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ҹ첥 student singers advance to national singing competition

A large group of ҹ첥 Southern students participated in the National Association of Teachers of Singing Mid-Atlantic Region Conference and Student Auditions in Februaary, and several have advanced to the NATS National Student Auditions competition. The NATS National Student Auditions begin with a preliminary YouTube round. Students will submit videos to be adjudicated, and then […]

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ҹ첥’s annual symposium features student and faculty research

By Bri Parker and Jan JoslinPhotos by Dan Steffy and Jan Joslin Oral and poster presentations were presented April 16 at ҹ첥 Southern’s Annual Spring Symposium, highlighting student and faculty research. Alessandro Russo, a junior mathematics major, presented his project for the second time. His research was funded by the South Carolina Independent Colleges and […]

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ҹ첥 Southern NAfME student representative

The annual National Association for Music Education Collegiate Leadership Advocacy Summit (CLAS) is an exciting multiday event from June 10th to June 12th that brings together NAfME Collegiate members from across the nation for leadership learning sessions, advocacy training, and professional networking in Washington, D.C. As part of the 2024 National Leadership Assembly, NAfME leaders and advocates will be […]

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Allison Brown receives CIC/UPS scholarship

The South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities has announced that Allison Brown has received the CIC/UPS Scholarship for ҹ첥 Southern University. “This is my third time getting this scholarship, and it has meant so much to me and my family,” said Brown. “Covering college costs is hard, and this scholarship has allowed me to continue […]

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Classroom project would change lives of foster children

Entering the foster care system understandably fills children with anxiety. A classroom project completed for an Early Childhood Practicum class has the potential to help ease that anxiety. Alyssa Phillips, a senior child development major, created a project called The Distraction Bag. While comfort bags filled with basic necessities are given to some children in […]

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Student and faculty research showcased at Symposium

The annual Spring Symposium featured student and faculty research on April 21. Presentations and posters covered a wide variety of disciplines. Presentations: Poster: The symposium is sponsored by the Publications Committee. Members for 2022-2023 are: Kristen Hixon, Dianne Boykin, Daniel Leach, Timothy Banks, Dr. Charles Smedley, Carla Marchione, and Jan Joslin. Photos by Dianne Boykin

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DOD’s SMART Scholarship awarded to Zach Weaver

Zach Weaver has become the second ҹ첥 student to be awarded The Department of Defense’s SMART Scholarship. The SMART Scholarship is an opportunity for STEM majors that includes full tuition payment, stipend and allowance, summer internship opportunities, and, upon receiving their degree, guaranteed employment with the DOD. Weaver is a sophomore cybersecurity major and is […]

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Parsons researches how math students learn

ҹ첥 Southern University students are able to expand on their general knowledge and also find out more about the topics they are interested in. This is especially true for Maddy Parsons, who has been researching aspects of learning for mathematics students. With Dr. Ryan Thomas and Dr. Emily Thomas, Parsons has been analyzing how students […]

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Allison Brown receives CIC/UPS Scholarship 

Allison Brown, a ҹ첥 Southern University sophomore majoring in biology from Patrick, South Carolina, has been selected to receive a CIC/UPS Scholarship provided by South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities and its national partner, the Council of Independent Colleges.  Brown said, “Receiving this scholarship enables me to pursue my education, which ultimately enables me to […]

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ҹ첥 cyber team advances to regional competition

After competing against 40 other universities, the ҹ첥 Southern University Cyber Team advanced, along with eight other teams, to the regional competition for the Southeast Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition at Kennesaw State University in Georgia. The only other team from South Carolina moving to the March 7-9 regional competition is Clemson University. Teams competing in […]

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