From field trips and classroom activities to Fall Alumni Weekend and Cougar Night Lights, there’s been a lot happening at the College of Charleston over the last few weeks.
Over the weekend of Nov. 13, geology professors Scott Harris and Theodore Them took their Environmental Field Methods class (GEOL 312) on a field trip to the Cherokee Reservoir in Tennessee to study a rock outcrop in the Appalachian Basin. Fossils from the Ordovician period were found. (Photos by Scott Harris and Kevin Wright)
Alumni gathered at their alma mater for Fall Alumni Weekend, Nov. 19-21. They shared fellowship and memories during a series of events, including a Lowcountry boil in the Cistern Yard and the Alumni Awards Gala at the Charleston Marriott. (Photos by Clifford Pate)
Psychology Professor Cindi May recently led students in her Honors psychology class in an activity aimed at better understanding how stress is a hormonal response from the body. The course focuses on the basic theoretical and methodological tools that psychologists use to investigate, describe, predict and explain the vast field of human psychology. (Photos by Maddy Young)