about black holes for the iPad, called “Journey to a Black Hole.”