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Geospatial Modeling in the CSSR

Through interdisciplinary connections , faculty and students in the Archaeology Program are are regular participants within labs and facilties across campus. In particular:

The Center for Social Science Research (CSSR) is located on the second floor of Bell Building, 81 St. Philip St. The space is comprised of a conference room, shared labs, classrooms, and faculty offices. Within the CSSR, archaeology faculty and students work primarily within the:

  • research lab (Bell 217): 803 square feet of space optimized for the analysis of artifacts and other remains stemming from archaeological recovery activities.
  • computing lab (Bell 216): 587 square feet facility with 15 work stations optimized for geospatial, quantitative, and 3D visualizations.

The Santee-Cooper GIS Laboratory (SCGIS) is a center for excellence in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Remote Sensing at the College of Charleston/University of Charleston. The laboratory supports undergraduate, graduate and faculty teaching and research at the College. Each semester courses are offered in GIS, remote sensing, or geologic/environmental modeling/computing at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

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