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Former FBI Agent to Lead Deception Detection Seminar

Spartanburg, S.C. – What she said sounds pretty far-fetched, but is it true? In day-to-day life, you’ll hear lies from […]

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USC Upstate to Commemorate 100th Anniversary of World War I

Beginning on September 23, USC Upstate will embark on a five-year commemoration and reflection of World War I culminating with […]

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Dr. Lynette Gibson Completes Fellowship at Summer Nursing Research Institute

Dr. Lynette M. Gibson, associate professor and director of research in Nursing, recently completed a fellowship at the Summer Nursing […]

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USC Upstate’s Pilgrim Part of North American Amphibian Monitoring Program

When Melissa Pilgrim’s undergraduate students suit up for research, they don’t reach for white lab coats and safety glasses. Instead, […]

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USC Upstate’s Benny Pike Bikes Across the State

USC Upstate’s Benny Pike, along withMarty Jett, a physical education teacher at West View Elementary School, left Spartanburg on July […]

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Sodexo, USC Upstate Dining Services Job Fair, Thursday, July 24

July 21, 2014 All News,Featured No Comments

Sodexo and USC Upstate Dining Services will host a job fair Thursday, July 24, 2014 in the first floor lobby […]

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Dr. Lisa Johnson Announces Publishing Accomplishment

Dr. Lisa Johnson and Dr. Robert McRuer announce that the first of two special issues of the Journal of Literary […]

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Judy Beck Elected to Association of Teacher Education Board of Directors

The University of South Carolina Upstate is pleased to announce the election of Dr. Judy Beck to the Association of […]

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Funeral Arrangements Announced for Bill Drake, Adjunct Faculty Member

Funeral services will be held for William Bennett “Bill” Drake at 1 p.m. Monday, July 14 at Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium, […]

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Newberry to Catalog Plants, Shrubs and Vines on Rail Trail

A unique partnership between non-profit groups and botanists aims to rid the Mary Black Foundation Rail Trail of non-native, invasive […]

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