Charleston County, the College of Charleston and the South Carolina Aquarium have partnered to create the new Center of Resilience Excellence South Carolina with a focus on community and resilience.
The College has earned a STARS Silver rating in recognition of its sustainability efforts from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.
Three students at the College of Charleston have created engaging and thought-provoking art installations investigating the topic of food security.
The College of Charleston Farmers Market is kicking off its spring 2020 season on Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2020.
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.
The Boeing Company and CofC have teamed up to provide scholarships to veterans interested in pursuing a career in sustainable food systems.
SustainFest 2019 will feature Queen Quet, chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation, and Germaine Jenkins, founder of Fresh Future Farm.
The new office of the Center of Sustainability is located in the Knox-Lesesne House a 19th-century historic home on the College of Charleston campus.
Move-Out is an annual initiative at the College of Charleston that repurposes truckloads of discarded items left behind in the residence halls when students move out for the summer.
Environmental studies educator Peter Blaze Corcoran is visiting the College on Tuesday, April 9, 2019, to deliver a lecture on sustainability literacy.