Faculty and Staff Announcements

Phishing emails circulating on university accounts

September 15, 2017

A significant number of “phishing” emails have been identified on the student email system recently. Phishing messages say things such as your email storage is almost full, your email will stop working if you don’t click on a link to verify your account, etc. These are not legitimate email messages and should be deleted. The University of South Carolina will never ask for you to verify your email account in this manner.

USC Press names new director

August 22, 2017

Richard Brown has been named director of the University of South Carolina Press. Brown will be responsible for the editorial, fiscal and marketing strategies of USC Press, South Carolina’s oldest and largest book publisher, specializing in scholarly humanities and regional trade publications

Apply for the Social Justice Activist Program

August 01, 2017, Jalesa Cooley

The Social Justice Activist Program (SJP), a program through the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs designed to create a network of students, faculty, and staff who acknowledge and actively work to combat bias, is now taking applications for the Fall 2017 cohort.

2017-2018 PAL Fellows named

July 26, 2017, Jalesa Cooley

On Aug. 16, 2017, 26 senior faculty and administrative leaders will begin a yearlong professional development program for the fourth year of UofSC's Pipeline for Academic Leaders program.

Registration for Women's Leadership Institute opens April 3

March 31, 2017, Peggy Binette

At 8 a.m. today, online registration will open for one of the university’s most popular annual events. Based on recent years, it’s expected to fill up in 24 hours. It’s the Women’s Leadership Institute, a free daylong conference of professional and personal development offerings for women in higher education that will take place April 26.

St. Patrick's Day incident at Pour House

March 30, 2017

The university is very concerned about an incident that occurred at Pour House over St. Patrick’s Day weekend. The safety of our students is our biggest concern, and we will continue to work with law enforcement and our neighbors in Five Points to resolve the case.