Learn how to write a teaching philosophy statement and increase your competitiveness on the academic job market at an upcoming workshop sponsored by the Center for Teaching Excellence, The Graduate School, the Writing Center and Graduate Student Association.
Nearly 150 graduate students from 43 different fields of study competed at the 2013 Graduate Student Day competition held on campus Friday, April 12.
Fifty-four graduate students at USC have been selected out of 152 as the first recipients of the Support to Promote Research and Creativity (SPARC) Graduate Research Fellowship, with funded grant projects encompassing topics from improved solid oxide fuel cell performance to body mapping for guitarists.
Nearly 150 graduate students from 43 different fields of study will compete at the 2013 Graduate Student Day, which will be held on campus this Friday, April 12.
Graduate students are invited to an interactive panel discussion with master's and Ph.D. graduates who are using their advanced degrees in industry and non-academic fields. The panel will take place on April 9, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., at the H. William Close Building (BA), Room 602 B. Registration is required.
The Safe Zone Ally Program is a visible network of allies who are committed to creating a community of respect and dignity for LGBT individuals.
Congratulations to Jessica Hogan, winner of The Graduate School’s first ever t-shirt and logo design competition.
The Graduate School at the University of South Carolina was awarded the 2012-2013 CSGS/ETS Award for Excellence and Innovation in Graduate Admissions at the Conference of Southern Graduate Schools. The award was presented to USC for its flagship recruiting program, the Presidential Fellowship.
Friday, March 22, from 4-6 p.m. in the ODK Room in Russell House, we’re sponsoring a workshop designed to help you talk about your research in a way that your peers, your family, your prospective employers, and your academic colleagues across all disciplines will be able to understand.
The Writing Center is hosting its very first dissertation retreat March 23, 2013.
Graduate students at the University of South Carolina have a lot to be happy about. Our recent awards and distinctions range in theme from top-tier programs, to diversity, affordability, and initiatives befitting a high quality of life.
USC Publisher-in-Residence George Thompson assesses the publishing landscape and offers graduate students some publishing advice
Publisher-in-Residence George Thompson knows a lot about top tier-research universities. For years, the former editor of John Hopkins University Press and current academic publisher has been traveling across the country as a publishing consultant. Having visited college campuses all across the South—including University of Texas, University of Georgia, and University of North Carolina—Thompson is familiar with the publishing landscape among graduate students at flagship universities.
And, he sees something different brewing at the University of South Carolina.
More than 260 graduate students from 42 doctoral and terminal master’s programs were awarded financial support from The Graduate School to make presentations on behalf of the University of South Carolina in 2012-2013.
All new graduate directors, graduate coordinators, and program administrators are invited to an informational session to be held Tuesday, November 27, from 1:30 to 3:00 PM, in the Graduate Council Chamber (3rd Floor, Byrnes).
Publisher in Residence George Thompson will offer insights into the publishing market and give advice on how to ready manuscripts for publication in his public lecture, “Current Trends in Academic Publishing,” to be held on Thursday, November 15th at 4 p.m. in the Health Sciences Building, 800 Sumter Street, Room 114. The public is invited.
Marc Demont, Gary Grunseich, and James McClinton received this year’s Outstanding Thesis Award in the categories of Humanities and Fine Arts; Mathematics, Physical Sciences and Engineering; and ETD. For their accomplishments, The Graduate School will award each researcher a $500 honorarium.
Working on a thesis? Remember, with your advisor's approval, you will have the opportunity—regardless of discipline—to be nominated for The Graduate School’s Outstanding Thesis Award. Look for updates on our website about the nomination and selection process for this award.
Vanderbilt professor and prolific author Richard Milner will deliver a keynote speech at the AAPP and SEAGEP sponsored Graduate Research Seminar on November 16. USC graduate students and African American Professors Programs fellows will additionally present papers in the categories of Life Sciences, Engineering, and Social Sciences.
The unbeaten Gamecocks are drawing graduate students from out of their study carrels and onto the Horseshoe in preparation for ESPN’s coverage of tomorrow’s Gamecocks vs. Bulldogs showdown.Taking advantage of its visible location on Sumter Street, The Graduate School has joined in the excitement, making a 9 foot banner that dares ESPN’s Corso to finally pick Carolina.
Meet our 2012 Presidential Fellows, recipients of USC's highest university-wide award for promise in excellence at the graduate level.
In partnership with The Graduate School, the Office of Fellowships & Scholar Programs (OFSP) is pleased to announce its Fall 2012 National Fellowship Workshop Series. Tailored to prepare applicants for corresponding fellowships, these workshops feature faculty experts and previous winners whose insights into the selection process can help increase your chances at snagging a national fellowship.
The McKissick Museum invites you to a reception and gallery talk to mark the opening of a student-curated exhibit, The Ultimate Vacation: Watching Other People Work, on Monday, September 24, from 4:30– 6:00 pm.