Inspired by the popular photography social media app VSCO, the student uses her own money to purchase buckets of flowers, which she then “drops” around campus, inviting passersby to take one for themselves or pass one along to someone else.
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With Tropical Storm Ian forecast to hit South Carolina, the university’s Parking and Transportation Services has made the following adjustments to parking until Monday (Oct. 3):
A panel of alumni will speak about unique challenges and opportunities for students of color as they enter the workforce.
This one-day retreat with UofSC President Michael Amiridis is a chance for students to share their perspectives, generate new ideas and help elevate the South Carolina experience even further.
Tammi Richardson, a marine biologist who studies phytoplankton, received the university’s top teaching award the Michael J. Mungo Distinguished Professor of the Year for 2022.
When someone mentions a “banana republic,” they’re referring to a small, poor, politically unstable country that is weak because of an excessive reliance on one crop and foreign funding. Associate professor of political science Matthew Wilson writes for The Conversation about the use of the term over time.
Thomas Hodges has been selected as dean of the University of South Carolina College of Education, effective Oct. 15. Among his priorities are further strengthening the college’s internal culture, increasing outreach across the state and diversifying the state’s teachers to better reflect the demographic makeup of South Carolina.