From birdwatching to discussions on faith and diversity, it’s been a busy few weeks at the College of Charleston.
Biology professor Melissa Hughes uses a flipped classroom approach in her ornithology class at Dixie Plantation, where she and her students look for birds as part of class discussions. Photos by Heather Moran
The third annual “Food & Faith: A Dialogue Between Muslims and Jews” program took place on Jan. 28, 2019, at Arnold Hall in the Jewish Studies Center. Photos by Heather Moran
In recognition of Black History Month, the College of Charleston on Feb. 5, 2019, hosted the panel discussion “Bridging the Divide: Placemaking for Communities of Color in the SC Lowcountry,” which explored ways to improve the diversity and inclusivity of Charleston’s tourism industry. Photos by Taylor Krauser