Come join in the fun on November 3! Take a study break at the International Games Day at the Library from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Through November 30, the USC Upstate Library will be having a Food for Fines food drive. Library fines for overdue items will be reduced by one dollar for each non-perishable food item given. There is no limit to the amount of fines forgiven.
Camille McCutcheon, coordinator of collection management and USC Upstate librarian, has been named book review editor for the Journal of American Culture, a publication of the American Culture Association.
USC Upstate’s Library is now on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Give them a follow and see what’s new.
The Library is a registered site for a webcast offered by Academic Impressions titled, “Integrating Information Literacy in the First Year.” It will be offered Tuesday, March 5 from 1 – 2:45 p.m. In this webcast, the instructor will showcase […]
The collection includes titles from all popular fiction genres, according to Breanne Kirsch, reference librarian, including mystery, thriller, historical fiction, horror, fantasy, science fiction and romance.
The Chancellor’s Office and Human Resources will host our Annual May Day Picnic and will recognize our retirees as well as our state service award recipients who have reached a 10, 20, 30, or 40-year milestone. We will also announce our Classified Employee of the Year and select the winners of our United Way of the Piedmont Campaign contest.
USC Upstate’s Dean of Library Frieda Davison researches the life stories of local soldiers who died in military service.
USC Upstate’s submission won the Creative Programming category for “USC Upstate Blind Date.”
Bonnie Jeanne Werlinich, a student assistant in the University of South Carolina Upstate’s Library archives and a rising senior majoring in history, has won the 2013 William Jennings Bryan Dorn Undergraduate Prize of $350 for her paper, Building Relationships and Institutions: The Founding of a University Center at Spartanburg.