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Announcements

Six advising secrets for first-year students

If it’s your first term at Carolina, it’s especially important that you make the most of advising and get a successful start toward your degree. We spoke with Drew Newton, assistant director for first-year advising, to find out how.

Student Health Center holds 'Topping Out Ceremony'

A 22-foot steel beam was raised into place on the new Student Health Center Monday (Sep. 20), in a celebration honoring the project team and crew members of Rodgers Builders. 

New students helping the Carolina community

For the second year, the Office of New Student Orientation hosted the Community Service Project. Students and guests were asked to bring food and school supplies during their summer orientation sessions to help the Columbia community. The Community Service Project was started last year as a way of introducing the incoming students to the value of community service.

UofSC launches bold health sciences initiative

As the Southeast’s most comprehensive health sciences teaching and research institution, the University of South Carolina will build on its nationally recognized programs in medicine, nursing, social work, public health, pharmacy, biochemistry, business, computing and others, as well as its unique partnerships with health care providers throughout the state, to create the premier health sciences experience for both undergraduate and graduate students.

Gain experience, give back at CreateAthon

Volunteers are needed for CreateAthon, an October event where students, faculty, staff and community volunteers stay awake for 24 hours, creating advertising and marketing communications materials to meet the needs of local nonprofits.

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Stories for Students

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After the Flood: Stages of loss and resilience

Immediately following the October 2015 flood in South Carolina, USC researchers began looking at issues related to the once-in-a-lifetime catastrophe. In Part 3 of our "after the flood" series, we look at stages of loss and resilience.

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PASOs: Step by step

Julie Smithwick began laying the groundwork for PASOs as part of a field placement project for her master’s in social work in 2005. Now based at the Arnold School of Public Health, the statewide organization provides health care education and resource navigation to 8,500 Latinos a year and boasts a budget of $1.3 million.

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