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Announcements

Several events to affect evening traffic, parking around arena district

Basketball games at Colonial Life Arena, the Broadway in Columbia two-night run of Anastasia and Vista Lights will affect traffic and parking for faculty, staff and the university community on Nov. 17 and 18.

Spring 2022 textbook adoption due

With the first day of class 10 weeks away, the time is now to get your textbook and material options to the bookstore.

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

King Curry

December grad drawn to UofSC by summer program

It was a summer experience while King Curry was a student at Ashley Ridge High School in Summerville, South Carolina, that led him to choose the top-ranked Darla Moore School of Business for college. He will graduate in December with a degree in operations and supply chain management and already has a job lined up.

Ismael Delgado, graduating senior 2021

Biochemistry major, December graduate parlays lab skills into job

College life has been a quite a ride for Ismael Delgado, who switched campuses, changed majors, flipped his bike, broke his collarbone, fell in love with scuba diving — and studied abroad in South Korea during the pandemic. And if all of that weren’t enough, Delgado managed to turn his passion for laboratory research into a regular job in a COVID-testing lab and developed career plans for after graduation this December.

Adel Nasiri

New faculty spotlight: Adel Nasiri

Adel Nasiri joined the University of South Carolina as a distinguished professor of electrical engineering in August, following a 16-year career at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. His research on energy conversion, microgrids and batteries has taken on added import as sustainability, efficiency and resilience efforts ramp up during the age of climate change.

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