My Arts and Sciences is the information resource page for current College of Arts
and Sciences' faculty and staff members, and students. This page is here to provide
you with the information that you need. If you have any questions, please contact
us at 803-777-7161
Whether it's printing, digital signage, technology support, computer lab reservations
or just about any other technology issue you can think of, these are your folks. CAS
Computing and Information Technology provides technical resources to supplement and
compliment UTS in order to achieve the goals of the college in a timely and efficient
Faculty and Staff
Visit the Faculty and Staff Gateway for email access and important employment information. The Office of the Provost provides detailed information for faculty during their careers here at the University
of South Carolina. Information on benefits, policies and procedures, and training
can be found through Human Resources.
Funding Opportunity for Junior Tenure-Track Faculty
The University of South Carolina has been invited to submit an application to the 2019 Pew Biomedical Scholars Program. The program honors one assistant professor with a $300,000, 4 year award for research in the biomedical sciences.
2018 Campus Climate Survey
What do you REALLY think? Students, faculty and staff, we want to know your thoughts on the University - are we living up to the values of the Carolina Creed?
Incubator for Teaching Innovation Applications
The Incubator is accepting applications for fall 2018 innovative teaching associates. Applications are due April 2, 2018.
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As we prepare to make much-needed improvements and enhancements to the CAS website,
we seek your input and invite you to attend one of the following open discussion sessions:
Thurs., 11/29, 1-2pm, Petigru College, Room 321 Thurs., 12/6, 1-2pm, Gambrell Hall, Room 003
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This annual award honors the University of South Carolina's most exceptional faculty
who demonstrate an ongoing commitment to best teaching practices and an ongoing record
of developing innovative strategies to enhance student learning in their courses.
Nominations are due February 1, 2019
December 7: Last Day of Classes
December 8: Reading Day
December 10-17: Final Examinations
December 17: Commencement
January 14: Classes Begin