Molecular biology student Vernon Kennedy Jr. has been named a Goldwater Scholar, one of the nation’s highest honors for undergraduates studying science, technology, engineering or mathematics.
For some inquisitive students at the College of Charleston, summer is a time to dig into their studies through research projects with faculty mentors.
Assistant Professor of Psychology Jennifer Wilhelm has been awarded a $432,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to study how peripheral nerves regenerate.
Some of the College's top 2016 graduates will be heading to London, Germany, Ireland and South America to teach, pursue advanced degrees and perform research.
College biology professor Matt Rutter heads a collaborative program that allows undergraduate students to gain invaluable scientific experience.
CofC students conduct hands-on research exploring topics such as the effects of mental illness on creativity, self-control behaviors of two-year-olds, and access to healthcare in rural areas.
More than 50 students were awarded grants to take on research projects representing many schools and departments for the 2014-15 academic year.
From quantifying humility to cancer research, check out 8 of the 37 summer research projects taking place at the College of Charleston.