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U.S. Women's Open in South Carolina

The world's best female golfers came to South Carolina this month as Charleston hosted the 2019 U.S. Women's Open and UofSC students and alumni were there gaining valuable experience helping run the prestigious event.

June 2019 faculty, staff and alumni notes

Here's a quick list of just a few of the many accomplishments by faculty, staff and alumni in June!

Retailing professor wins Fulbright for work in Uzbekistan

The Fulbright program is one of the most famous and prestigious scholarship programs in the world, with 59 alumni who also have Nobel Prizes and 82 Pulitzer Prize winners. Many people in academia try throughout their career and never win a Fulbright Scholarship. Professor Mark Rosenbaum, chair of the retailing department, now has three.

#SummerGoals Photo Contest!

Share your epic summer experiences for a chance to win the #SummerGoals Photo Contest hosted by the College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management!

Do employee reward programs actually work?

Suppose you were named Employee of the Month, complete with a plaque and your name in the company newsletter. Would it make you more likely to stay with your employer if a better job came along a month later?

Win a trip to New York Fashion Week!

Calling all Gamecock fashionistas! UofSC’s Department of Retailing, UofSC Trademark Licensing and IMG College Licensing are teaming up to send two UofSC students on a free trip to New York City to represent UofSC at New York Fashion Week!

May 2019 faculty, staff and alumni notes

Here’s a quick list of just a few of the accomplishments and milestones from across the college this month!

Hooding and Cording Ceremony May 2019

The College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management celebrated its largest graduating class ever in May 2019. On Friday, May 10 the college held it's Hooding and Cording Ceremony for honors students and graduate students, prior to the university commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 11, 2019.

Graduation dreams come true for UofSC student who overcame rejection

Sometimes success begins with rejection. As a high school senior, Tyler Hall applied to attend the University of South Carolina, but did not make the cut. Some people might have given up on being a Gamecock at that moment, but not Hall.

Five years of hard work leads to two degrees and a prestigious job

It's not at all uncommon for a college student to remain on campus for five years. That's how long Tatiana Allgeyer has been at the UofSC. What makes her time in Columbia exceptional is that in those years she earned not only a bachelor's degree, but also a master's, while working multiple jobs to pay her own way.


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