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Announcements

Access commencement guest tickets online

Students who are approved to participate in spring 2017 commencement ceremonies can access guest tickets online March 17-31.

Career Center helps students avoid job scams

The Federal Bureau of Investigation recently reported that college students across the nation are being entangled in an employment scam that could result in financial damages and identify theft. The Career Center works with several organizations and top employers to provide opportunities for students, which are vetted of scams in a number of ways.

Francis Ford Coppola to answer student questions

Students will have a chance to ask questions and hear from Academy Award-winning director Francis Ford Coppola at a President’s Leadership Dialogue later this month.

Fire safety tips for off-campus students

As the weather gets warmer and spring is in full bloom, it is now time to change the batteries in your smoke detector. A smoke detector’s batteries must be changed every six months, typically in the spring and fall, but it is still important for students to know fire safety all year round. Off-Campus Student Services and USC Fire and Safety have compiled tips to keep students safe while living off-campus through some fire prevention guidelines.

Tech Tuesday Talk focuses on pregnancy

This month’s Tech Tuesday Talk will feature Public Health Ph.D. candidate Alicia Dahl, who will discuss her work on technology-based interventions and support for pregnant women.

Campus housing closing for spring break

Campus housing, including residence halls and Greek Village, will close during spring break.

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Stories for Students

It's time to apply (yourself and for a job)

It’s job-hunting season for students in search of internships, part-time gigs and first jobs after graduation. What’s New @UofSC sat down with Mark Anthony, associate director for career development and experiential education, to get some tips on a successful search.

Norma Frizzell

Breakthrough Star: Norma Frizzell

If a key component in a car goes bad, the car won’t go for long. That’s roughly what happens in the human body when mutations and other insults disrupt the mitochondria, the essential energy-making components of human cells. Norma Frizzell has devoted much of her career to understanding how and why mitochondria go haywire and sometimes lead to fatal maladies.

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