An information session will be held for students interested in a study abroad trip to Italy during Summer 2017 will be held at noon Friday, Nov. 18 in Katie Hicks Visual Arts Center Room 116. Dr. Alex Akulli, director of […]
The Spartanburg International Festival will be held from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. Saturday at Barnet Park in downtown Spartanburg. The USC Upstate Center for International Studies will have a booth set up during the festival, so stop by and […]
Dr. Alexander Akulli has been named director of the Center for International Studies at the University of South Carolina Upstate. He began his duties on August 1. “Dr. Akulli brings 15 years of progressive and multidimensional experience in international higher […]
Join the University of South Carolina Upstate to celebrate the launch of South Carolina’s first Peace Corps Prep Program at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 7 in the Roel Pavillion. For more information, contact the Center for International Studies, 503-5661. Light […]
The Peace Corps and University of South Carolina Upstate announced a new partnership that will offer students a unique combination of undergraduate coursework and community service that prepares them for a career in international development. University of South Carolina Upstate […]
An information session will be held for students interested in a study abroad trip to Italy during Summer 2017 will be held at noon Friday, Sept. 23 in Katie Hicks Visual Arts Center Room 116. Dr. Alex Akulli, director of […]
Are you planning leisure, study, or business travel abroad and you’d like a little language background before you go? Or maybe you have a New Year’s resolution to learn another language? USC Upstate’s six-week courses will provide a great introduction!
Foreign Language teachers are once again invited back to campus for the annual Reflections Conference. This year’s theme is “Teaching to the Modes of Communication: Building 21st Century Literacy.”
In celebration of National Foreign Language Week, USC Upstate welcomes Jorge Zeballos to speak on the topic of “A Language is a Terrible Thing to Waste.”
Leah James, Ashley McFadden, Anna–Elyse Lewis, Joelle Gwinn, Chris Smith, Ryan Barry, Patric Phillips, Chandler Crawford, Will Luther and Nick Whitworth will be staging the romantic comedy “Almost, Maine” at this year’s festival.