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Applications being accepted for director of faculty affairs

The Office of the Provost is requesting applications and nominations for the director of faculty affairs. The deadline for applications is Aug. 16.

UofSC to pilot test-optional admissions policy for 2021

Due to testing interruptions caused by COVID-19, students applying for freshman admission to the UofSC Columbia campus will not be required to submit standardized SAT or ACT test scores for the spring, summer or fall 2021 terms.

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

UofSC student Rodriana Gaddy by a brick wall

Early challenges motivate Honors College student's success

Rodrianna Gaddy took her love of learning about different cultures, combined it with her passion to help people and channeled both into her academic path at the University of South Carolina with a double major in international business and human resources management with a minor in Japanese. Gaddy was scheduled to study abroad in Japan this spring. Then COVID-19 hit.

Lydia Carnesale

'This is my community'

Lydia Carnesale knew just where to start to help members of her tight-knit Latino community in northeast Columbia when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. The education Ph.D. candidate had worked five years earlier to help the same community during Columbia’s thousand-year flood event.

Rachel Beanland

Q&A with author Rachel Beanland

The first novel by UofSC almuna Rachel Beanland has been called the perfect summer read and is one of Good Morning America's "25 Novels You'll Want to Read This Summer."

Breakthrough Star: Samuel McQuillin

Breakthrough Star: Samuel McQuillin

Millions of American children have serious mental health and behavioral challenges that could be improved with psychological counseling and support. Samuel McQuillin wants to provide people who work with these children every day — parents, teachers, community- and church-based volunteers — with science-based resources and tools to help.

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