Honors Students Score High in Statewide Pitch Competition

Pitch competitions can be nerve-racking, especially when you’re pitching to an audience of over 200 people with judges watching intently and cash prizes on the line. That’s part of why it’s so impressive that five student teams from the College of Charleston made it to the semi-final round of SC Innovates 2022 – a statewide […]

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Meet Mary Moser, the Essential Backbeat of the Honors Community

Article by Jack Bartlett All Honors Students are familiar with the feeling of walking through the doors of the Honors Center at 10 Green Way, and being greeted by the sweet smiling face behind the desk. It is no secret, then, that Mary Moser is a cornerstone of the CofC Honors community.  Outside of planning […]

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Honors Student Mentor, ImpactX Alum Wins Big at Department of Energy Internship

Summer internships are an excellent opportunity for students to connect classroom lessons to the real world. Just ask Troy Brennan. This summer, Brennan – a computer science information systems major and entrepreneurship minor –participated in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Technology Transitions’ (OTT) Entrepreneurship Program. During the 10-weeklong internship, he worked on a commercialization […]

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Honors student-athlete excels on the court and in the classroom

Honors College senior and exercise science major Kyra Thompson has spent plenty of time at the beach in her four years at the College of Charleston. But not in the way that most students do. Thompson is a member of the College’s NCAA beach volleyball program. Last spring, both Thompson and the program reached new […]

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Biology Professor, Honors Student Investigate Big Impact of Tiny Mud Snail

Go to a mudflat in the Lowcountry during low tide, and you’ll see eastern mud snails plodding along on the surface. About the size of the end of a thumb, these snails have a disproportionate influence on their community. “The eastern mud snail dramatically affects other species,” says Craig Plante, professor of biology. “I wanted to study […]

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