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Kailey Gregrow

A decorative timeline

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.

economic outlook conference

UofSC economists say SC economy to remain strong in 2018

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.

Child and Family Studies

A case for good training

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.

Ms. Schriro works with student in math class

Bridging the gap, supporting our teachers

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.

South Caroliniana library

Anonymously yours

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.

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In the News

"Who wants a raise? Economists say 2018 could be the year S.C. workers get one”

(Feat. Joseph Von Nessen, economics) --Post and Courier

Slight rock shift quakes Pageland

(Feat. Thomas Owens, School of Earth, Ocean and Environment) --Pageland Progressive Journal

"Twitter may help restore sense of well-being after a bad day”

(Feat. Eva Buechel, marketing) --Yahoo.news

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