Just inside the front door of the Mace Brown Museum of Natural History on the College of Charleston campus is ...
Take a study break and get to know senior Honors College student and exercise science major Jenny Sella. For the ...
One thing’s for sure: Laurie Fogleman knows how to make the most of her time. Since coming to the College ...
Since her freshman year, Caty Greer has been pitching possible solutions to the world’s greatest social, economic and environmental issues from the ...
Just inside the front door of the Mace Brown Museum of Natural History on the College of Charleston campus is a big glass and wood donation box. Perched on a block inside, amid a few dozen one-, two- and five-dollar bills, is a plaster cast of a cave bear skull with a sign that says […]
Take a study break and get to know senior Honors College student and exercise science major Jenny Sella. For the past four years, Jenny has been exploring science with a sense of creativity and humor. She’s learned plenty, from leadership skills on the soccer field to the health benefits of riding electronic bikes. Want to […]
Exercise science major Lilli Butterfield – a soon-to-be graduate of the Honors College – has thoroughly enjoyed her time at the College. She was so earnest about her work as an undergraduate here that she managed to finish in just 3 1/2 years. A native of North Carolina, Butterfield has known for a long time […]
One thing’s for sure: Laurie Fogleman knows how to make the most of her time. Since coming to the College of Charleston, the senior student-athlete has been mapping out everything from classes to meals by the hour for the entire week. “My College of Charleston experience has been amazing,” says the Honors College communication major, […]
Since her freshman year, Caty Greer has been pitching possible solutions to the world’s greatest social, economic and environmental issues from the second she stepped onto the College of Charleston campus. And last month, Greer’s passion and persistence paid off when she won the College of Charleston Center for Entrepreneurship’s Annual Gender Equity Pitch Competition, which tasks participants with […]
This past Wednesday (11/10), several Honors Entrepreneurship Living Learning Community (E-LLC) students submitted pitches to the Annual SC Innovates Pitch Competition. The SC Innovates Pitch Competition is a state-wide event where teams of 1 to 4 students submit pitches attempting to solve a wide variety of societal, environmental, and economic issues. Of the 60 teams […]
Honors College freshmen Julia Kempton was featured in a recent Post & Courier article about the city’s tidal flooding. Julia and the rest of her classmates in Geology Professor Vijay Vulava‘s Honors Geology I course have been studying the impact that increased tidal flooding has on the downtown peninsula, and exploring possible solutions to one […]
Take a study break and get to know junior Honors College International student Alex Katsikaris. Alex was recently interviewed as part of the College Today’s “study break” series. What aspect of CofC do you think reminds Alex the most of his home in Greece? A.) The environment, B.) The kind faces, C.) The endless amounts […]
The College of Charleston Alumni Association will honor six distinguished alumni at the Alumni Awards Gala on Saturday, Nov. 20, 2021, as part of the College’s 2021 Fall Alumni Weekend. Among the six recipients are Honors College alumni Melissa J. Siegel ’03, Michael S. Shemtov ’00, and Aaron M. Blackshaw ’12. Siegel will be recognized […]
Several CofC Honors Students have been recently spotlighted by the College of Charleston Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities Team. The Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (URCA) Program at College of Charleston supports student research and creative activities by providing competitive grants to fund summer project costs and stipends, academic year project costs, and travel to […]