Despite one of the most challenging years in recent history, classes at the College of Charleston continued this semester both online and in person.
Without question, the past few months have been demanding, but we rose to the occasion by thinking outside the box – and sometimes outside the classroom. Here’s a look at some of the ways students and professors approached classes for the fall 2020 semester amid such unprecedented times.
Happy Byrd, adjunct faculty in the Department of Music, Todd McNerney, professor in the Department of Theatre and Dance, and Erin Leigh, adjunct instructor of dance, each found ways to provide hybrid (online/in-person) instruction for their music theory, acting and dance courses this semester. (Photos by Heather Moran)
Hao-Chen Liu, associate professor of finance, taught students in the MBA program both in person and online simultaneously via Zoom. (Photos by Mike Ledford)
Science labs continued both in person and virtually this semester, with students getting experience with laboratory equipment and procedures as well as data analysis. (Photos by Mike Ledford)
Students in Evan Sheppard‘s course Introduction to Film Photography got hands on experience in the photo lab. (Photos by Heather Moran)
Honors College faculty fellow Lancie Affonso ’96 met with students in the Honors STEAM (science, engineering, arts and mathematics) Entrepreneurship Living Learning Community cohort both in a classroom setting for lectures as well as outdoors for group discussions. (Photos by Heather Moran and Mike Ledford)