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USC Upstate Celebrates 25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall, October 7

When the Berlin Wall, constructed by the German Democratic Republic in 1961, was dismantled in 1989, it put Germany on […]

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Eboni Harris Selected as Johnson & Johnson Minority Faculty Scholar

USC Upstate Mary Black School of Nursing’s Eboni Harris of Simpsonville has been named a Johnson & Johnson American Association […]

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Don’t Miss “Shark Tank” Veteran Kim Nelson at Tuesday’s Wells Fargo Event

The George Dean Johnson, Jr. College of Business and Economics at the University of South Carolina Upstate welcomes guest speaker, […]

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Shoestring Players to Perform “To Kill A Mockingbird,” Oct. 2-5

The University of South Carolina Upstate Shoestring Players will perform “To Kill A Mockingbird” by Christopher Sergel in the Humanities […]

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Herald-Journal Features Bob Connelly’s 42 Years at USC Upstate

In 1994, Bob Connelly climbed to the top of the unfinished third floor of the Campus Life Center at USC […]

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World War I History Comes to Life with Artifacts from the War

September 23, 2014 All News,Alumni,Featured No Comments

The letter’s postmark is Feb. 28, 1919, Bordeaux. “Dear Mamma,” Boyce McGinnis, an American soldier, wrote from France to home […]

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Personality Profile Workshop Scheduled for Friday, Sept. 26

What do the letters DiSC mean? Identifying your DISC personality blend is vital to effective leadership and relationships. Make plans […]

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USC Upstate Commemoration of World War I Begins Tuesday, September 23

Beginning on September 23, the University of South Carolina Upstate will embark on a five-year commemoration and reflection of World […]

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CETL Fall Kickoff: Get Students to Take Responsibility for Their Own Learning

The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning will offer three-hour workshop designed to help instructors engage modern day learners. […]

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Bernard Omolo Receives Grant to Assist with Colon Cancer Research in Spartanburg

A University of South Carolina Upstate professor has been awarded a research grant by the National Cancer Institute. Bernard Omolo, […]

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