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The community's new Intersection

Located in the basement of the Russell House’s west wing, multicultural student organizations and programs have a new place to call home. The former Off-Campus Student Lounge has been transformed into the Intersection: Multicultural Student Lounge.

New app tracks Carolina Shuttle

Plan your campus travel with precision and confidence with clear, up-to-the-minute shuttle arrival predictions.

Additional parking option

An additional parking option is available for students, faculty and staff during the fall 2016 semester.

Education alumna to receive teaching award at White House

College of Education alumna Jennifer Wise is a recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

Claudia Benitez-Nelson

Fukushima, 5 years on

Marine scientist Claudia Benitez-Nelson and a team of international colleagues recently published a review of the state of the oceans five years after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster. The same team is working to help fellow researchers develop the unique skill set required to track radiological spills in the ocean.

LBJ white house tapes reveal secrets for today's candidates

What would LBJ say to Trump, Clinton?

UofSC history professor and political historian Kent Germany will speak Sept. 1 about President Lyndon B. Johnson’s White House tapes and what advice LBJ would give today’s presidential candidates.


Freshman Council offers pathway to leadership

When Julia Frazier first came to the University of South Carolina, she wasn’t sure how she would fit in. Four years later, she's a leader on campus, helping other students find their place in Student Government and the university community as co-adviser of the Freshman Council.

swamp fox

21st century fox hunt

Archaeologist Steve Smith is continuing to pursue his lifelong fascination with one of South Carolina’s most famous Revolutionaries, Francis Marion, the Swamp Fox. Smith and colleagues are investigating Fort Motte, the Colonial plantation where Marion and “Light Horse” Harry Lee won a major victory against the British.

Andrew Greytak

Nanotechnology you can see

Consumers are getting a dose of something new with quantum dots, a nanomaterial that is rendering particularly rich colors on some recently released TVs, computer displays and e-readers. The department of chemistry and biochemistry’s Andrew Greytak, an innovator in the field, is working to push the nanotechnology’s reach even further.

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