How did you spend your summer? If you’re a CofC honors student, chances are you spent the past few months ...
Education is a diverse field that serves students from all cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. So, it makes sense that finding ...
When Kirsten Snyder saw the Pipeline for Aspiring Surgical Scientists (PASS) internship listed on the Honors College Hub, she knew it was ...
The summer is the perfect time to expand your horizons and learn something new, and some high school students recently ...
How did you spend your summer? If you’re a CofC honors student, chances are you spent the past few months doing something remarkable. “Summer is such an important time for students,” says Dr. Beth Meyer-Bernstein, Dean of the Honors College. “That’s when they’re able to move beyond the concepts they’ve been exploring in the classroom […]
Just over 3,000 new faces (2,440 freshman and 620 transfers) are on campus getting their start at the College of Charleston this semester. These students come from 42 different U.S. states and 14 different foreign countries. Among them are five sets of twins, numerous high school valedictorians and plenty of ambitious people bent on making […]
Education is a diverse field that serves students from all cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. So, it makes sense that finding ways to attract a more diverse pool of teachers to the field of education in the Palmetto State and beyond is critical to supporting students and ensuring equitable methods of learning. That’s why Tracey Hunter-Doniger, […]
When Kirsten Snyder saw the Pipeline for Aspiring Surgical Scientists (PASS) internship listed on the Honors College Hub, she knew it was the perfect opportunity for her. Offering an immersive 10-week laboratory and clinical research experience under the mentorship of Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) College of Medicine’s Department of Surgery faculty, the PASS program was […]
The summer is the perfect time to expand your horizons and learn something new, and some high school students recently got a chance to explore the College of Charleston experience in a unique, immersive way through the Honors College Summer Institute. Featuring weeklong courses taught by CofC faculty, the Honors College Summer Institute not only […]
As a university in a town referred to as the Holy City, it’s not surprising that six of the first seven presidents of the College of Charleston were ordained clergy. Although the College claimed to be a secular institution from the time of the second charter in 1791, giving the impression that religion was not […]
Ask anyone who knew Chad V. Adams ’18, and you’ll be met with enthusiasm. He was a true friend, solid student and passionate fisherman. He loved the Lowcountry and was known to snap his fishing rod into the ski rack on top of his Mini Cooper and go catch, and then release, redfish. An active member of the […]
Most Honors College classes are designed to be interdisciplinary, with wide-ranging ideas and concepts mingling together in the classroom. This type of educational approach can at times make for some unexpected assignments. For instance, a math class probably isn’t the first place you’d expect to find a treasure trove of student artwork. But for Dr. […]
During the 2020-21 academic year, College of Charleston students have been applying for and winning competitive scholarship awards in impressive numbers despite the many challenges and disruptions created by the pandemic. For the first time in CofC history, three students are the recipients of the Critical Language Scholarship Program (CLS), an intensive overseas language and […]
Working side by side with faculty members to conduct year-long research in your chosen field is one of the most formative parts of the Honors College experience. Each year, seniors in the Charleston Fellow Program have the opportunity to share that experience with the campus community when they publicly present on the research they have […]