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Announcements

Free yourself: getting organized

A clean home and workplace allows you to be more productive and experience less stress. Get organized and become clutter free this semester by taking part in an online seminar courtesy of your Employee Assistance Program.

Student Leadership and Diversity Conference

The Student Leadership and Diversity Conference, a networking event that allows students, faculty and staff to explore issues in diversity and student leadership, will take place on Feb. 3.

UofSC joins Samsung to develop advanced appliances

The University of South Carolina is joining Samsung Electronics America to develop the next generation of advanced appliances at the company's new plant in Newberry, South Carolina.

Faculty/staff lots grow with addition of FS11 by Colonial Life Arena

The University of South Carolina has added over 90 parking spaces to its capacity with the addition of a new lot near Colonial Life Arena.

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

Freedom and justice for all

This year marks the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination, and the University of South Carolina’s Black Law Students Association intends to mark the occasion with a film screening of "Rikers: An American Jail" and a community forum.

michael westbrook

Making a big impact

As a first-generation college student, Michael Westbrook says his Carolina education was “100 percent self-funded.” That’s why Westbrook chose the athletics department when he was looking to make a gift to the school that gave him so much.

Will Sharp

From Ph.D. to M.D.

Will Sharp, who earned his M.D. and Ph.D. at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine, draws on both degrees as an emergency room doctor and researcher at the University of Chicago.

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