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Announcements

Faculty, staff can compete in Proving Ground

Held each fall, The Proving Ground is among the top collegiate business plan competitions in the U.S. for prizes and startup support, up from $50,000 last year. As a result of the growing interest and additional sponsor support, The Proving Ground 2014 competition will feature new categories, including ones in which faculty and staff can compete.

Campus renovation plans move forward

USC's Buildings and Grounds Committee approved at its Sept. 12 meeting plans for several building renovation projects.

University offers free test prep workshops

UofSC's Continuing Education offers free test preparation workshops to prepare individuals to take the GMAT, LSAT or GRE each semester.

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

Unfinished business: Professors continue working after retirement

Unfinished business: Professors continue working after retirement

Harvey Starr is currently working on three or four different book projects -- "depending on how you want to count it," he says. "A colleague and I are waiting to hear back about one proposal." He's also overseeing three active dissertations, having just hooded another new Ph.D. this summer. The catch? He officially retired June 30.

Meet new faculty member Seth Stoughton

Meet law professor Seth Stoughton, one of UofSC's newest faculty members. Stoughton comes to Carolina from Florida, but not directly. He got into law from the enforcement side and has moved around the country with his family. Stoughton says he his happy to settle down in Columbia.

Destination: Mars

Destination: Mars

Studying science at a major research university might involve innumerable hours at a laboratory bench, but the experience doesn't have to be geographically limiting. For undergraduate and graduate students in Mike Angel's chemistry group at the University of South Carolina, for example, the work they do in the lab has interplanetary reach.

Gravitational pull

Gravitational pull

It seemed a sure bet that Sharina Haynes was headed for a doctoral degree in physics. But she experienced a gravitational pull in a different direction that led her to the University of South Carolina's history department.

Darla Moore rings open new era for business school

Darla Moore rings open new era for business school

With the ring of a bell, Darla Moore officially opened the new building bearing her name and ushered in a new era for the university's business school. Moore tells the audience at the grand opening event that the building represents her expectations for the school's future: excellence.

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