Geological Society of Charleston
The purpose of the Geological Society of the College of Charleston is to provide an informal forum for undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty who are interested in geology, to promote their interaction, and to expand their opportunities for extracurricular learning and experiences.
Contacts for 2016-2017 Academic Year
News4/22/16: The results are in! We have new Geology Club officers for the 2016-2017 academic year. Thanks to everyone who ran for office and to everyone who voted. We went through 40 hot dogs (and votes) pretty fast! Our 2015-2016 officers (Lizzy, Anna, Abigail, Evalynn, Homer, Vicky, TJ, and Katie) did a FANTASTIC (that word is bold, underlined, in italics, and highlighted) job with the Club this year. I am very proud of you for all of your hard work with the Mineral & Fossil sale and outreach activities. Please pass your wisdom along to the new folks.
March 2013: Oyster shell bed building with the SC Oyster Restoration (SCORE) project through DNR. Full album here
February 2013: Faculty swept yet another faculty-student bowling tournament at The Alley in downtown Charleston.
October 2012: Kayak tour! A day on the water learning about coastal processes and spending time with fellow geologists. Full album here
February 2012: Members of the Geology Club and the CofC VA teamed up for another successful downtown trash sweep.
January 2012: Successful event with over 100 students and community members coming out to hear Charlie Sneed speak and meet representatives from environmental groups in our community.