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Presidential Search Update

The University of South Carolina’s presidential search committee met with representatives from Parker Executive Search on Dec. 13.

Outstanding senior students encouraged to apply for senior awards

Students selected for Outstanding Senior Award will also be considered for more of the university's top undergraduate honors. Online application deadline is Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019 at 4 p.m.

UofSC committee selects executive search firm

The University of South Carolina’s presidential search committee voted unanimously Friday (Dec. 7) to enlist Atlanta-based Parker Executive Search to help identify the successor to President Harris Pastides.

Webinar: Asking for what you need

There are many ways to communicate how you feel to the people in your life. Access this free online seminar starting December 18, and explore how you can use communication to strengthen your personal and professional relationships.

Arbor Day at UofSC Celebration takes place Friday

Note on Arbor Day at UofSC Celebration on Dec. 7.

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

Andy White

The fine scale of time

A site along the Broad River in Fairfield County offers USC archaeologists and students a glimpse into the lives of people who camped along the same riverbank thousands of years ago.

Aalia Soherwardy

Fast track to success

The BARSC-MD program, a joint initiative between the University of South Carolina Honors College and the USC School of Medicine, allows a select group of students to complete an undergraduate degree and their medical degree in just seven years. The students receive conditional acceptance to medical school as freshmen, and then enter medical school after their third year of undergraduate coursework.

Graduate Kailey Flannelly in the Horseshoe

Finding her voice

International travel has changed the course of Kailey Flannelly’s life, both at the beginning of her college career and the end.

Engineering Drone used to clean Eddie

A major dustup

Eddie, a 40-foot-tall statue in Columbia's EdVenture children's museum, has been hard to keep clean. But a team of mechanical engineering students at the University of South Carolina have designed, built and tested a robotic drone that can whisk away the dust bunnies from Eddie's massive body.

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