Meet Lucy Davis '20 (M.S.), program coordinator of the Master of Science in Environmental and Sustainability Studies Program and director of the Sustainable Agriculture Program.
When it comes to her work as the rare and listed species grant coordinator for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, land acquisition is what Chelsea Acres ’18 appreciates most.
Wanting to be good stewards and good neighbors, CofC faculty, staff and alumni helped shape the City of Charleston's new Climate Action Plan, which aims to create an equitable strategy for a healthier future.
The graduate program in Environmental and Sustainability Studies will host the “Gullah/Geechee Freedom Celebration," a livestreamed choreopoem, on Saturday, Oct. 24.
Each summer, students at the College study aquatic turtle species firsthand and learn about the need for conserving these species in the course Aquatic Turtle Conservation and Biology.
A dire need among students to better understand how environmental, economic and social systems interrelate led to the College's Quality Enhancement Plan.
With the Hidden Hands Garden at Stono Preserve, the CofC community is digging deep into the history of the land and sustainable agricultural practices that were used there.
The International Sea Turtle Conference will hold a presentation on the College of Charleston campus on Monday, Feb. 4, 2019.