Monday 4/15

OFSP Workshop: Fulbright Getting Started
4:00 – 5:00 pm
Gressette Room

Stargazing at the Melton Memorial Observatory
8:00 – 10:00 pm
Melton Observatory 201

Tuesday 4/16

Farmers Market
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
RHUU Greene Street

Botany Walk on the Historic Horseshoe
11:00 am – 12:00 pm
McKissick Museum steps

Wednesday 4/17

Dogs on Davis
11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Davis Field

Leadership and Service Center Celebration of Service
11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Russell House Patio

Baldwin Business and Financial Journalism Lecture: Karen Toulon, Bloomberg News
7:00 – 10:45 pm
School of Journalism & Mass Communications 106

Thursday 4/18

Birds of a Feather: The Natural History of Birds with Rudy Mancke
5:30 – 6:30 pm
Koger Center

Friday 4/19

Making Bad Histories Good: Telling the Stories of HIV and AIDS
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Hollings Library

Saturday 4/20

Open Gallery with Louise Brown: Charleston Hospital Worker's Strike
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Hollings Special Collections Library Program Room

Dates & Deadlines:

 SCHC Goes to the Theater: The Great Gatsby
Tickets in next week's newsletter....


Summer Opportunities ��

Smithsonian Open Door Externship
Spend three weeks exploring Smithsonian Museums behind the scenes and earn Honors course credit while living in Washington, D.C. May 13-30. Open to all majors – no prerequisites or previous experience required. Costs: $540 program fee, $1850 housing fee and UofSC tuition. 3 SCHC credit hours. Contact Dr. David Moscowitz for details.


MIT Summer Opportunity
For STEM, humanities and other disciplines
Join a team of dedicated instructors, teaching assistants, residential advisors and mentors to help empower passionate high school seniors from across the country to develop the confidence and skills needed to pursue careers in STEM. More here.

Summer 2019 ethnographic research project
This summer project in Detroit, Michigan will emphasize the experiences that low-income people of color and immigrants have with urban “revitalization.” Students may earn 8 university credits for participation.  Contact Daniel B Freedman PhD, MSW, LISW-CP for more info.

Need a home in DC this summer?
Do you have an internship in DC this summer? Live in a three-story town home two blocks from the capital with other UofSC students. June 1-August 17, 2019, $3500. (Ask about May housing.) Contact Julie Hutt at
And if you're looking for a home in NYC this summer, check out this opportunity.

More opportunities! ��

Sustainable Carolina Leadership Program Internships
Applications are now open for summer and fall internship positions with Sustainable Carolina Leadership Program (SCLP). Students in the SCLP develop leadership skills through hands-on, practical experiences. Regardless of major, all students develop an understanding of how sustainability relates to their career and educational goals - which will help you get a job after graduation. Learn more on our website, or watch this short video.
Apply by April 19.

Volunteer with Global Carolina 
Global Carolina offers multiple programs that pair current USC students with international students coming to the university to study. Gain valuable cross-cultural experience and earn credits towards the GLD (Graduation with Leadership Distinction). Whether helping a student to practice English, helping someone to adjust to life as a new Gamecock, or simply hanging out as friends, Global Carolina has a program for you! Programs are currently taking applications for Fall 2019. More>>

Pet of the month: 
Kody the axolotl. Thanks, Gwen!

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