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Roger Sawyer named interim dean of Arts and Sciences

Biology professor and senior associate dean for graduate education Roger Sawyer has been named the interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.

Seniors honored with top awards

The University of South Carolina presented its top honors, the Algernon Sydney Sullivan and Steven N. Swanger awards, to four graduating seniors during the university's annual Awards Day ceremony Thursday.

Police honored for helping sexual assault survivors

The University of South Carolina Division of Law Enforcement and Safety received an award at the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes ceremony on Wednesday, April 15, for its work to help survivors of sexual violence.

Discovery Day showcases students' scholarly pursuits

This event showcases students' scholarly pursuits both in and out of the classroom and features research projects, study-abroad trips, internship experiences, leadership activities, service-learning and community service. Discovery Day is a great opportunity for your student to see what other UofSC students are doing within the Carolina community and beyond.

How to find your exam schedule

Final exams are quickly approaching with the last day of class on Monday, April 27. Final exams run from April 29-May 6. Find your class exam schedule online.

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Stories for Students

Stopping a silent killer

Stopping a silent killer

Amber Williams has painful, personal experience with carbon monoxide poisoning -- she lost her 11-year-old nephew and nearly lost her sister-in-law in a deadly incident two years ago. And that's why she's made it her mission to make people more aware of the danger.

Students show off research at Discovery Day

Students show off research at Discovery Day

Pharmacy students Alexas Polk and Sarah DeMott researched nearly 5,000 medical orders given on television medical shows since 1989 (Doogie Howser, M.D.). What they found was that fictional TV doctors were wrong about 12 percent of the time. They will present their findings at Discovery Day.

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