The Pastides are celebrating their 10th holiday season in the President’s House, and part of the house’s extensive decorations this year are 30 hand-painted ornaments that celebrate some of the university’s milestone accomplishments of the past decade.
what's happening @UofSC
Palmetto State residents can expect the stability of the state's economy to continue in 2018, according to University of South Carolina economists at the Darla Moore School of Business. Their forecast was presented at the Annual Economic Outlook Conference.
South Carolina’s Department of Social Services works with families in some pretty tough situations, but they don’t have to go it alone — thanks to support from USC’s Center for Child and Family Studies.
The College of Education recently launched a new program aimed at increasing teacher retention and success in the classroom by providing three additional years of support to new teachers after graduation.
Thanks to a $5 million gift to the university from an anonymous donor, the country’s oldest freestanding academic library is getting a needed renovation. Work is well underway at the South Caroliniana, with all of the materials moved to the Thomas Cooper Library and other sites around campus.
U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Stephen Breyer will be the guest speaker at the University of South Carolina’s winter commencement exercises Dec. 18.
(Feat. Joseph Von Nessen, economics) --Post and Courier
(Feat. Thomas Owens, School of Earth, Ocean and Environment) --Pageland Progressive Journal
(Feat. Eva Buechel, marketing) --Yahoo.news
--Columbia Regional Business Report
Gateway to adventure
Whether heights, spiders or dark corners, we all have fears that need facing. Students in the Capstone Scholars program are encouraged to address their fears head-on and realize their potential through the Personal Challenge — a pillar of the Capstone experience that requires students to step out of their comfort zones and try something new.
UofSC institute finds solutions to help vulnerable familiies
The USC Institute for Families in Society has a simple goal — find solutions to help vulnerable families in South Carolina. But the work, much like the issues faced by families, can be anything but simple.
The karate kids
The martial arts craze of the 1970s had hundreds of students signing up for Carolina's karate course. Many of those students including Keith Vitali and his younger brother, Steve, competed successfully in tournaments around the country, making Columbia and the University of South Carolina an important center of karate competition.
The names of enslaved workers and acknowledgement of their contributions at the University of South Carolina during its antebellum era are now immortalized on two bronze historic markers that will be unveiled in a ceremony Dec. 5 at Rutledge Chapel on the Horseshoe.
Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017
Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017
Ongoing through Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018
Location: McMaster College
Friday, Jan. 26, 2018
Location: School of Music 206
Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018
Location: See Description for Event Location.