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Purple Heart parking initiative launched

Purple Heart recipients, those who have given so much while serving in the United States military, get access to better parking thanks to a new initiative from the University of South Carolina.

President Caslen to host outdoor Monday meetings

President Bob Caslen will be holding an open office hour and conducting a series of public staff meetings on Monday, Oct. 21 from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. outside the Russell House on Greene Street.

Fall 2019 Maxcy Visiting Fellow

The Fall 2019 Maxcy Visiting Fellow, Djamila Riberio, will present a lecture on "Black Feminism in Brazil" on Oct. 30 in the Russell House Theater at 8 p.m.

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

A large tiger made by engineering students ablaze while spectators watch.

Tiger Burn has long history of fueling UofSC-Clemson rivalry

On Nov. 25, students will gather around a carefully engineered and constructed 20-foot wood-and-paper tiger — and set it aflame. The tradition known as Tiger Burn happens every year during Rivalry Week in advance of the football game between the South Carolina Gamecocks and the Clemson Tigers.

Kathy Carroll

Alumna takes reins as president of national school librarians association

School librarian Kathy Carroll likes to be in the middle of the action and that’s where she finds herself every day, whether it’s helping students at Westwood High School in Blythewood or advocating for her profession as president-elect of the American Association of School Librarians.

Portrait of Thomas Nathaniel

Garnet Apple Award: Thomas Nathaniel

You won’t find Thomas Nathaniel’s clinical neuroscience students passively watching PowerPoint lecture slides or their professor droning at a lectern. That’s because Nathaniel, a professor at the University of South Carolina’s School of Medicine-Greenville, takes a different approach to teaching and learning.

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