Honors College Scholarship Memorializes Graduate

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 […]

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Honors College Students Explore Math Concepts Through an Artistic Lens

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. […]

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6 CofC Honors Students, Grads Selected for Prestigious Scholarships

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 […]

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Honors Alums Offer Advice to Students on how to Transition to the Workforce

The transition from college to the workforce can be intimidating, especially with the changes of the past year. From virtual classes to virtual interviews, the post-college transition phase is going to look different for the foreseeable future. We recently spoke with six Honors College alumni who have successfully transitioned into adulthood and they share their […]

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Accounting Graduate Finds Formula for Success

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 […]

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Graduating Senior’s Wild Ride to Continue Across the Pond

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 […]

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Honors Faculty Member Marjory Wentworth talks about Why Poetry Matters

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 […]

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