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Stand Up Carolina Hero awards

Nominations for the Stand Up Carolina Hero awards, an award which recognizes bystanders who have made a difference in the lives of others, are open now until March 1.

Register for Discover USC 2018

The presenter registration deadline for Discover USC is March 2 at 11:59 p.m.

Apply to be an OMSA Peer Educator

The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs is now accepting applications for student ambassadors.

Columbia Airport shuttle service

Students traveling home for Spring break who need a ride to or from the Columbia Metropolitan Airport can sign up for a free ride courtesy of Student Government.

Apply for Order of Omega

Order of Omega, the premier Greek leadership honor society at UofSC, is now accepting new members.

Apply for Noyce Scholarship

Juniors and seniors majoring in math and/or science are eligible to apply for the Noyce Scholarship. Applications are due April 6.

Rule of Law partners with Ukraine

The Rule of Law Collaborative at the University of South Carolina is increasing its international impact thanks to a new partnership with the lawyers and judges in the Ukraine.

Apply for graduation

Seniors who are planning to graduate in Spring 2018 are reminded that graduation applications are due Feb. 14.

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Student Events

Carolina Productions Presents "Suburbicon" (6 PM) and "Jigsaw" (9 PM)

Friday, Feb. 23, 2018

Location: Russell House Theatre

Zackary Truesdale Senior Percussion Recital

Friday, Feb. 23, 2018

Location: School of Music 206

USC Dance Company Spring Concert

Friday, Feb. 23, 2018

Location: Drayton Hall 141

USC Dance Company Spring Concert

Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018

Location: Drayton Hall 141

Carolina Productions Presents "Suburbicon" (6 PM) and "Jigsaw" (9 PM)

Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018

Location: Russell House Theatre

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Stories for Students

Richard T. Greener

Larger than life

Richard T. Greener’s larger-than-life story is one of academic achievement, professional success and civic service, played out mostly in the tumultuous years after the Civil War. It’s a story of firsts — in addition to being USC’s first black professor, Greener was also Harvard’s first black graduate and America’s first black diplomat to a country of white citizenry.

victor kidd

Champion for diversity

Victor Kidd is the first African-American doctoral student in the University of South Carolina’s sport and entertainment management Ph.D. program. He is also the first student overall from his program to win a SPARC grant — a merit-based grant designed to ignite research and creative excellence.

Lizzie Utset

Prepping for 'the toughest job'

Getting into the Peace Corps wasn't so difficult years ago. Now the competition is stiff — only one in three applicants is selected. USC's Peace Corps Prep program is giving students a leg up on the competition while they gain valuable experiences and perspectives to prepare them for life in the field.

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