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Welcome to your one-stop shop for all the links faculty and staff members use most. You can check your email, find forms for student advising, check out your benefits or find the internal Web pages for your specific unit or division. To find what you need, browse the categories below, click on the plus sign to display links within that category and select the link you want.

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Become an LGBT facilitator

LGBT Programs in the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs is currently recruiting Safe Zone workshop facilitators for the 2015-2016 academic year. Safe Zone facilitators are faculty, staff and graduate students from across the UofSC campus.

Become a Wellness Ambassador

Campus Wellness is recruiting Wellness Ambassadors for the 2015-2016 academic year and want faculty and staff members to become an Ambassador for departments and offices across campus. A Wellness Ambassador is a university staff member with a commitment to health that serves as a champion for employee wellness.

Center announces agreement with South African university

The National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition has announced an affiliate agreement with the University of Johannesburg in South Africa.

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

Inspired to give

Inspired to give

Steven Gantt's great-grandmother and Bryant White's grandfather are no longer around -- but the commitment they inspired to giving back would make them both proud.

Creating access: Digital Collections celebrates 10 years

Creating access: Digital Collections celebrates 10 years

When Kate Boyd first entered the library profession, there weren't many libraries in the digital world. But a class project in graduate school led Boyd to discover a new realm for information science and, eventually, to University Libraries at the University of South Carolina.



Biologist Jennifer Fill's doctoral research may help identify surrogate habitats for the eastern diamondback rattlesnake's dwindling numbers. A famous emblem of revolutionary-era America featured on the “Don’t Tread on Me” flag, the eastern diamondback has had its habitat reduced to just three percent of what it was when Europeans first arrived.

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