Meet Anthony James, director of Minority Education and Outreach and the Call Me MISTER program.
A new accelerated master's program for educators will be offered at the University of Charleston, South Carolina, beginning this summer.
Think you're not a "math person"? In his new book, 'Transdisciplinarity in Mathematics Education,' professor Nenad Radakovic might just prove you wrong.
Professor Rénard Harris oversees the College’s Office of Institutional Diversity and is an associate professor in the Department of Teacher Education, where he has taught since 2005.
A look at some of the courses offered this semester as part of the First Year Experience Program.
Record numbers of College of Charleston alumni have joined the Teach For America corps this year.
Presented by the Office of Institutional Diversity, this peer-to-peer workshop on Nov. 28, 2016, will explore how faculty members can reflect upon the personal identities that they bring to the classroom in an effort to better facilitate student dialogue and foster an inclusive community.
The Representative Floyd Breeland Scholarship will be awarded annually to a minority male student in the College's teacher education program.
K4Kids, a non-profit founded by CofC junior Kathryn Templeton, has donated more than 125,000 school supplies over the past five years.
CofC professors Quinn Burke and Jim Bowring have been awarded a federal grant to study coding bootcamps and their impact on the tech sector.