Collaboration with the National Park Service
Watch USCB History major Clay Weeks explain his research project on the origins of Porter's Chapel, which is part of the Reconstruction Era National Historical Park in Beaufort. Students in Dr. Robert Landrum's Applied History course made posters about different aspects of the Reconstruction Era. The National Park Service displayed the posters in the visitors center in Naval Heritage Park.
As part of a Digital History class, USCB History major Tucker Perry will use a 360-degree camera to create a tour of a Lowcountry historical site.
History major Liz Erickson majoring in history at USCB, swings a 360-degree camera to capture panoramic images on the Bluffton campus.
Anderson Fox Corder, class of 2019, uses his Histroy major and Theatre minor knowledge and skills as a Civil War reenactor.
Student Research and Scholarship Day 2023
The State of South Carolina vs. South Carolina State University: The Underfunding
of A Black Land Grant University
Sierra Watkins and Dr. Mac James - First place in Social Justice Category
The Cobalt Contradiction & EV Unsustainability
Ty Kutchman and Dr. Lakasz Pawelek - Second Place in Social Justice Category