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Broadcasting alumna returns to campus

Join College Republicans and College Democrats on April 26 for a morning of respectful debate and the chance to watch a live TV production in action.

My Carolina affinity group nominations

My Carolina Alumni Association is seeking engaged alumni to fill vacant leadership positions on the Black Alumni Council, Veterans Alumni Council and Young Alumni Council.

Abandoned Bike Collection on May 31

On May 31, Parking and Transportation Services will collect any abandoned bikes on campus.

Lot Closings for April 13 Weekend

Three parking lots are closing for maintenance for the April 13 weekend. Check to see if you will be affected.

RSVP for the Student Employee Appreciation Luncheon

Student employees and supervisors are reminded to RSVP for the Student Employee Appreciation Luncheon, to be held April 11 at noon.

2018 Campus Climate Survey

Watch your university inbox for information on how to complete the 2018 Campus Climate Survey. Your feedback will help the university learn about what is working and what needs to be improved.

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Faculty and Staff Events

Food for Fines

Monday, Apr. 23, 2018

Food for Fines

Tuesday, Apr. 24, 2018

Flex-App that Applies Assoc. Learning Theory w. Gamification Targeting Non-Conscious Physical Activity ...

Tuesday, Apr. 24, 2018

Location: See event description for more details.

Food for Fines

Wednesday, Apr. 25, 2018

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

Parastoo Hashemi

Breakthrough Star: Parastoo Hashemi

Parastoo Hashemi wants to know what's going on inside our heads — neurochemically speaking, that is — and she and her research team are well on their way toward figuring out how to do it. Her pioneering research on measuring neurochemical levels in the brain have far-reaching implications for treatment of depression and other neurological conditions such as Parkinson's disease.

Awards Day winners

UofSC honors top students at Awards Day

The university its top student honors, the Algernon Sydney Sullivan and Steven N. Swanger awards, to four graduating seniors during the university’s annual Awards Day ceremony Thursday on the historic Horseshoe.

William Benitez

Beyond addiction

For USC senior William Benitez, graduating with his bachelor’s means more than just completing a degree. The former addict once thought he’d never get out of a jail cell.

Tanvir Farouk

Cool burn

Tanvir Farouk, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering in the College of Engineering and Computing, studies combustion and plasma processes and has conducted research aimed at making natural gas turbines burn more cleanly and efficiently.

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