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Announcements

Free retirement counseling

Vendors from the Empower Retirement and TIAA-CREF programs will be on campus in July for one-on-one retirement counseling sessions.

Sign up for multifactor authentication to access university systems

On Monday (June 5) multifactor authentication will be required to access many university systems. Be sure to complete the following steps to enroll in Duo Security.

Garden Grill open for the summer

Support the students of the School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management (HRTM) this summer and enjoy a lunch at the Garden Grill.

Free retirement counseling

Free one-on-one retirement counseling is still available by consultants of the TIAA-CREF and Empower Retirement programs.

UofSC students named Fulbright finalists for the 16th year

The University of South Carolina will be represented abroad by our seven Fulbright US Student grantees for the 16th consecutive year as they conduct research, study and serve as English Teaching Assistants.

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

Sharon DeWitte

Black Death's detective

Armed with a new NSF grant, anthropologist Sharon DeWitte is embarking on research that builds on nearly 15 years of studying the Black Death and will create a new approach to understanding a population’s vulnerability to infectious disease. UofSC caught up with DeWitte to discuss how she decodes death.

Alumnus Allan McLeland has climbed Mount Everest and swum the English Channel

Channeling his inner drive

University of South Carolina alumnus Allan McLeland is in a pretty exclusive club. He’s one of seven people who have swum the English Channel and climbed Mount Everest. He braved the rough, cold waters off England in 2008 and reaching the summit of the world’s tallest mountain this past May.

Student works on reading

The hidden parents of South Carolina

Raised by a Cuban father and Colombian mother in Boston, Massachusetts, Julia López-Robertson experienced first-hand the challenges that come with being a member of an underrepresented population in America. Now as a professor in the College of Education, she is helping other Latino families through her research and outreach.

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