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2017-2018 PAL Fellows named

On Aug. 16, 2017, 26 senior faculty and administrative leaders will begin a yearlong professional development program for the fourth year of UofSC's Pipeline for Academic Leaders program.

Registration for Service Saturday now open

Registration for the first Service Saturday, to be held Aug. 26, is now open.

Graduate school open house

Graduate Directors and Program Administrators are invited to an open house on Sept. 15.

RSVP for solar eclipse training sessions

Those volunteering for the solar eclipse activities are encouraged to attend a training session on Wed., July 19.

Parents Weekend call for proposals

Campus offices, departments and colleges can get involved in Parents Weekend, Oct. 6-8, by hosting events for students' family members.

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

D.J. Bron

From trooper to magistrate, with help from Palmetto College

With his newly earned degree from the University of South Carolina Upstate, D.J. Bron traded in his S.C. Highway Patrol uniform for a magistrate’s robe this summer. It's a position he couldn't have imagined without Palmetto College, part of the university system that offers online bachelor’s degree completion programs.

Claudia Grillo

The hunger game

Hunger is one of our basic urges. To better understand it and the implications for obesity, School of Medicine researcher Claudia Grillo is using a National Science Foundation grant to study an obscure neural circuit that drives hunger.


When tracking math students doesn't add up

Education professor Rhonda Jeffries and graduate student Hope Reed wanted to close the achievement gap for underrepresented students, specifically those tracked to be in remedial classes. So, they took a risk with a group of freshman students at Blythewood High School and conducted a secret experiment of sorts that proved to be powerful.

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