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Presidential Fellow Jennifer Fill is featured in UofSC Today

Learn more about Fill's doctoral research, which examines the eastern diamond rattlesnake and its habitats, here

New! Summer Electronic Thesis & Dissertation Formatting and Submission Workshops

Join ETD Coordinator Zach Lukemire for The Graduate School's Summer 2015 ETD Workshops! If you're writing a thesis or dissertation and will graduate in either August or December 2015, then plan on attending! For further info click here.

Travel Grants Stats for 2013-2015

Check out the 2013-2015 stats on The Graduate School's Travel Grants. Learn more about the new rules for 2015/2016 applications here.

Gamecock Safety and Well-being

At the University of South Carolina, we care about the safety and well-being of all members of our community. Every student has a role to play in keeping the campus community safe and free of sexual misconduct, discrimination, and harassment of any form. If you see something, say something. Step in and speak up. UofSC has resources to help you and members of your support network.

U.S. News ranks international MBA No.1

The University of South Carolina’s international MBA program (IMBA) regained the top spot in the 2015 U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools. 

Individual Development Plans

The Office of Research and The Graduate School have created university-wide Individual Development Plan (IDP) guidelines and forms for USC’s postdoctoral scholars and graduate students.  While the use of IDPs is currently required for graduate students and postdoctoral scholars funded by NIH grants, the Office of Research and The Graduate School strongly encourage the use of IDPs for all USC postdoctoral scholars and graduate students because it identifies professional development opportunities and milestones, as well as providing a written framework for career planning of the trainees. Learn more about IDPs here

 
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