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April 26, 2022, Dana Woodward
The University of South Carolina will welcome thousands of new alumni from across the system in a series of commencement ceremonies, which conclude with three Columbia campus events at the Colonial Life Arena. The ceremonies will recognize bachelor’s, master’s and professional degree recipients.
March 18, 2022, Dana Woodward
Four of the Board’s committees met on Thursday (March 17). During the meeting, the Advancement, Engagement and Communications committee elected alumni representative Robin Roberts as the new committee chair.
December 06, 2021, Dana Woodward
Thousands of students will earn their degrees at the University of South Carolina’s annual fall commencement ceremony held Monday, Dec. 13 at the Colonial Life Arena. The ceremony, which begins at 2:30 p.m., will include graduates from associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s and professional degree programs across the USC system.
June 25, 2021, Dana Woodward
The Board of Trustees met on Friday (June 25). Here's a look at the actions they took during the meeting.
June 09, 2021, Dana Woodward
The Presidential Candidate Search Committee held their second meeting on June 10. Here's what happened during their meeting.
June 04, 2021, Dana Woodward
The newly-formed Presidential Candidate Search Committee held its first meeting on Friday (June 4). Here's an overview of what they discussed.
April 11, 2021, Dana Woodward
The university’s Board of Trustees, as well as several board committees, met Friday (April 9). Here’s a rundown of actions the board took.
March 14, 2021, Dana Woodward
The University of South Carolina’s Board of Trustees and several committees met on Friday (March 12). Here’s a roundup of actions they took.
January 27, 2021, Dana Woodward
The University of South Carolina’s 2021-2022 state budget request focuses on building a new state-of-the-art medical school and research campus dedicated to improving healthcare across the state while also holding firm on a tuition freeze for in-state students.
October 09, 2020, Dana Woodward
The university’s Board of Trustees met on Friday (October 9), as well as several board committees. Here’s a rundown of what actions they took.
September 13, 2020, Dana Woodward
The University of South Carolina Board of Trustees met on Friday (Sept. 11) along with several of the newly-formed board committees. Here’s a roundup of actions they took.
June 21, 2020, Dana Woodward
The University of South Carolina Board of Trustees met virtually on Friday, June 19. Here’s a roundup of decisions they made during the teleconference.
June 14, 2020, Dana Woodward
The University of South Carolina Board of Trustees’ ad hoc Advisory Committee on Governance met on Friday, June 12, to discuss proposed changes to the board’s committee structure.
June 05, 2020, Dana Woodward
On Friday, June 5, three committees of the university’s Board of Trustees met: the Academic Affairs and Faculty Liaison Committee, the Intercollegiate Athletics Committee and the Audit and Compliance Committee. Here’s a roundup of the committee approvals that will now be up for full board approval at the meeting on June 19.
April 26, 2020, Dana Woodward
The University of South Carolina Board of Trustees met virtually on Friday, April 24. Here’s a roundup of decisions they made during the teleconference.
February 23, 2020, Dana Woodward
The University of South Carolina’s Board of Trustees met on Friday (Feb. 21). Here’s a roundup of approved actions and project updates.
March 13, 2019, Dana Woodward
The Rev. Gary Mason is a Methodist minister and internationally known peacemaker who has worked on reconciliation between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland for more than 20 years. Mason will present his talk, “Maintaining peace in Northern Ireland: Brexit and the Good Friday agreement,” at 3:30 p.m. on March 22.
February 21, 2019, Dana Woodward
A story 40 years in the making, award-winning novelist Thi Bui will come to tell it as the Carolina International House at Maxcy College Spring 2019 Visiting Fellow. Bui will give a talk titled, “The Best We Could Do: The Search for Freedom and Home Across Borders.”
February 14, 2019, Dana Woodward
From 1985 to 2000, while innovators in Silicon Valley were focused on changing the world as we know it, Doug Menuez was focused on documenting it. With unprecedented access to Steve Jobs and other visionaries of the time, Menuez was able to photograph the people who created more jobs and wealth than any other time in human history. And on Wednesday, Feb. 20, faculty, staff, students and the public will be able to hear about that time from the award-winning photographer and documentarian himself.
February 07, 2019, Dana Woodward
In the one-man production, “A Passion for Justice: An Encounter with Clarence Darrow,” actor Paul Morella portrays a selection of Darrow’s most dynamic arguments. The show takes place Feb. 11 at the Karen J. Williams Courtroom in the UofSC School of Law.
January 17, 2019, Dana Woodward
The University of South Carolina’s MLK Weekend event series culminates Sunday, Jan. 20, with Freedom Rings, an artistic celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and legacy. The university partnered with the Columbia nonprofit Auntie Karen Foundation to bring together Midlands musicians, artists and spoken word performers to honor the civil rights leader in an event designed to bring the audience to its feet.
September 27, 2018, Dana Woodward
In a celebration of the first lady’s 10 years of contributions to the health and wellness of the Carolina community, the university has partnered with the South Carolina Department of Agriculture to present an extension of the Healthy Carolina farmer’s market on Oct. 2.
September 27, 2018, Dana Woodward
What would you share in a lecture if you know it were your last? That’s the question that more than 100 Carolina faculty members have attempted to answer as part of the Last Lecture series, presented by the Office of Fellowships and Scholar Programs and Scholars United.
May 24, 2018, Dana Woodward
It’s a win for University of South Carolina students, for Midlands bargain hunters and for Habitat for Humanity: the annual Give It Up For Good Yard Sale sponsored by University Housing, which takes place this year on June 2 with a preview on June 1.
March 20, 2018, Dana Woodward
In 2018, the Open Book Series celebrates its sixth birthday. Both a literary series and a free community read, the Open Book brings a variety of authors to campus over a four-week period, starting Monday, March 26, when host Elise Blackwell leads a discussion of Colson Whitehead’s 2016 novel, “The Underground Railroad.”
January 11, 2018, Dana Woodward
This year marks the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination, and the University of South Carolina’s Black Law Students Association intends to mark the occasion with a film screening of "Rikers: An American Jail" and a community forum.