The Honors College is teaming up with the MUSC College of Medicine’s Department of Surgery to create a formative new ...
On warm, sunny days you can find College of Charleston sophomore Olivia Yalden stretched out on Rivers Green studying for ...
WHAT’S NEXT FOR…ALLYSON LESHER, CLASS OF 2020 (B.S.) and 2021 (M.S.) The past five years have been extremely busy for ...
From a pool of more than 5,000, three College of Charleston students came out on top to receive the Goldwater ...
The Honors College is teaming up with the MUSC College of Medicine’s Department of Surgery to create a formative new summer internship opportunity for honors students considering careers in surgery and/or academic medicine. The PASS (Pipeline for Aspiring Surgical Students) summer internship program will provide 3 honors interns with an immersive 10-week experience focused on […]
It’s not often that you meet a 22-year-old who is passionate about accounting, but College of Charleston senior Emily Wiesler really lights up when she starts talking numbers and data. “It’s really difficult to say you’re excited about accounting and people take you seriously,” she laughs. When Wiesler first started at CofC, she enrolled in […]
WHAT’S NEXT FOR…ALLYSON PACE, CLASS OF 2021 It’s safe to say that Allyson Pace has always had a passion for animals. The Charlotte, North Carolina native has been riding horses ever since she was little, and in high school she even worked at an equestrian center assisting instructors and helping with barn tasks. So when […]
On warm, sunny days you can find College of Charleston sophomore Olivia Yalden stretched out on Rivers Green studying for a class or hanging out with friends in the Cistern Yard, taking shade under the oaks. As a public health major in the Honors College, Yalden stays busy with classes as well as all of […]
Marjory Wentworth’s students at the College of Charleston describe her as “one of a kind.” Her laughter and energy are infectious, and even though she doesn’t require attendance, her classes are always full. Wentworth has been teaching courses in writing, poetry, social justice and banned books for the Department of English and the Honors College […]
WHAT’S NEXT FOR…ALLYSON LESHER, CLASS OF 2020 (B.S.) and 2021 (M.S.) The past five years have been extremely busy for Allyson Lesher. And she wouldn’t change a single minute of it. Since matriculating at the College, Allyson’s time has been occupied by, among other things, membership in the Honors College’s E-LLC (Entrepreneurship Living Learning Community), […]
From a pool of more than 5,000, three College of Charleston students came out on top to receive the Goldwater Scholarship — one of the highest honors for undergraduates studying science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM). Awarded in partnership with the Department of Defense National Defense Education Programs (NDEP), the Goldwater Scholarship aims to foster […]
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 […]