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Announcements

Garden Grill open for the summer

Support the students of the School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management (HRTM) this summer and enjoy a lunch at the Garden Grill.

Free retirement counseling

Free one-on-one retirement counseling is still available by consultants of the TIAA-CREF and Empower Retirement programs.

UofSC students named Fulbright finalists for the 16th year

The University of South Carolina will be represented abroad by our seven Fulbright US Student grantees for the 16th consecutive year as they conduct research, study and serve as English Teaching Assistants.

Safe Zone Ally workshop

The Safe Zone Ally workshop will be held on Wednesday, May 17, at 1:30 p.m.

PeopleSoft Depositor Training

PeopleSoft Depositor Training will take place Friday, May 12, at 10 a.m. inside the Bursar’s Office.

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

American cemetery in Normandy

Remembering D-Day through film and stories

D-Day will be marked in early June with parades and commemorations along the beaches in northern France. University of South Carolina alumnus Wade Sellers will be there, too, on the independent filmmaker’s third trip to the French coast. This time, he’ll be screening the film he directed and edited, “Return to Normandy,” in the primetime slot at the Normandy-World War II International Film Festival.

Cold Case

Solving the cold case

Established about three years ago in the Children’s Law Center with funding from the Casey Family Programs, Cold Case goes to bat for S.C. children who have lingered in foster care for years. The goal is to help them to be adopted or to establish meaningful contact with a family member or adult friend who will be there for them down the road.

Education

Reducing crime through reading

For three weeks each May, English education master’s students head to the Department of Justice's Birchwood High School to help youth improve their reading.

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