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Tag: geology and environmental geosciences
College of Charleston researchers solve some of the mysteries surrounding the largest volcano in the solar system, which happens to be on Mars.
In this week’s installment: CofC strives to fill a tech void in the Lowcountry; a look at offshore drilling, political science professor Claire Wofford writes about the U.S. Supreme Court debate, and more.
Out of the nine prestigious scholarships The Hydrographic Society of America awarded this year, four went to recipients from the College of Charleston.
Professors and married couple Phil Manning and Victoria Egerton arrived on campus with a T. rex in tow. The 40-foot-long skeleton now looms over the lobby of the School of Sciences and Mathematics Building.
The event takes place place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and is free and open to the public. In addition to a variety of fun learning activities, attendees can have their fossils analyzed by an expert.
A gift of $25,000 will purchase water quality monitoring equipment to be used at the College’s Dixie Plantation.
College of Charleston students witnessed the unforgettable natural beauty and wildlife of the Galapagos Islands while completing a June 2015 study abroad course on volcanoes.
Adjunct geology professor Anton Dumars ’99 provides educational boat tours of the Lowcountry waterways to groups of all sizes, ages and interests.
The College was one of 15 organizations honored with a grant from NASA in June 2015. The grant will fund geology professor Cassandra Runyon’s research on recent changes in coastal marine ecosystems in the U.S. Virgin Islands.