Geology Club

Geological Society of Charleston

Mission Statement

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 and the geosciences, to promote their interaction, and to expand their opportunities for extracurricular learning and experiences.

What Do We Do?

The Geology Club meets twice a month to discuss department and club news, announce and plan upcoming events, and get to know other members. Each year the club offers a mix of professional development opportunities, outreach events, and fun activities. 

Recent programming includes: 

  • Shark tooth and fossil hunting at local beaches
  • Nurdle collecting at Waterfront Park
  • Team building at Wild Blue Ropes Course
  • Brown Bag Lunch series with speakers working in geology-related fields
  • Rock painting
  • Breaking open geodes

Majoring or minoring in Geology or Environmental Geosciences or just interested in geology in general? The Geology Club would love to have you! Join on Cougar Connect or reach out to one of the officers for more information. 

2021-2022 Geology Club Officers

President Jordan James jamesjt@g.cofc.edu 
Vice President   Jade Benson bensonjm@g.cofc.edu 
Secretary Mary Kule kuleme@g.cofc.edu 
Treasurer Elizabeth Kirby kirbyej@g.cofc.edu 
Outreach Chair Kate Wells wellskg@g.cofc.edu


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Tabling at the Fall 2021 Involvement Fair
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Breaking open geodes Spring 2021
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Ropes course team building event Spring 2021
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Nurdle collecting Spring 2021