College of Charleston Photos of the Week

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From global diplomacy to local nonprofits and from state representatives to area refugees: Here are a few of the different perspectives from campus this week!

pretty afternoon in the Cistern Yard
Green Grass in the Cistern Yard
Oak trees with spanish moss line the greenway at the College of Charleston
student with cofc umbrella walks through campus
reflection of the Sotille Clock in a puddle

Spring has sprung at the College of Charleston! (Photos by Catie Cleveland)

Mroz Global Leadership Summit
Mroz Global Leadership Summit
David Hickton, Dr, Joseph Nye, Dr. Jeff Helsing, Toni Verstandig, Ambassador James Story & Rose Gottemoell speak at Summit
woman in uniform talks during break
students chat during Mroz Global Leadership Summit
students and professors come together to listen to Mroz Global Leadership Summit
Speaker talks to the College of Charleston at Mroz Global Leadership Summit
speaking during break at Mroz Global Leadership Summit
lots of happy faces at Mroz Global Leadership Summit

On Feb. 22 and 23, 2024, the Mroz Global Leadership Institute brought to campus a tremendous group of distinguished academics and practitioners working on conflict resolution and cooperation in various regions around the world for a summit on “Conflict, Cooperation, and Diplomacy: Perspectives on the Middle East, Latin America, China, and Russia.” (Photos by Catie Cleveland)

Dozens of students joined us for our Pop-Up Service event with Lutheran Carolina Services on Wednesday, 2/21, and helped assemble ‘Welcome to Charleston’ kits for refugees who are resettling in the area. The kits included hygiene and food items. Students also assembled hygiene and activity kits for young refugees.
Dozens of students joined us for our Pop-Up Service event with Lutheran Carolina Services on Wednesday, 2/21, and helped assemble ‘Welcome to Charleston’ kits for refugees who are resettling in the area. The kits included hygiene and food items. Students also assembled hygiene and activity kits for young refugees.
Dozens of students joined us for our Pop-Up Service event with Lutheran Carolina Services on Wednesday, 2/21, and helped assemble ‘Welcome to Charleston’ kits for refugees who are resettling in the area. The kits included hygiene and food items. Students also assembled hygiene and activity kits for young refugees.
Dozens of students joined us for our Pop-Up Service event with Lutheran Carolina Services on Wednesday, 2/21, and helped assemble ‘Welcome to Charleston’ kits for refugees who are resettling in the area. The kits included hygiene and food items. Students also assembled hygiene and activity kits for young refugees.

Dozens of students joined the Center for Civic Engagement for its Pop-Up Service event with Lutheran Carolina Services to help assemble “Welcome to Charleston” kits with hygiene and food items for refugees who are resettling in the area. They even made activity kits for young refugees. (Photos by the Center for Civic Engagement)

SC State Representative Jermaine Johnson poses with students
SC State Representative Jermaine Johnson, Group with Bonner senior interns Tyler Gadsen and Madison Meeks

The College of Charleston Bonner Leaders had a big week, with more than 30 students attending their daylong networking event, “Engage and Empower,” which introduced students with service opportunities at local nonprofits (top). And, at their weekly meeting, they met with S.C. Rep. Jermaine Johnson ’08, talking with him about everything from wellness tips to his journey to the Statehouse (bottom two photos). (Photos by the Center for Civic Engagement)

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