Out to Lunch was started as a way to improve interaction outside the classroom by encouraging students to invite their instructors to a meal and then talk about — well, that’s up to them.

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Out to Lunch

Out to Lunch, a longstanding program run by the Student Success Center in partnership with Carolina Dining Services, was started as a way to improve interaction outside the classroom by encouraging students to invite their instructors to a meal and then talk about — well, that’s up to them. [more]


March 30: Physics & Astronomy Colloquium: "The Iterative Process of Scientific Exploration"

March 30: Black Law Students Association Annual Banquet

March 30: It's On Us Hero Gala

Find more on-campus events in our public calendar, Gamecocks Athletics, our calendar for students and the My Carolina Alumni Association calendar. Also, follow the latest event updates on Twitter @UofSCEvents.


Art professor opens her studio as part of local event (feat. Mary Robinson, art)
--Free Times

UofSC Pro Bono Program teaches law students the value of giving back (feat. Pam Robinson, law)
--SC Public Radio
UofSC study links Gulf War illness to changes in gut bacteria (feat. Saurabh Chatterjee, public health)
--Newsmax Health

“Garnet and black pride gets national attention with dual Final Four appearances” feat. Mary Wagner, admissions, and Jack Claypoole, My Carolina)


Views of Columbia, S.C., photographs dating from the 1880s through the 20th century. These South Caroliniana Library images, brought online by University Libraries’ Digital Collections, provide a fascinating visual record of the capital city as it grew and changed.


Environmental/Health Manager III – #011546 Radiation Safety
Building/Grounds Specialist II-Groundskeeper – #011520 Facilities Landscaping
Student Services Program Coordinator II-USCA Financial Aid Department – #011544 USC Aiken


The Grammy Award-winning Parker Quartet has returned for the spring residency. The Quartet-in-Residency program, begun in 2013, provides world-class instruction to our students and extraordinary concerts for our community of music enthusiasts. Concerts will be April 6, 8 and 9 in the School of Music Recital Hall. [more]

What to expect in the coming eclipse

Astronomers from throughout the country will be in Columbia this weekend to discuss the upcoming solar eclipse that scientists and sky watchers are calling a major event. On Aug. 21, a total eclipse of the sun will cross the U.S., and Columbia has been identified as one of the top places to experience the first total eclipse in almost 100 years. The American Astronomical Society will hold workshops Friday and Saturday (March 31-April 1) to discuss topics such as eye safety during an eclipse viewing and tips for observing the event as well as a series of scientific talks. The workshop and conference sessions are free to students and faculty. [more]

Lecturer looks at ancient "language"

The South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology and the Latin American Studies Program will be hosting F. Kent Reilly III for a lecture at 4 p.m., Wednesday (April 5) at the Close-Hipp Building. Reilly will speak on the "The Olmec and the Language of the Sacred." The event is free and open to the public. [more]


As The RoseWind Duo, Scott Herring and Clifford Leaman, music, recently returned from a tour that included concerts and master classes at Georgia Southern University, University of Florida, University of South Florida, University of Miami and University of Central Florida.
Joshua M. Gold, counselor education, authored “Honoring the experiences of gay stepfamilies: An unnoticed population” in The Journal of Divorce & Remarriage.

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