Felipe Thomaz is a native of Sao Paulo, Brazil, and brings a "family tradition" of marketing and sales to his position as an associate professor of marketing at the Darla Moore School of Business.
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In recognition of their innovative approaches to music and photography, two University of South Carolina professors have been awarded 2014 Jasper Awards.
The Russell House Bookstore will give faculty and staff members (with a CarolinaCard) a 20 percent discount Dec. 17-19 on all purchases.
In today's technology-centric world, data breach is a very real threat. Not only is the university a target for cyber criminals, but individuals are a frequent target as well.
Interested in making a change? Enjoy talking about social justice issues? Join the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs Social Justice Activist Program and create a community among students, faculty and staff to combat bias within the UofSC community.
The presidents of 12 University of South Carolina student organizations recently denounced online incivility, particularly the offensive anonymous comments that flourish on some social networks.
Health communication researchers from an array of disciplines are teaming up with the Richland County (S.C.) Library to help give people information about the Affordable Care Act. The law, also known as Health Care Reform and Obamacare, has some requirements that people need to know to make health care, insurance and financial decisions.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush told University of South Carolina graduates to find joy and serve others. Bush and former ambassador to the Bahamas Ned Siegel received honorary degrees during fall commencement.
UofSC's Facilities Landscaping team staffs a tree maintenance crew to keep the campus trees beautiful, sustainable, and most importantly, safe. With more than 7,000 trees from about 80 species on the Columbia campus, the team has their work cut out for them to keep Carolina a Tree Campus USA. We caught up with the team to find out how they keep campus green.
At one point in Laura Kissel’s newest film a shopping cart rolls through aisles of low-priced blouses, slacks, jackets and sweaters. It’s a critical scene in “Cotton Road,” an award-winning documentary, that follows the journey of American-grown cotton across the Pacific Ocean to textile and clothing manufacturers in China, and the return trip of dresses, pants, socks and underwear that end up in retail outlets across the U.S.