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The editorial staff encourages submission of story ideas for both the print and electronic versions of USC TIMES. To submit a story idea to a TIMES writer, go to the "Contact Us" page for information about writers and the academic areas they cover.

PUBLICATION SCHEDULE FOR PRINT EDITION

USC TIMES is published 20 times a year in printed form and distributed to the faculty and staff of the University of South Carolina by the Department of University Publications, Laurence W. Pearce, director.

Print publication dates for the 2010 calendar year are:

Jan.
21

Feb.
4

Feb.
18

March
4

March
25

April
8

April
22

May
6

May
27

June
17

July
15

Aug.
5

Aug.
27

Sept.
9

Sept.
23

Oct.
7

Oct.
21

Nov.
4

Nov.
18

Dec.
9


Faculty and staff who wish to submit information for a print edition should do so 11 working days before the publication date.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES FOR PRINT EDITION

Calendar of Events

The USC TIMES calendar welcomes submissions of listings for campus events. Listings should include a name and phone number so staff members can follow up if necessary. E-mail calendar listings to: jwj@mailbox.sc.edu. Items can also be sent to TIMES Calendar at University Publications, 920 Sumter St., or faxed to 777-8212. If you have questions, call Jane Jeffcoat at 777-8161. The deadline for receipt of information is 11 days prior to the publication date of issue.

Faculty/Staff TIMES Listings

USC TIMES publishes information concerning scholarly publications and presentations by faculty and staff in its print version. These listings include published books, book chapters, articles, presentations at state-wide, regional, national, or international conferences, and other listings, including special awards and honors. E-mail Faculty/Staff TIMES listings to: chorn@sc.edu.

Submissions for books authored or edited by USC faculty and staff should follow this format:

John Baynes, chemistry and biochemistry, and M.H. Dominiczak, Bioquimica Medica, Harcourt Brace, Troy, Mo.

Submissions for book chapters authored by USC faculty or staff should follow this format:

Cynthia Colbert, art, and Martha Taunton (University of Massachusetts at Amherst), "Art in the Early Childhood Classroom: Authentic Experiences and Extended Dialogue," Promoting Meaningful Learning, N.J. Yelland, editor, National Association for the Education of the Young, Washington, D.C.

Submissions for articles authored by USC faculty or staff should follow this format:

Peter G. Murphy, English and Spanish, Union, "Native American Representation in William Gilmore Simms's 'The Yemassee,'" The Simms Review.

Submissions for professional presentations made by faculty and staff should follow this format:

Richard Clodfelter, retailing, "Strategies to Improve Pricing Accuracy at Retail Stores That Use Scanners," Society for Marketing Advances, Jackson, Miss.