Center for Sustainable Development at the College of Charleston

Center for Sustainable Development at the College of Charleston

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Join the Honors College for the 2022 Lowcountry Citizens' Summit: Climates Converging, generously co-sponsored by Center for Sustainable Development at the College of Charleston. This year, students, faculty, staff, and community members will meet virtually and in-person to hear speakers and join in conversations about critical issues in the Charleston community. All are welcome to join us for any part of the event happening on Friday, 4/8, from 12-3 PM. Please visit our website for more information and to register!

https://honors.cofc.edu/honors-advantage/lowcountry-citizens-summit.php
Everyone join us in thanking the exhibitions sponsors for "Dyani White Hawk: Hear Her" 👏 We are so grateful to these funders for helping to bring Dyani White Hawk's exhibition to fruition for our community!
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South Carolina Humanities awarded the Halsey Institute a Major Grant in support of the exhibition.

The mission of SC Humanities is to enrich the cultural and intellectual lives of all South Carolinians. Established in 1973, this 501(c) 3 organization is governed by a volunteer 21-member Board of Directors comprised of community leaders from throughout the state. It presents and/or supports literary initiatives, lectures, exhibits, festivals, publications, oral history projects, videos and other humanities-based experiences that directly or indirectly reach more than 250,000 citizens annually.
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The Center for Sustainable Development at the College of Charleston (CSD) is a collection of students, staff and faculty who are concerned about and invested in addressing the many problems that plague today’s society. Collectively, they focus on applied research, experiential learning, operational management and public engagement – on campus and in the greater Charleston community.
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College of Charleston College of Charleston - School of the Arts Dyani White Hawk Polk
Reminder❗️ Join us over on halsey.cofc.edu/events/live at 2:00 PM EST for today's Artist Talk - Dyani White Hawk for "Hear Her"
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Dyani White Hawk’s work illuminates society’s consistent ignorance of Native people. With her video, photography, and works in other media, she aims to use the language of visual art to bring light to the deep chasm between our understanding of history and the truth. Her work weaves together forms from the canon of Western art along with the visual languages and traditions of Native people. In doing so, her work spotlights Native women, whose strength and fortitude over centuries have helped their peoples’ languages and cultures to survive.
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"Dyani White Hawk: Hear Her" is sponsored in part by South Carolina Humanities, a not-for-profit organization; inspiring, engaging and enriching South Carolinians with programs on literature, history, culture and heritage. This exhibition is also supported by the Center for Sustainable Development at the College of Charleston, which provides students with the opportunities and resources to engage in our community sustainably.

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Dyani White Hawk Polk in collaboration with cinematographer Razelle Benally, "LISTEN" (still detail), 2020, eight-channel HD video installation with sound, Chapter 1 © Dyani White Hawk, Courtesy of the artist and Bockley Gallery, Minneapolis.
Opening on Friday, January 14, 2022, the Halsey Institute is proud to present our next exhibition, “Dyani White Hawk: Hear Her”
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Dyani White Hawk’s work illuminates the lived experiences of Native Peoples. With her video, photography, and works in other media, she aims to use the language of visual art to bring light to the deep chasm between our understanding of history and the truth. Her work weaves together forms from the canon of Western art along with the visual languages and traditions of Native Peoples. In doing so, her work spotlights Native women, whose strength and fortitude throughout centuries of colonization have helped their peoples' languages and cultures survive.

On view in "Hear Her," White Hawk’s video installation "LISTEN" [slides 1 - 4] presents a series of Native women speaking their Indigenous languages. Each film takes place on tribal homelands, and viewers hear the respective languages without translation. As such, White Hawk puts a focus not only on the resonance of each speaker, but she also reveals society’s collective ignorance of the Indigenous people, culture, and languages of the land on which we live. Chapter 1 of "LISTEN" features eight videos. White Hawk plans to continue the series to include 24 videos. For this presentation of "Hear Her," the Halsey Institute commissioned White Hawk to create a video to honor the Catawba Nation, located in South Carolina.

White Hawk’s photography installation "I Am Your Relative" [slides 5 - 7] confronts the gross stereotypes and distorted caricatures that dehumanize and commodify Native women. The installation, a collaboration with photographer Tom Jones (Ho-Chunk), consists of six life-size photographic prints located in the middle of a gallery, rather than on the walls. The works are double-sided; the front side shows Native women wearing shirts that read: “I am / More than your desire / More than your fantasy / More than a mascot / Ancestral love prayer sacrifice / Your relative.” On the backside of the work, the tribal affiliation of each woman is printed across her shirt, signifying the importance of her life within her community, and beyond.

In moving the photographs off the gallery walls into the middle of the space, White Hawk emphasizes the humanity of the women photographed. Visitors are forced to move around them in the gallery, as if the women were standing side-by-side in the gallery themselves. About the installation, White Hawk states: “The whole concept of ‘I Am Your Relative’ is rooted in Lakota philosophy and understanding of our relatedness. It’s a guiding value of how we treat one another and all life.” In "Hear Her," White Hawk’s work shines a light on the misrepresentation of Native Peoples while reinforcing the fact that we are all connected as human beings.

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"Dyani White Hawk: Hear Her" is sponsored in part by South Carolina Humanities, a not-for-profit organization; inspiring, engaging and enriching South Carolinians with programs on literature, history, culture and heritage. This exhibition is also supported by the Center for Sustainable Development at the College of Charleston, which provides students with the opportunities and resources to engage in our community sustainably.
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Credits:
Slides 1 – 4: "LISTEN" [still], 2020. All "LISTEN" works by Dyani White Hawk Polk in collaboration with cinematographer Razelle Benally. Part of a multi-channel HD video installation with sound. Stills of languages in order of slides: Taos, Ho-Chunk, Quechan, Seneca.
Slides 5 – 7: Dyani White Hawk in collaboration with photographer Tom Jones, "I Am Your Relative," 2020, photo-sculpture © Dyani White Hawk.

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Another successful Energy Efficiency Workshop in the books! ⚡️💡💧
Thanks to the CofC Sustainability Team for hosting us!

Our AmeriCorps Members have put a lot of hard work into relaunching this workshop, and we are proud to see it in action!

We are still accepting applications for young adults to join our AmeriCorps program, the Environmental Conservation Corps!
✅ Apply Now: https://linktr.ee/sustainabilityinstitutesc

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November is bustling! All event info at go.cofc.edu/artscalendar :

Nov 1 – Concert by vocalists Alexis Davis-Hazell & Earl Hazell (part of CofClcwa Black Lives series and supported by Center for Sustainable Development at the College of Charleston)

Nov 2 – International Piano Series: Volodymyr Vynnytsky

Nov 5 – College of Charleston Concert Choir Performance

Nov 9 – Halsey Talks - Photography & Colonialism

Nov 10 – Lecture by artist/animal rights activist Sue Coe

Nov 13 & 14 – College of Charleston Opera Scenes concert

Nov 17 – David Provan sculpture lecture

Nov 19, 20, 21 – A Sudden Spontaneous Event theatre production

Nov 29 – College of Charleston Orchestra concert

November is bursting at the seams with arts events! Visit go.cofc.edu/artscalendar for details about artist lectures, theatre shows, and concerts of opera, theatre, choir, piano and orchestra:

Nov 1 – Concert by vocalists Alexis Davis-Hazell & Earl Hazell (part of CofClcwa Black Lives series and supported by Center for Sustainable Development at the College of Charleston)

Nov 2 – International Piano Series: Volodymyr Vynnytsky

Nov 5 – College of Charleston Concert Choir Performance

Nov 9 – Halsey Talks - Photography & Colonialism

Nov 10 – Lecture by artist/animal rights activist Sue Coe

Nov 13 & 14 – College of Charleston Opera Scenes concert

Nov 17 – David Provan sculpture lecture

Nov 19, 20, 21 – A Sudden Spontaneous Event theatre production

Nov 29 – College of Charleston Orchestra concert
Shout out to everyone that joined us for Indigenous Peoples' Day: Celebration & Day of Service! Many thanks to William 'Bubba' Green III and Chef Tianna Powell for hosting us to honor and celebrate the legacy of Gullah and other Indigenous peoples.

Our team of AmeriCorps Members, College of Charleston students and SI supporters spent the day constructing garden beds, learning how to grow mushrooms, and foraging the forest floor for fungi!

We started our day with Chef T to construct raised garden beds that will grow herbs and produce to use in dishes that serve the community through The Stone Soup Collective CHS & Destiny Community Café. Chef T also made us a delicious plant-based & locally-sourced lunch of fire roasted squash, sweet potatoes, and wild rice. Bubba, the Gullah mushroom expert, taught us how to cultivate mushrooms in bags of oat grains and pine straw. The day ended with a foraging tour led by Bubba to identify fungi and plants.

We are so grateful for opportunities like this to gain & hone our skills with our AmeriCorps Members and to connect to the environment around us!

Special thanks to Center for Sustainable Development at the College of Charleston for donating compostable service ware and supporting our efforts towards zero waste!

📍 Cusabo-Coosa land & water

Are you interested in gaining hands-on experience in conservation/sustainability? Consider joining the Environmental Conservation Corps (AmeriCorps)!
✅ Apply Now! https://forms.gle/Qox4s7jNAA3ZWV3d6

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Operating as usual

01/18/2023

The first day of Blue Bin Brigade is TOMORROW! Come by Warren or Berry Hall to pick up a recycling bin and be apart of a Zero Waste campus initiative! We’ll also be outside of McConnell and George St. next Tuesday!
This program is just for on-campus residents, but feel free to ask us about other local recycling options & check out the Guide in our LinkTree

01/17/2023

The Cougar Free Store is back! Come by and grab some back to school outfits, class materials, dorm decor and more - for FREE!! 🛍️

Open Monday - Thursday from 10 to 5 and accepting donations on Fridays from 10 to 2, check out our LinkTree for the Guidelines and Donation Appointments!

01/11/2023

Congratulations to our newest CofC certified Green Office, Campus Services!! 🌟 We’re so proud of the effort campus offices are putting into sustainable operations!

If your office is interested in becoming CofC Green Office Certified check out the “Green Office Interest Form” link in our Linktree and email any questions to [email protected]

01/10/2023

Bike share is back for Spring 2023! 🚲🌱

Follow the link in our bio to be put on the waitlist to receive a FREE bike for this semester. Bikes are limited, so apply ASAP when the form opens - January 17th @ noon!

01/04/2023

Ever wonder how much waste comes from CofC athletic facilities? Start the year off by helping with a waste audit at TD Arena! Sign up using the link in our bio!

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Searching for an unconventional gift for that person who has it all? Consider planting a tree in their name! Here’s some reasons why and some things to consider! 🎁🌳🌲

Photos from Center for Sustainable Development at the College of Charleston's post 12/02/2022

Did you know that Arbor Day’s date changes based on the climate of your region? South Carolina celebrates Arbor Day on the first Friday of December - that’s today! Check out our story for some more info about our unique local trees and get outside to admire them in person!

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The Center for Sustainable Development had our End of Semester Party today!! We celebrated a great Fall semester with holiday snacks and paper plate awards, happy holidays/finals week everyone!

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The Fall 2022 Cougar Changemaker projects have been decided! Planning and implementation will start soon for these four exciting projects. Thanks to everyone who submitted proposals and our Cougar Changemaker Committee for compiling and voting on them!

Want to get involved? Click the “Cougar Changemaker Committee Application” link in our linktree to apply to decide on next years proposals! Or start brainstorming an idea you’d like to submit for consideration 🌍 💡

11/29/2022

Check out our new YouTube video, an interview with John Gilley and John Holladay from Utility Services about CofC’s Energy Savings Contract: ESCO! Learn about what ESCO means, where the changes are happening on campus, and what they mean for sustainability & you! Link in our LinkTree💡

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Thanks to Cougar Changemaker there are new hammock study spots on campus! Swipe to learn about the process of this project, and tag us in pics of you lounging in the hammocks on Sottile Lawn and Rivers Green!

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Heading home for Holiday break? Or even hanging around Charleston? Either way this is a great time to go through your closet and donate unused clothes (& more) to charities, shelters, or thrift stores! Instead of tossing your extra stuff in the landfill, find somewhere to give it a second life using our Donation Resources (link in our LinkTree!)

11/21/2022

Did you miss out on last week’s Waste Audit? Well no worries, we’ve got plenty more opportunities to get involved! Sign up for upcoming waste audits on 11/30, 12/12, 12/15, & 12/30 using the “Waste Audit” link in our LinkTree!

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Voting is now is progress for the 2022 Cougar Changemaker project proposals! We received so many great ideas this year, and we’re so excited to see them come to fruition!

If you’re interested in joining the committee to help develop and vote on next years projects, apply on Handshake with the link in our LinkTree!

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Social Justice Coffee Hour was a HUGE success!! We had a great turnout despite the damp weather and some amazing conversations with our special guests. Thank you to everyone who came and participated in the discussion and especially thank you to our friends over at Halsey for co-hosting the event with us!

Have an idea for a future SJCH discussion? Comment below!

11/14/2022

This weeks is Brandon Chapman ‘16! Chapman now works as a field manager for the justice transformation team at the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights in Washington, D.C. is the nation’s oldest, largest and most diverse civil and human rights association. In his work, Chapman and his colleagues seek to build an America as good as its ideals. Read more about him and the organization on the Alumni Impact page of our website - link in bio!

11/03/2022

Join us for a waste audit at TD Arena on America Recycle’s Day: November 15th!! Sign up for a shift from 9-11 with the “Waste Audit” link in our LinkTree.
Also, check out the article in The College Today to learn more about the project, linked in our LinkTree as well!

11/01/2022

Social Justice Coffee Hour is back! Next Thursday, November 10th we’re teaming up with “Sit A Spell” to create a space for conversations surrounding the use of chemicals and pesticides in landscaping and agriculture.

The discussion will feature Professor Omar Muhammad from the Environmental Studies Graduate Program and Verneil Phillips, CofC’s Grounds Manager. It will take place in Halsey’s exhibition space which is currently hosting Kirsten Stolle’s Only You Can Prevent A Forest.

(Image Background: Kirsten Stolle, No Land, 2021, collage, burn holes, 1964 US Forest Service advertisement, 13.75” x 10.25”, from the Science For A Better Life series)

10/31/2022

This weeks highlight is Luke Shirley ’18! He is the founder of  a nonprofit based in Charleston, S.C. that seeks to help young individuals overcome the challenges and barriers surrounding mental health and recovery. Shirley and his Quest colleagues help by engaging them in recreation, education and service in the community, as well as through Quest’s mentorship program. Read more about Luke Shirley and Quest in Recovery on our Alumni Impact website!

10/27/2022

The CSD’s Specialty Recycling Program has collected over 700 POUNDS of waste so far this semester!! Our team has been working super hard to collect and organize all of these materials and we’re very proud of the progress so far.

If you have any used batteries or electronics drop them off at one of our specialty recycling collection areas at JC Long, the Education Center, SSMB, Lightsey, and the 2nd floor of RITA!

10/27/2022

Those who submitted Interest Forms for Cougar Changemaker — the deadline for Full Proposals has been extended to November 9th!! Head to our website for the form and make sure y’all get those proposals in!

10/24/2022

This week’s highlight is Kelsey DePorte ’05!
While studying at the College, she was very involved with the Center for Sustainable Development and the Office of Institutional Diversity. After graduating, she moved to Northern Europe and began investing her energies in a variety of important initiatives pertaining to sustainability and social justice. Now, she manages and organizes events for .2030 a youth-founded nonprofit whose leaders are determined to rethink and ultimately remake societal systems, rendering them sustainable and equitable.
Read more about her work on the Alumni Impact page of our website!

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Here’s some highlights from the semester so far
There has been many great events, tabling, meetings (w/snacks), and sustainabili-bonding that we’re excited to continue through the rest of this semester!
Find more updates and pics like this in the Resilient Advocate, coming this Friday - sign up on our website to receive it!

10/17/2022

This week’s highlights is Rebekah Edmonson ‘20!
Edmonson transferred to the College after serving active duty in Afghanistan as part of an elite unit in the U.S. Army. Her work there involved training and leading over 30 Afghan women so that they could help gather information from other Afghan women behind enemy lines. Since graduating, she has worked with the PenFed Foundation in Washington, D.C., as a program manager, helping to resettle Afghan refugees, including some of the same women she worked with when she was in Afghanistan!

10/12/2022

Cougar Changemaker is hosting a Wardrobe Mending Workshop on Wednesday, October 26th with from 5-7pm!! Come learn how to fix your ripped or stained clothes by sewing and painting! All mending materials will be provided but make sure to bring some articles of clothing to work on. Sign up with the link in our linktree :)

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The Center for Sustainable Development is now hiring for TWO full-time positions: Zero Waste Manager and Associate Director of Student Engagement! Applications for the Zero Waste Manager position are due this Wednesday, October 12 and applications for the Associate Director position are due October 24. Find more information and application details here: https://jobs.cofc.edu/postings/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&query=&query_v0_posted_at_date=&435=&query_organizational_tier_3_id%5B%5D=67&commit=Search

Associate Director for Student Engagement 10/05/2022

Associate Director for Student Engagement

We're hiring!

Associate Director for Student Engagement The Associate Director for Student Engagement will build sustainability-focused experiential learning opportunities for College of Charleston students. Through programs such as hands-on internships, events supporting an annual learning theme, sustainability scholars and campus as a living lab, this....

Zero Waste Manager *Re-Announcement* 10/05/2022

Zero Waste Manager *Re-Announcement*

We're hiring!

Zero Waste Manager *Re-Announcement* The Zero Waste Manager is responsible for the strategy, management and continuous improvement of the College’s zero waste initiatives (including compost, recycling, landfill, reuse, donations, etc.). The College’s recently adopted Sustainability Action Plan (SAP) sets the ambitious goal of achie...

10/03/2022

This week’s highlight is Kenny Gardner, ‘08! When he’s not advising clients, researching cases or actively litigating in the courtroom, Gardner spends part of his time working as a board member and advocate for Turn90! Turn90 is a regionally-based nonprofit helps adult men recently released from incarceration find their footing by developing the skills and mindset needed to function well in society.
For more information about Kenny Gardner and Turn90, check out our Alumni Impact page here: https://sustain.cofc.edu/impact/alumni-impact.php

09/26/2022

is back! Our first Alumni highlight of this semester is Alexa Rosenthal, ‘10. Alexa is the co-founder and Chief Ecosystem Organizer of , an e-learning platform and community builder that works to accelerate a regenerative future. The mission of Ecoversity is to “practice and teach a simpler, regenerative way of living that nourishes the mind, heals the body, celebrates the spirit, and honors the Earth.”

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Some very exciting news from the CSD… we officially have our new Director, Jen Jones!!

Jen has been a huge part of sustainability here at the College since the beginning. She got her Masters at CofC in the EVSS program and helped present the green fee to campus leadership for approval in 2010. She was part of the team in 2011 that helped establish the Office of Sustainability and served as the College's first Facilities Coordinator for Sustainability from 2012 - 2016. In 2016 she and her now husband moved to Virginia for his work but were lucky to find their way back to Charleston last fall. Jen is thrilled to serve in this role and help continue to push CofC toward sustainability once again.

A big round of applause for Jen!! 👏❤️

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Looking forward to our Free Store pop-ups this Fall semester! We’ll be out in Cougar Mall on Sept. 21st, Oct. 3rd, and Nov. 2nd following different themes

We’ll be posting more details as they come up, so keep an eye out!

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We invite you to our vegan nutrition workshop next week!

Have you ever considered moving toward a vegan diet? Have questions? Need resources? We’ve got you!

RSVP on Linktree!

This project made possible by funding from our Cougar Changemaker Program.

09/14/2022

Interested in learning more about Charleston County's new Greenhouse Gas Inventory? Join MUSC's Conversation Café for a discussion!

EventBrite registration: https://bit.ly/MUSCGGI

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We’re going to be distributing FREE recycling bins tomorrow, Wednesday Sept. 14 and next Monday Sept. 19! ♻️
If you can’t pick one up at our distribution event, schedule a time to come by the CSD office to pick one up.
Check out the link in our bio for the CSD guide to recycling!

(Date correction from previous post)

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We’re going to be distributing FREE recycling bins tomorrow, Wednesday Sept. 14 and next Monday Sept. 20! ♻️
If you can’t pick one up at our distribution event, you can schedule a time to come to the CSD office to pick one up.
Also, check out the link in our bio for the CSD guide to recycling!

Photos from Center for Sustainable Development at the College of Charleston's post 09/12/2022

Here’s a recap of this year’s very exciting SustainFEST!! Thank you to everyone who came by to take part in understanding how to
The event couldn’t have been successful without each and every one of you! Look forward to more of our sustainability events coming this year 💚

09/08/2022

Congratulations to our newest certified Green Office from Summer 2022, the Office of the Provost (Silver Level)! 🌟

We are proud and excited that so many offices are taking on the challenge to tackle sustainability on campus!

If your office is interested in becoming CofC Green Office certified, check out our website or the link in our linktree! Email any questions to [email protected]

The Office of Sustainability

The Office of Sustainability at the College of Charleston was officially founded in the fall of 2011 and has been growing ever since. Now with 8 staff members and 28 student interns, a multitude of projects and programs have been created and carried out varying from the Student Bike Share Program to Social Justice Coffee Hour to Synergies to Zero Waste.

The Office of Sustainability is a hub for sustainability and sustainable development. We focus on applied research opportunities, experiential learning, operational management, and public engagement on campus and in the greater Charleston community. We not only want to make our campus more sustainable, but also want to educate our students and faculty on how they can make a difference as well. We are all interconnected and part of one great, big community!

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