Faculty Embrace Open Educational Resources for Equity, Savings

Check out how the College is transitioning to Open Educational Resources and saving students money in the bookstore!

Faculty Embrace Open Educational Resources for Equity, Savings

CofC to Host 4th Annual German-American Business Summit

Check out this exciting article in The College TODAY about the 4th Annual German-American Business Summit!

CofC to Host 4th Annual German-American Business Summit

New Exchange Program with American University in Cairo!

The American University in Cairo and the College of Charleston have recently partnered on a new academic cooperation and student exchange program for both undergraduate and graduate students for a period of five years.

Students from AUC and CofC will receive a scholarship to spend a semester or year abroad at the other institution, providing students with a unique international experience and strengthening East-West cultural ties.

AUC Trustee Jonathan Wolf (YAB ’75), founder and president of Wendover Housing Partners, LLC who was a study-abroad student at AUC, and his wife Nancy were instrumental in making this program a reality. They will provide funds for AUC students to spend a semester or year abroad at CofC, while Hilton and Catherine Smith, who serve on the College of Charleston’s School of Languages, Cultures and World Affairs advisory board, will fund CofC students to study at AUC.

CofC Launches Exchange Program with American University in Cairo

Also check out the article by The American University in Cairo on the signing!

 

 

 

 

Professors Hanahan and Hetrovicz Earn Campus-Wide Awards

Professor Devon Hanahan, Senior Instructor of Hispanic Studies, and Professor Lauren Hetrovicz, Adjunct Lecturer of Hispanic Studies, were recipients of the campus-wide Distinguished Service Award and Distinguished Adjunct Faculty Award respectively at the College of Charleston’s “Celebration of Faculty” ceremony on Wednesday, April 24.

College of Charleston Celebrates Faculty

For additional pictures and the related details, click here for The College Today article.