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Announcements

Core Fulbright Scholar Program competition is now open

The core competition for 2017-2018 academic year is now open. Nearly 500 teaching, research or combination awards are available in over 125 countries. Interested faculty and professionals must apply by August 1, 2016.

UofSC sweeps governor's science awards

University of South Carolina researchers took home four prizes at Monday’s 2016 Governor’s Awards for Excellence in Science, a clean sweep for Carolina in all categories. The prizes, presented by Lt. Gov. Henry McMaster at a Statehouse ceremony, have been awarded to top South Carolina researchers since 1989 and are designed to celebrate achievement in an array of scientific fields.

Administrative Professionals Conference

In celebration of Administrative Professionals Week, the Office of Organizational & Professional Development would like to invite administrative employees to attend the Administrative Professionals Conference on Friday, April 29 from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at The Campus Room, Capstone House, 902 Barnwell Street.

TIAA-CREF offers free financial counseling

Are you confident that you are properly investing your savings? Get help meeting your financial goals by scheduling a free appointment with a TIAA-CREF consultant! Call 800-732-8353 to schedule your appointment during their next visit on May 3, 4 and 5.

Nordstrom Snapchat Challenge comes to campus

Nordstrom will set up a makeshift department store on campus on April 12 thanks to the efforts of HRSM students.

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

Sharon DeWitte (right) and Samantha Yaussy

A skeletal marker of physiological stress might indicate good, rather than poor, health

Biological anthropologist Sharon DeWitte (right) studies ancient skeletons that can open a window onto the human history she hopes to illuminate. But as she and graduate student Samantha Yaussy show in a recently published study, some of the markers on the skeletons that scientists use to decipher the past might need to be looked at in a new light.

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Sail away

Five years ago, there was no Gamecock Sailing Club. Today, there’s an active club with up to 80-plus members during any given semester. Meanwhile, the club’s president, a senior finance major who graduates this week, hopes to turn her passion into a career in the sailing industry.

Eugenes

Molding a creative life

Rosa and Winton Eugene married in 1968 and moved from South Carolina to Chicago and back home again, with careers in carpentry, nursing, carpet installation and farming along the way. But it’s the work they are doing now – making elegant, functional pottery in their Upstate studio – that has brought them attention. Each will be awarded an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree at commencement.

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After the flood

When a 1,000-year deluge inundated the city of Columbia, University of South Carolina students rolled up their sleeves.

Tim Mousseau

Chernobyl, three decades on

The Chernobyl disaster struck 30 years ago. The devastating radiation spill created a huge radio-ecological laboratory where biological sciences professor Tim Mousseau and colleagues have been studying the effects of radiation on organisms since 2000.

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