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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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Announcements

Register for the Southeastern Student Conduct Institute

The 2nd Southeastern Student Conduct Institute will be on Tuesday, June 16 at the University of South Carolina. This affordable professional development experience is an opportunity for housing and conduct administrators, student of concern teams and academic integrity professionals to get together to discuss best practices.

Take part in Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and the campaign theme for 2015 is "It's Time to Act. Safer Campuses. Brighter Futures. Prevent Sexual Violence." Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention & Prevention wants to emphasize the importance of consent, acknowledge accountable bystanders and raise awareness about sexual assault and violence.

Carolina Recycling hosting E-Waste Drive

As part of RecycleMania, Carolina Recycling is hosting an E-Waste Drive to collect unwanted personal electronics for recycling from university students, faculty and staff, as well as the Columbia community.

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

ACE of Coker basement

ACE of Coker basement

The high-tech teaching facility in the basement of the Coker Life Sciences building -- the ACE lab -- doesn't involve novice cardsharps learning the latest in sleight-of-hand. There's a much more serious kind of training going on in the South Carolina College of Pharmacy's Aseptic Compounding Experience laboratory.

Passion for programming

Passion for programming

CS First, created by a Google team in South Carolina, is a curriculum geared for children in grades 4 through 8 that’s organized around themes such as art or game design and includes easy-to-use programming software called Scratch. JameSue Goodman, the project lead, is a 1997 Carolina grad who took her first computer science course in her last semester of college.

5 questions for the maestro

5 questions for the maestro

Maestro Donald Portnoy answers a few questions about his conducting career. Portnoy is a 2015 Elizabeth O'Neill Verner Award recipient.

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