WHAT’S NEXT FOR… VERNON KENNEDY JR., CLASS OF 2021? Much to his surprise, senior honors student and molecular biology major ...
In honor of Women’s History Month, which runs from March 1-30, The College Today recently highlighted 15 women who have ...
Take a study break and get to know junior Honors College student and Charleston Fellow Jack Oistad. Jack was recently ...
South Carolina attorney Derrick Williams ’99 has always been a natural leader. During his years at the College of Charleston, ...
Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library Ok maybe this one is a given, but you would be surprised how many nooks and crannies the library has if you really go looking for them! Sometimes the endless stir of people around can give you just enough energy to power through. Plus the library has 20 group study […]
WHAT’S NEXT FOR… VERNON KENNEDY JR., CLASS OF 2021? Much to his surprise, senior honors student and molecular biology major Vernon Kennedy Jr. unexpectedly fell in love with research when he arrived at the College of Charleston. And his research, in turn, has propelled him to amazing new heights. His affinity for research was first […]
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to reshape our world, more consumers have begun shopping online in greater numbers and frequency. A recent report showed United States customers bought over $183 billion in goods – all online – from March 2020 to February 2021. Although more and more people are buying products online, local merchants are […]
In honor of Women’s History Month, which runs from March 1-30, The College Today recently highlighted 15 women who have helped shape the past, present and future at CofC and beyond. Among the list you’ll find several current Honors College students and an honors alumna, situated right alongside the College’s first female graduate, the first […]
Take a study break and get to know junior Honors College student and Charleston Fellow Jack Oistad. Jack was recently interviewed as part of the College Today’s “study break” series. Did you know Jack helped found the local chapter of the Phi Chi Theta Business Fraternity? Or that he was the first CofC exchange student […]
South Carolina attorney Derrick Williams ’99 has always been a natural leader. During his years at the College of Charleston, his focus, drive and determination led him to excel both in the classroom, where he earned academic scholarships and was a member of what was then the Honors Program, and on the running track as […]
Take a study break and get to know senior Honors College student and Charleston Fellow Mariana Glenn-Toland. Mariana was recently interviewed as part of the College Today’s “study break” series. Can you guess what her favorite place on campus is? (Hint: it’s in the Honors Center!) How about her favorite class at CofC? (It was […]
Major changes are underway with the Honors College’s merit scholarship group, now known as the Charleston Fellows Program. The program, formerly known as the Aiken Fellow Society, has a new name aimed at disassociating the group from the legacy of its original namesake. It also, as of this past spring, has a new strategic plan designed to chart the program’s evolution over the coming years. […]
CofC Honors junior Lauren Ollis has joined Knowledge Capital Group (KCG), a healthcare-oriented management consulting firm, as an undergraduate intern. An International Business and Marketing double-major with a minor in Italian Studies, Lauren enters this internship with multiple study abroad experiences and leadership positions on campus at the College of Charleston. Some of these experiences […]
This semester has been anything but business as usual in the classroom. Faculty and students alike have been forced to make significant adjustments. Small, close-knit classes with vibrant discussion are an integral part of the Honors experience. Unfortunately, this means the typical Honors classroom isn’t exactly conducive for social distancing. But in typical Honors fashion, […]
Some students qualify for need-based scholarships, others for merit-based scholarships. Not many receive financial aid because they are committed to social and political activism, and because they are proven young leaders with a track record of creative innovation. Leave it to local philanthropist and social justice advocate Linda Ketner to establish a program at the […]