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2019 Awards Day Recipient Listing

The President’s Awards, Steven N. Swanger Leadership Award and the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Awards were presented at the annual University Awards Day, held April 18 on the historic Horseshoe. More than 200 Carolina students were honored at this annual celebration.

Rave Guardian app updates

The UofSC public safety office urges students, faculty, staff and all other users to update their Rave Guardian app.

Reception for Provost Gabel

Faculty and staff are invited to a reception for Provost Joan Gabel on Monday, May 6.

UofSC names interim chief communications officer

Sally McKay, a veteran communicator with deep ties to the University of South Carolina and the Midlands community, has been selected to serve as interim university chief communications officer and interim director of the Office of Communications and Public Affairs.

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

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UofSC honors top students at Awards Day

The University of South Carolina presented its top student honors, the Algernon Sydney Sullivan and Steven N. Swanger awards, to three graduating seniors during the university’s annual Awards Day ceremony Thursday on the historic Horseshoe.

doris browne, medical oncologist

Working together to find solutions

The immediate past president of the National Medical Association will deliver the keynote address at the 12th annual James E. Clyburn Health Disparities Lecture on April 23.

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Hollings' legacy lives on at UofSC

As political leaders pay final respects this week to former U.S. Sen. Ernest “Fritz” Hollings, who died April 6 at age 97, the University of South Carolina community has much to reflect on in its myriad connections with one of the state’s most beloved public servants.

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