Two camps dedicated to inspiring interest in math, science and arts fields in young students took place at the College of Charleston this summer.
Some of Charleston's top business and technology minds are mentoring students in the College of Charleston's innovative ICAT program.
Spring 2015 marks the first class of the ICAT program - a campus tech accelerator that will help students launch 300 businesses in 10 years.
The College of Charleston's JSU/Hillel is one of six schools participating in an Israeli Ambassadors Program connecting U.S. and Israeli college students.
College of Charleston computer science students are joining designers and entrepreneurs to launch the next big product – in one weekend.
Education professor Margaret Hagood says future teachers in her classes have to know how to move seamlessly between print and digital texts. Sets of class iPads are helping students to learn.
Nine Charleston tech companies are on Inc. Magazine’s 2014 list of 5000 Fastest Growing Companies in America. College of Charleston graduates work at eight of those companies.
Think you have what it takes to become the next tech billionaire? College of Charleston alumna Laura Willoughby '98, who directs a tech incubator in Maryland, offers advice for wannabe tech entrepreneurs.
Archaeology professor James Newhard took a break from his current site in Athens, Greece to talk with Forbes Magazine about the futuristic technology he uses to study the past.
Professor James Newhard studies the past with some of the most futuristic technology available.