Forced migration is not necessarily a topic your average college student would be drawn to, but Lea Neufeld is no ...
Have a conversation with Alex Adams, and you’ll come away impressed – and likely inspired. This rising junior from Chicago ...
Honors College faculty fellow and associate professor of public health Brian Bossak recently received a Fulbright Scholar Award and will ...
When you know, you just know. That indescribable-yet-visceral notion of certainty is familiar for sophomore Chase Austin. He’s experienced it ...
Forced migration is not necessarily a topic your average college student would be drawn to, but Lea Neufeld is no ordinary college student. The rising senior is a triple major (political science, international studies and French) who was born in Mannheim, Germany. She was 3 when her family immigrated to Greenville, South Carolina, where her […]
Have a conversation with Alex Adams, and you’ll come away impressed – and likely inspired. This rising junior from Chicago has long been motivated by assisting others, particularly those in need. It’s a trait that not only defines her; it guides much of what she does. Recently, that moral compass prompted Adams to examine the […]
The Honors College is listed as one of several reasons why the College of Charleston was recognized in the most recent edition of the annual Fiske Guide to Colleges. Read on to learn more, and check out the full article by Mike Robertson in the College Today. The College of Charleston has once again […]
Honors College faculty fellow and associate professor of public health Brian Bossak recently received a Fulbright Scholar Award and will spend the next year learning and lecturing at the University of Bologna as part of Fulbright’s international educational exchange program. Learn more about Dr. Bossak’s research below, and then check out Alicia Lutz’s complete article […]
When you know, you just know. That indescribable-yet-visceral notion of certainty is familiar for sophomore Chase Austin. He’s experienced it several times in his young life. Among the first was when he toured the College’s campus as an eighth grader. Something clicked, and he knew right away that this was where he’d go to college. […]
Each summer, students at the College of Charleston gain hands-on experience through Summer Undergraduate Research with Faculty (SURF) grants, which pair students with faculty mentors to pursue impactful research projects. This year, a committee of faculty members representing each of the College’s eight schools reviewed 58 applications. A total of 23 projects were each awarded a […]
Experiential learning is an integral part of the Honors College experience, and for many Honors students, the summer is the ideal time to gain invaluable, hands-on experience in their chosen field. Several Honors College students were recently featured in The College Today for their summer internship undertakings. You can read more about their summer internships […]
By Michael Smallwood, Charleston City Paper “I think the principle that ‘the show must go on’ is a really important one that people cleave to,” said Anne Clarke, founder of Landmark Productions. After two years of that adage being proven wrong because of the effect of Covid-19 on the performing arts, this year’s Spoleto Festival […]
In celebration of the Honors College Class of 2022, we’ve collected a sampling of stories, headlines, and highlights from the past four years featuring graduating Honors students. You can also learn more about the 2022 Honors College graduates, meet our 2022 Honors College Distinguished Alumni Award winner, and re-live the 2022 Honors Ceremony through photos. […]
From the moment Ren Dryzer set foot in the School of the Arts as a senior in high school in 2017, Dryzer was drawn to the Arts Management Program. Originally from Tennessee, Dryzer has been entranced by the power of the arts since early childhood, and wanted to find a college degree to intertwine that […]