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Meet a College of Charleston Honors College student, Zachary Kronsberg! His fascination in politics started at an early age and he highlights how he spent his time at College of Charleston and what his future holds post graduation!
Lauren Dryzer, is an Honors Student, Charleston Fellow, and Arts Management major with a minor in Political Science.

They were selected for this award because of their numerous academic accomplishments. Lauren completed internships with Charleston Music Hall, City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs, J. Rhodes Interior Design-Charleston Interior Design, Gaillard Center, the Rivers Performance Hall Foundation, and Arts in Basic Curriculum Project.

Because of their activism, they were selected to serve on the College of Charleston - School of the Arts Dean’s Advisory Council and ARTM Student Advisory Board. As a College of Charleston Honors College student, Lauren completed an Honor’s Bachelor's Essay entitled, “The ABC Model: A Case Study of State-Funded Partnerships in Arts Education Implementation.” They presented this research at the inaugural college-wide research exposition in Spring 2022.

After graduation, they plan to work in arts development or education and later pursue graduate work in public administration and public affairs.
1st Annual Honors College Field Day - A Class Competition Event!

Breakfast treats will be available at 8:30am and the games will begin at 9am on Reading Day (location is still being confirmed).
Come out, take a break, have some fun and compete for your class before finals begin. Seniors will wear gold/yellow shirts, juniors – black shirts, sophomores – maroon shirts and freshman will wear white shirts.

Sign up using the link below to attend and help vote for which events will be held. We are also wanting to hear your vote for your favorite faculty/staff to serve as the Master Scorekeeper (space provided on sign up form).

May the best class win!
Hi there students of the Honors College! My name is Karen and I am the Director of Employer Relations here in the Career Center! It is my job to bring employers to you to assist you in securing internships and employment upon graduation! Hop on over to our LinkedIn page to learn more about how our alumni, employers, and other students are working together to network and create lasting relationships!
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This semester, our team hosted senior intern, Dylan, who is an aspiring future Dentist!
We worked closely with Mrs. Katie Ferguson, MAHS Career Development Coordinator, and we created an internship experience unique to our ‘Dentistry with Heart’ dental practice.

Dylan was able to learn from the variety of services offered by the Dentists we have at our office (and learn from their 100+ years of combined experience)! Among those were Dr. Paresh Patel, our implant doctor (he is world-renowned as an implant dentist, having placed over 8,000 implants AND teaches the process globally to other dentists Glidewell Dental !).

Dylan also shadowed alongside our associate dentist, Dr. Evan Davis, and our practice owner, Dr. John L. Gravitte, as well as other dentists throughout the semester.

Dylan has a bright future ahead and we are so proud of him and very excited for his future contributions to the field of dentistry and oral health education! (Dylan already dresses the part of Doctor with a suit and tie every day!)
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“My College of Charleston experience has been amazing,” says College of Charleston Honors College communication major Laurie Fogleman. “I love athletics at the College because I can not only have the identity of being a ‘runner’ or a ‘CofC athlete,’ but I am also able to have a life and identity outside of athletics.”

And she’s reaching these goals thanks in parts to the Lindner Family Scholarship for Communications. Created by Craig and Frances Lindner to honor their daughter, communication major Christine Lindner ’12, the Lindner Scholarship program grants one scholarship to a student in each year of study in the College of Charleston Department of Communication. It is available to a first-year student with a stated interest in communication and a strong promise for a successful career in the field; to a second-year student majoring in communication; to a third-year communication major with a qualifying GPA and a record of success in his/her academic and professional life; and to a fourth-year communication major who demonstrates significant engagement in communication-related activities at the College of Charleston or in the community.

“This scholarship makes me feel proud to be a College of Charleston student, specifically a communication student,” says Fogleman, who hopes to pursue her master’s degree in communication at the College and then a career in public relations, planning and branding events and improving organizations’ marketing strategies. “It is proof that my professors have done their jobs in molding me into a successful scholar who continuously returns to the classroom, eager to soak up more knowledge. Ultimately, this scholarship has provided me with an invaluable resource: confidence.”

For that, she will always be indebted to the Lindner family.

“Thank you for believing in my college experience and giving me that inspiration to work even harder tomorrow,” says Fogleman. “I will pay this kindness forward by continuing to be a lifelong ambassador for the College.”

From “Lindbergh Scholarship Creates a Lifelong Ambassador” by Alicia Lutz in The College Today
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This , we salute Dr. Todd LeVasseur ‘97, Visiting Assistant Professor of Humanities and Social Sciences and Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) Director!
Dr. LeVasseur counts learning from the students in his class, often about how to be a better human and to have hope for the future, among his proudest accomplishments.

As CofC Department of Religious Studies major/ Department of Philosophy College of Charleston minor at College of Charleston, he was inspired by Dr. June McDaniel and Dr. Lee Irwin. Before graduating from CofC, Dr. LeVasseur spent his sophomore year at Humboldt State University in Arcata, CA, where Dr. William Herbrechtsmeier became another powerful mentor.

While there, Dr. LeVasseur encountered old growth redwood forests for the first time and also saw the grand ancient trees being logged. As a result, he fused his environmental activism with his interest in religious studies and ventured to figure out how cosmologies and concepts of the sacred inform the treatment of the natural world. His journey took him to the Univ. of Florida for his Ph.D. in religion and nature, the only Ph.D. program of its kind.

The question that now guides his path is how can the human animal, from individual to global scales, learn to actively generate just, regenerative, and sustainable behaviors and lifeways as we move into the Anthropocene, if at all? The question motivates the courses he teaches in religious studies, environmental and sustainability studies, the First Year Experience First Year Experience at the College of Charleston, College of Charleston Honors College, and as an affiliated faculty member with CofC Women's and Gender Studies. It also motivated research on his new book, Climate Change, Religion, and Our Bodily Future.

He says his favorite memories include seeing students walk across the Cistern at graduation each year, knowing they’re heading out to make the world a better place. He also treasures the friendships he’s made across campus while directing the QEP on sustainability literacy.

Dr. LeVasseur enjoys listening to roots reggae, surfing, reading, and spending time with his family, and he dreams about “a world without racism, sexism, speciesism, queerphobia, and other intersectional oppressions, and that’s gotten off of fossil fuels.”
CANDIDATE SPOTLIGHT: KENNY GARDNER // Over the next few weeks, we will be highlighting one of our nine Champion of Justice candidates.

Today, we are spotlighting Kenny Gardner. Kenny works as a litigation attorney with Butler Snow LLP practicing within the law firm's tort, transportation, and specialized litigation group. Over the years, he's been recognized for several awards. Most recently, he was named the 2021 recipient of the College of Charleston Honors College Distinguished Alumni Award.

When we asked why he accepted this fundraising challenge to support legal said, he said: "I’ve lived my life with the sincere belief that we must all administer true justice; show mercy and compassion to one another."

Visit his page to read more about Kenny, and to support him as he vies for the title of Champion of Justice:

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Spring 2023 Faculty Lecture Series 02/14/2023

Spring 2023 Faculty Lecture Series

Join us on February 15 in Addlestone Library Room 227 from 12:00 to 1:00 for the Faculty Lecture Series

Associate Communication Professor and Honors Faculty Fellow Dr. David Parisi will be discussing Adjusting Vibration Intensity: The Mundane Haptics of Mobile Media.

Learn more on the Library website!

Spring 2023 Faculty Lecture Series The Spring 2023 Faculty Lecture Series   Cosponsored by the Friends of the Library and the Honors College, the Faculty Lecture Series spotlights the latest in faculty research and scholarship.…

CofC Faculty Partner with Trust for Public Land to Promote Access to Public Parks 02/08/2023

CofC Faculty Partner with Trust for Public Land to Promote Access to Public Parks

Honors Faculty Fellow Morgan Hughey, and Kendra Stewart, director of the College’s Joseph P. Riley Jr. Center for Livable Communities, will work to review park access policies in a sample of 25 U.S. cities.

The assessment will include interviews with local government leaders and administrators about policies that promote increased access to public parks.

Read more about this awesome initiative in The College Today!

CofC Faculty Partner with Trust for Public Land to Promote Access to Public Parks Above (from left): Heather Zeidler '22, research associate, with professors Kendra Stewart and Morgan Hughey at Brittlebank Park in Charleston, South Carolina. (Photos by Catie Cleveland) The College of Charleston and the Trust for Public Land have teamed up to identify and promote high-impact polic...

Photos from College of Charleston Honors College's post 01/26/2023

There's still time to join the CofC Day extravaganza! You can help us continue to support so many stellar CofC Honors students through Honors scholarships, summer enrichment experiences, personalized mentorship, and more!

Visit to find the best fit for your generosity.

Gaming Concentration Creates New Possibilities for Computing in the Arts Majors 11/04/2022

Gaming Concentration Creates New Possibilities for Computing in the Arts Majors

Artistic creativity may not be the first thing you think of when it comes to computer algorithms. But the College's computing in the arts major (CITA) is just that: a beautiful blend of artistic expression and computing.

And Honors College senior and CITA student Jo Jackley has been working on a research project called MYdata that combines art and coding to help users visualize and interpret their personal data. Check out the article from the College Today to learn more! #

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Gaming Concentration Creates New Possibilities for Computing in the Arts Majors Take artistic creativity, add in computer algorithms and you get the computing in the arts (CITA) major. Jo Jackley, a current College of Charleston senior and CITA student, has a passion for both artistic expression and computing. She describes computing in the arts as “a computer science degree

CofC Podcast: The Frightening History of Witchcraft and Sleep Disorders 10/11/2022

CofC Podcast: The Frightening History of Witchcraft and Sleep Disorders

When most of us think of witches, we think Halloween and Harry Potter.

But when Honors College junior Francesca Gibson, a double-major in history and psychology, took an Honors course last spring on Early Modern Witch Hunts, she saw an opportunity to conduct ground-breaking research.

Francesca approached the professor teaching the Honors course, Dr. Jason Coy, chair of the Department of History, and the two applied for and received summer research funding through a Summer Undergraduate Research with Faculty (SURF) grant.

Francesca spent the summer months combing through a myriad of archived sources, like court testimonies, that revealed the power of the mind to cause sleep disorders, nighttime terrors and physical pain.

Their resulting project explores a time in history when people believed in and feared witchcraft, and examines the psychological implications in unique ways.

If you’re intrigued (and who wouldn’t be), check out the latest episode of the College’s podcast, Speaking Of…College of Charleston, to learn all about how an Honors course inspired Francesca’s spell-binding summer research. #

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CofC Podcast: The Frightening History of Witchcraft and Sleep Disorders The unknown often brings about a sense of fear: And 500 years ago people awoken by nighttime terrors and intense physical pain sometimes led to accusations of witchcraft as family and community members struggled to explain the symptoms of the afflicted. In this episode of Speaking of … College of ...


National Weather Service meteorologists rely on an enormous amount of data and software to keep the public informed about our weather.

This summer, Connor Cozad, a 2021 Hollings scholar and data science Honors student at the College of Charleston, helped modernize a portion of this software from the National Weather Service forecast office in Charleston, South Carolina.

To learn more about how Connor is modernizing the way we forecast the weather, check out the full article on

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Most Honors students don’t typically want to muddy up their bachelor’s essay projects. But Honors College senior Timara Vereen has been doing just that.

Vereen, who is double-majoring in biology and psychology and minoring in chemistry, has been working with faculty mentor and professor of biology Craig Plante to research how mud snails impact the local ecosystem.

The research has involved getting her hands dirty, but also plenty of cutting-edge science. Vereen is conducting bioinformatics computations and data-science coding in order to identify the species of microbes and compare them among the three different scenarios.

“There’s a lot going on,” says Vereen. “Everything is connected, which is why we are doing the work. When we finish the bioinformatics, we’ll be able to figure out what’s going on in the communities in relation to their composition and diversity, and which organisms are more predominate given the number of mud snails as well as any effects to ecosystem function.”

After graduation, Vereen aims to obtain her Ph.D. in biological sciences and become a behavioral ecologist.

To learn more about Vereen's bachelor's essay project, check out Darcie Goodwin’s full article in the College Today:

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It’s a education in action!

Lea Neufeld, a triple major in political science, international studies, and French, also happens to be minoring in German studies.

This led her to take an Honors advanced studies course with College of Charleston - German & Russian Studies assistant professor Sarah Koellner called Borders, Art, and Migration: Voices from Europe, which exposed her to new ideas about the concept of forced migration.

Her interest piqued, Lea sought out a remote internship at the Johannesburg Holocaust and Genocide Centre (JHGC) in South Africa, where she’s been researching connections between genocide and contemporary human rights issues.

Since January, Lea has worked with the JHGC team to collect and transcribe oral histories from Congolese people in support of Congolese advocate and human rights defender Jean Bwasa in his latest project highlighting the statelessness that comes along with the turmoil in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and how it creates a flow of people to South Africa.

To learn more about how Lea is taking concepts from the Honors classroom and applying them to real world solutions, check out Erin Perkins’ full article from the College of Charleston Magazine: #


One day down for the class of 2026! We're looking forward to getting to know each and every one of you.

We can start with two Honors students recently profiled by the College Today:

Kyle Barretto is a young entrepreneur from Fort Mill, SC and is originally from the Philippines. He plans to major in computer science or systems engineering while simultaneously expanding several small businesses he's been working on.

Devin Hammond's, meanwhile, is a first-year student from Spartanburg who plans to major in business administration. Devin is a Legacy Scholar with the 1967 Legacy Program and also has an entrepreneurial spirit. He's currently setting up a business that will sell plants through Etsy.

Read more about Kyle and Devin in the article by Dan Dickison linked on our 10 Green Way blog. As for the rest of the class of 2026, we can't wait to learn more about you all!


Hey Honors community: join us in a huge round of applause for Dr. MB!

The dean of the Honors College is celebrating 20 years of teaching, supporting, and empowering students at CofC.

Congrats to Dr. MB and all the phenomenal CofC employees who were recognized earlier today for their many years of service to the College. It says a lot about our community that so many people have been so dedicated for so long, and we've appreciated every minute of it! 👏🎉


Honors students aren't just learning concepts in the classroom. Through experiential learning, they actually get to "be in the room where it happens."

Last night, Professor Landis' Honors/SPECTRA course, the Art and Craft of Theatre, capped off their summer class with a trip to the North Charleston Performing Arts Center to see Hamilton. It was the perfect way to experience all the theatrical concepts they've been exploring. On with the show!


Experiential learning is a major part of the Honors College experience. For many Honors students, the summer is the ideal time to start working in their chosen field.

Our friends over at The College Today recently profiled a range of fascinating and formative internships that CofC students are participating in this summer. The article highlighted several Honors students, including...

--James Dockery '24 (astrophysics major): Conducting a research internship with Professor Joe Carson of the College's Department of Physics and Astronomy to analyze the activity of select stars

--Bunny Nazari '24 (psychology major): Working as a social media intern the D.C. United soccer team

--Lea Neufeld '23 (international studies, political science, and French triple major): Working at the United Nations University (UNU-MERIT) in The Netherlands

--Olivia Yalden '23 (public health major): Working as the behavioral health and health policy intern at Westat, a research company based in Maryland

--Maddie Carrino '23 (data science major): Working with the Healthcare Fraud Protection Program (HFPP) at General Dynamics Information Technology

Check out the full article by Dan Dickison over on the College Today to learn more!

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Our friends over at College of Charleston Alumni have a great write-up on this year's CofC Honors College Distinguished Alumni Award recipient Colleen Condon. Check it out!

Colleen Condon '92 of Charleston, SC, is the 2022 recipient of the CofC Honors College Distinguished Alumni Award. Ms. Condon is a Managing Partner and Family Court Attorney for Condon Family Law & Mediation. She earned her law degree at the University of North Carolina School of Law, Chapel Hill, in 2002 and became certified as a Family Court mediator in 2007. While at the College, Ms. Condon majored in political science and was in the Honors College. She was a member of the Political Science Club, Young Democrats, and Student Government Association. Ms. Condon later served on the Charleston County Council from 2005-2016 and has been recognized for her contributions to the community by Forty under 40 and various other groups. She was president of the Alliance for Full Acceptance and remains a Board Member, as well as a member of the National LGBT Bar Family Law Institute. Ms. Condon has been honored numerous times for her legal work including as Best Family Law Attorney from 𝘊𝘩𝘢𝘳𝘭𝘦𝘴𝘵𝘰𝘯 𝘊𝘪𝘵𝘺 𝘗𝘢𝘱𝘦𝘳, 𝘓𝘰𝘸𝘤𝘰𝘶𝘯𝘵𝘳𝘺 𝘗𝘢𝘳𝘦𝘯𝘵 Mom’s Choice Award, and Top 10 Attorney Award by the National Academy of Family Law Attorneys. In her free time, she enjoys boating local waterways, reading mystery thrillers, and scuba diving with her adult child.

Photos from College of Charleston Honors College's post 05/19/2022

Want to relive the 2022 Honors College Ceremony? Check out our Flickr page for plenty of photos from the event.

You’ll find snapshots and highlights galore, including this year’s Distinguished Honors College Alumni Colleen Condon ’92, Honorary Honors College Graduate John Newell, and most importantly, the stellar Honors College Class of 2022!

Congratulations all, and we wish you the best of success moving forward.

Photos from College of Charleston Honors College's post 05/05/2022

One day to go until the Honors College ceremony and graduation! To tide you over until the big event, scroll through to find a few facts and figures about the stellar Honors College Class of 2022.

So proud of all our graduates, and can't wait to celebrate you all tomorrow!


Congratulations graduates! All week long we'll be celebrating the incomparable Honors College class of 2022.

For today, head over to our 10 Green Way blog to check out a sampling of stories, headlines, and highlights from the past four years that all feature graduating Honors students.

And be sure to check back later this week for more celebratory content. Way to go, 2022!


On Wednesday, April 20 at noon, Honors College Faculty Fellows Dr. Brooke Permenter and Dr. Jennifer Cavalli will cap off this year's Faculty Lecture Series with their talk "Citizenship, Community and Belonging in Honors: From the First-Year Experience to the Senior Seminar."

Co-sponsored by the Friends of the College of Charleston Libraries, the talk will explore how the Honors College is using a place-based curriculum for it's first-year experience course to make a social impact on the local Charleston community.

Free & open to all👉


Next week kicks off the Center for Sustainable Development at the College of Charleston's Sustainability Week 2022: Sustainable Cities & Communities.

Check out some of the awesome programming below!

To learn more, please check out the Center for Sustainable Development's website here:


Join the Honors College for the 2022 Lowcountry Citizens' Summit: Climates Converging, generously co-sponsored by Center for Sustainable Development at the College of Charleston. This year, students, faculty, staff, and community members will meet virtually and in-person to hear speakers and join in conversations about critical issues in the Charleston community. All are welcome to join us for any part of the event happening on Friday, 4/8, from 12-3 PM. Please visit our website for more information and to register!


Three Honors College students were recently named Goldwater Scholarship Recipients.

Emily Grace Dombrowski (French & Francophone Studies and Marine Biology Double Major), Abanob Hanna (Biochemistry Major), and Brison Shira (Classics and Biochemistry Double Major), all of whom are in the Honors College, have each received a Goldwater Scholarship Award from the Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation. The students are among 417 students nationwide to be awarded the Goldwater Scholarship. The scholarship comes with an award of up to $7,500 per year for tuition, books, and room and board.

“These three students have demonstrated an excellent record of scientific achievement as undergraduates, and I look forward to seeing what they will accomplish in the future,” says Suzanne Austin, executive vice president for academic affairs and provost. “I congratulate them on their many accomplishments, and I thank the faculty members who have mentored them. Pillar 2 of our strategic plan is Academic Distinction, and the achievements of these students are a clear mark of that characteristic at the national level.”

To learn more about this year’s Goldwater Recipients, check out the full article by Mike Robertson on The College Today here:

Faculty Lecture Series Returns to Addlestone Library 02/15/2022

Faculty Lecture Series Returns to Addlestone Library

The Honors College and College of Charleston Libraries are teaming up to once again bring you the CofC Faculty Lecture Series.

The spring series kicks off tomorrow at noon in Addlestone Library Room 227, where Honors Faculty Fellow and College of Charleston Department of Psychology Professor Gabrielle Principe will explore the legal implications of childhood memories.

The talk is open to all CofC students, staff, faculty, and Friends of the Library. We hope to see you there!

Faculty Lecture Series Returns to Addlestone Library The Faculty Lecture Series at the College of Charleston returns for the spring 2022 semester following a hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Cosponsored by the Friends of the Library and the Honors College, the Faculty Lecture Series spotlights the latest in faculty research and scholarship. All ev...


A huge and heartfelt THANK YOU to everyone who supported the CofC Honors community during 2022! We're so appreciative of the support you've shown our students.


rolls on, and we can’t think of a better way to support the College than through HONORS MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS. These scholarships allows us to create more opportunities for deserving students and helps to elevate the College's national distinction and reputation.

A great fit for anyone who…
• Thinks access to a CofC education should be available to all
• Wants to help us recruit, retain and nurture highly engaged, intelligent and diverse students from across the world

Visit our CofC Day page to help support Honors Merit Scholarships:

*And don’t forget to tune in to the CofC Day webcast at 7 p.m. EST live on YouTube!


Still deciding on what to support this ? Consider the HONORS SUMMER ENRICHMENT PROGRAM, which provides Honors students with significant financial support, supplemental workshops and activities, and peer-to-peer collaboration, all to help them maximize the impact of a formative summer experience.

A great fit for anyone who…
• Used early access to undergraduate research as a springboard for future success
• Took a study abroad trip that changed their life
• Remembers their most formative college learning taking place outside the classroom

Visit our CofC Day page to give to the Honors Summer Enrichment Program:

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