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What’s Dennis Reading? – 10/8/2014

Is It Finally Time to Kill the Credit Hour? by Carol Geary Schneider, Liberal Education It has been proposed by The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching to reimagine the credit hour as it is currently being used in higher education and find a way to measure competency more accurately. Even though an alternative to the…

Nominate students to become University 101 Peer Leaders

Nominate exemplary rising juniors and seniors to become fall 2015 University 101 Peer Leaders. The early decision deadline for students studying abroad in spring 2015 and those interested in going through selection during the fall semester is Sunday, Oct. 26. The final application deadline is Friday, Jan. 16, 2015.  Please contact Tricia Kennedy with questions.

Register for Mobile Mammography Oct. 6

The Palmetto Health Mobile Mammography bus is coming to the USC campus from 8 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., Monday, Oct. 6. Make sure to bring your insurance card with you and know your doctor’s full name and mailing address. Register by calling 803-296-8888 or 800-221-9724.    

Professional Development events scheduled for semester

Division Meetings Oct. 3 – Student Success Collaborative and Degree Works (Stacey Bradley & Aaron Marterer) Oct. 31 – Provost Amiridis (RHUU Ballroom) Nov. 14 – TBD (RHUU Theater) Dec. 12 – Holiday Social (RHUU Ballroom) Let’s Chat Nov. 20 – Topic TBD 12:00-1:00 PM – brown bag lunch (Patterson Conference Room) What’s Dennis Reading? Breakfasts Oct. 10 (Osborne) Nov. 7  (Osborne)…

Office of Student Engagement honors two peer leaders

The Peer Leader Spotlight recognition is awarded monthly to students whom exhibit commitment to their respected peer leader group and service to the UofSC community.  Steven Jaindl and Chelsea Coleburn were chosen for the month of September for their outstanding performance and commitment to being a Peer Leader in the Carolina community. Steven Jaindl is a…

Join SAVIP for Domestic Violence Awareness Month event

Come out to SAVIP on Greene & Empty Place at the Table Wednesday, Oct. 1, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., on Greene Street in front of the Russell House. In a most poignant and visual manner, the exhibit reveals how domestic violence undeniably leaves an empty place at the table. This exhibit demonstrates the devastating result of domestic violence and helps…