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Submit Course Offerings for the Fall 2021 Climates Theme Semester

Are you a faculty member teaching a Fall 2021 course related to our Climates theme? If so, we invite you to share the details with us for potential promotion as one of our official Theme Semester 2021 course offerings.

Dialogue Series: Ed Talks on Race from Just Talk to Justice

A series of interactive dialogues to discuss race and racism will be faciliated by Dr. Ed Lee, Senior Director of the Barkley Forum for Debate, Deliberation, and Dialogue at Emory University.

Nominate Featured Faculty for Gamecock Teaching Days, March 2 & 3, 2021

Department chairs and program directors can nominate outstanding, innovative faculty to showcase their teaching at the third annual Gamecock Teaching Days.

Course Development Awards for Theme Semester 2021 "Climates"

The Dean's Office and Incubator for Teaching Innovation in the College of Arts and Sciences invite applications for our 2021 Theme Semester Course Development Awards. These awards will provide funding support to develop courses related to our Fall 2021 theme: "Climates." Since our goal is to inspire wide interest and participation among undergraduate students, we encourage proposals for courses at all levels (Carolina Core through 600-level), in any CAS discipline, and of any size (from small seminars to large lectures).

2020-2021 Dean's Initatives

The College is pleased to announce the 2020-2021 Dean's Initiative Programs. These internal grant programs support faculty and student excellence through the college.

2020-2021 CAS Administrative Planning Calendar

The 2020-2021 CAS Administrative Planning Calendar has been updated and posted online.

Nominations Open: 2020-2021 Faculty Awards and 2021 Breakthrough Awards

Nominations are now being accepted for 2020-2021 Faculty Awards (Office of the Provost) and 2021 Breakthrough Awards (Office of Research)


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