For College of Pharmacy professor Celeste Caulder, every day should bring some new piece of knowledge. One of Caulder’s key goals is to teach her students in the classroom and during their clinical rotations how to be lifelong learners. They will need that ability to learn something new every day as they venture into the field of pharmacy where there is not always one single right solution to a problem.
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Events on Tuesday around College St. will close all metered parking around Close-Hipp throughout the day. Campus community members should find alternate parking like in the Barnwell St. lot (AD7) and take the North Loop shuttle that drops off at Close-Hipp.
The Hootie & the Blowfish concerts Wednesday-Friday (Sept. 11-13) will affect faculty and staff parking around Colonial Life Arena.
UofSC announces a search for the position of Faculty Principal of the Capstone Scholars living-learning residential community of students.
As move-in begins for Gamecocks across campus, the University of South Carolina’s Postal Services group is altering its normal routine.
Two weeks into his job with the athletics department, Justin Stoll crafted some of the most iconic words in Gamecock football history. Nine years later, he plays an even larger role in multimedia productions, but he also is working on his master's degree in library and information science.
If you think you hate statistics or they make you nervous, you might just be the perfect student for Amanda Fairchild. The associate professor of psychology is out to demystify statistics for University of South Carolina master’s and Ph.D. candidates, who need Fairchild’s courses to complete their degrees but do not always see themselves as numbers people.
Fox introduced theater audiences to its version of the newsreel in 1919. 100 years later, the University of South Carolina’s extensive collection of these newsreels is helping researchers better understand life from the end of World War I through D-Day.