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Stand Up Carolina Hero awards

Nominations for the Stand Up Carolina Hero awards, an award which recognizes bystanders who have made a difference in the lives of others, are open now until March 1.

Register for Discover USC 2018

The presenter registration deadline for Discover USC is March 2 at 11:59 p.m.

Rule of Law partners with Ukraine

The Rule of Law Collaborative at the University of South Carolina is increasing its international impact thanks to a new partnership with the lawyers and judges in the Ukraine.

Vote for the 2018 Homecoming theme

Students, faculty and staff, and alumni are invited to vote on the 2018 Homecoming theme.

RSVP for CreedX

CreedX, an annual event that brings students, faculty and staff together to celebrate the Carolinian Creed, will be held at 12 p.m. on March 28.

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

Richard T. Greener

Larger than life

Richard T. Greener’s larger-than-life story is one of academic achievement, professional success and civic service, played out mostly in the tumultuous years after the Civil War. It’s a story of firsts — in addition to being USC’s first black professor, Greener was also Harvard’s first black graduate and America’s first black diplomat to a country of white citizenry.

victor kidd

Champion for diversity

Victor Kidd is the first African-American doctoral student in the University of South Carolina’s sport and entertainment management Ph.D. program. He is also the first student overall from his program to win a SPARC grant — a merit-based grant designed to ignite research and creative excellence.

Tommy Coggins

Big grant hunting

Tommy Coggins directs the Office of Sponsored Award Management, talks about the role his office plays in assisting faculty members searching for funding and how faculty can improve their chances of bringing in big grants.

kathryn luchok

Sticky messages

Kathryn Luchok and Linda Robinson are teaching Midlands foster teens the facts of life with messages they hope will stick.

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