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Intramural Sports still active during the summer

Campus Recreation is holding registrations throughout the summer for intramural 4v4 outdoor soccer, 4v4 sand volleyball and 5v5 Ultimate Frisbee teams.

New options for sharing preferred names, personal pronouns

As part of the university’s ongoing efforts to promote a more inclusive campus environment, students, faculty and staff can now add preferred names and personal pronouns to their information. Individuals can do so by logging into myaccount.sc.edu.

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

Melissa Moss

Mungo undergrad teaching award winner: Melissa Moss

As a professor of chemical and biomedical engineering, Melissa Moss combines both engineering theory and hands-on learning in the classroom. She was chosen as a Mungo undergraduate teaching award winner.

Yi Wang

Breakthrough Star: Yi Wang

Simulation and computing is a mainstay in engineering design, a mathematical modeling process that allows engineers to predict the behavior of a machine or system in real-world conditions. But if the datasets are huge and complex, modeling can take days or even weeks to sort out. That’s why Yi Wang is using a method called reduced-order models to speed things up.

Film character Lady of Guadalupe in pink and lace dress and blue shawl over her head

'Lady of Guadalupe' avoids tough truths

The film “Lady of Guadalupe” available on many streaming services, mixes a fictional retelling of the 16th-century appearance of the Virgin Mary to a Mexican peasant named Juan Diego with the tale of a wholly fictional 21st-century reporter. Professor of Spanish and comparative literature Rebecca Janzen writes in The Conversation although the film portrays the story of the Virgin of Guadalupe for a broad audience, ultimately itsanitizes the real-life brutality of the Church toward Indigenous peoples in the 16th century.

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