Memo from Provost Gabel
All University of South Carolina system institutions will be closed through the end of the spring semester. Columbia campus virtual instruction will continue through the end of the Summer II semester (Aug 1). Details can be found on the coronavirus landing page.
This collaborative program sponsored by the Southeastern Conference (SEC) provides assistance to faculty members who have existing or new partnerships with colleagues at other SEC member universities.
The program's goal is to enhance collaboration that stimulates scholarly initiatives between SEC universities, and by accessing SEC grants, faculty members have more opportunities to exchange ideas, develop grant proposals and conduct research in their areas of interest.
See the SEC Faculty Travel Grant website.
Memo from Provost Gabel
Program guidelines, procedures, and list of SEC member universities
Most frequently asked administrative questions
The SEC Travel Grant program provides travel support for participating faculty members from the Columbia Campus to collaborate with colleagues at other SEC member institutions.
|Jesse Kass, Assistant Professor||Arts & Sciences, Mathematics||University of Georgia|
|Sophya Garashchuk, Associate Professor||Arts & Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry||University of Tennessee-Knoxville|
|Greg Stuart, Assistant Professor||Music||University of Tennessee|
|Armen Shaomian, Assistant Professor||HRSM, Sport and Entertainment Management||University of Georgia, University of Kentucky|
|Jason O'Kane, Associate Professor||Computer Science and Engineering||Texas A&M|
|Thomas Crocker, Professor||Law||Vanderbilt University|
|Gregory Springer, Assistant Professor||Music||University of Missouri-Columbia|
2016-17 visiting faculty from other universities will be posted soon.
|Patrick Frantom||University of Alabama||Chemistry|
|Elizabeth Hibberd||University of Alabama||Athletic Training|
|Francine Parker||Auburn University||Nursing|
|Robin Vanderpool||University of Kentucky||Health Behavior|
|Daniel Shanahan||Louisiana State University||Music|
|James Cizdziel||University of Mississippi||Chemistry|
|Hillary Herndon||University of Tennessee||Music|
|Lisa Mason||University of Tennessee||Social Work|
|Michael Hodges||Vanderbilt University||Philosophy|
Lucy Annang Ingram, University of Georgia, Public Health
Heather Brandt, University of Kentucky, Health Behavior
Daniel Jenkins, Vanderbilt University, Music Theorist
Jennifer Parker-Harley, Vanderbilt University, Flute
Michael Harley, Vanderbilt University, Bassoon
John Grady, University of Florida, Sport Law and Risk Management
Herman Knopf, University of Florida, Early Childhood Development
Susan Bon, University of Mississippi, Education and Disability Law
Douglas Meade, Texas A&M University, Mathematics
Lara Anderson, University of Florida, Linguistics
Khalid Ballouli, Texas A&M University, Sports Marketing
Brandon Bookstaver, Auburn University, Pharmacy
Holly Crocker, Vanderbilt University, Gender Studies
Michael Harley, University of Mississippi, Music
Eva Monsma, University of Georgia, Physical Education
Sara Schwebel, University of Florida, English
Sean Yee, University of Missouri, Math
Elaine Chun, University of Kentucky, Linguistics Program
John Lavigne, Texas A&M University, Mechanical Engineering
Toni Torres-McGehee, University of Alabama, Department of Health Science
Susan Yeargin, University of Arkansas, Human Performance Laboratory