Fulbright RonUSC Upstate’s Health Information Management Program Receives Accreditation
The Health Information Management (HIM) program at the University of South Carolina Upstate recently received accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM), making it the only accredited four-year program of its kind in the state of South Carolina and one of about 50 such programs in the entire United States. “A four-year degree and certification is necessary for career advancement in this field and South Carolina has been hemorrhaging qualified graduates from the state’s accredited two-year programs for a number of years,” said Dr. Ron Fulbright, chair of the Department of Informatics at USC Upstate. “The state’s healthcare industry has been hiring people from other parts of the country over and above our own residents because we have lacked the capability to produce our own certified professionals. This accreditation is a large step forward for South Carolina.” The HIM program prepares graduates for careers in the records management field, particularly in the areas of insurance coding and health informatics. Graduates of the program receive the Bachelor of Arts in Information Management & Systems and are eligible to take the exam for the Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA), which is an important professional certification in the field. Read more in this media release…

And the Employee of the Year Nominees Are... 
The Staff Council congratulates the nominees for the 2010 Classified of the Year Award. They are:

Nick Catto (University Communications);
Barbara Chastain (Fine Arts and Communications Studies);
Jean Curtis (Records and Registration);
Ron Dalton (Housing);
Robin Hollis (Records and Registration);
Gale Jackson (ACHIEVE);
Ginger Johns (Mary Black School of Nursing);
Bob Malone (University Police);
April Nichols (Financial Aid);
Shirley Parton (Human Resources);
Cory Rodgers (Information Technology and Services);
Lynne Rogers (Psychology);
Adam Strickland (Information Technology and Services);
Bruce Suddeth (Landscape Services);
Susannah Waldrop (Academic Support Center); and
Peggy Williams (Math and Computer Science).
In the coming weeks, Staff Council will accept references for all the nominees. To submit a reference for a  nominee, please download, complete, and mail the attached Nomination Support Form to Ryan Boggs, Student Success Center, Library 225. References must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, April 9, 2010. The winner of the award will be announced by Chancellor Stockwell at the May Day picnic on May 5, 2010. Congratulations to the nominees!

Students Selected for Global Discovery Program to China
Congratulations to students Angela Schumpert, Andrew Radich, Derick Haynes, and Danette Gaines for their acceptance into the Global Discovery Program – China this May. USC Upstate’s Global Discovery Program is designed to provide support for selected university students to travel to other countries to learn about the culture, customs, political, educational, social systems and religious practices. Students are selected to participate in this program each year through a competitive process and are chosen on the basis of:

-their financial need for support;
-demonstrated academic ability;
-genuine interest in learning about other nations; and
-their willingness to share their travel experience and insights with others upon their return to the United States.
This opportunity is extended to students who have already earned 60-90 credit hours and have achieved a 2.5 or better cumulative grade point average.

BranhamBranham Snaps Spartans' Slump With 140-Pitch Complete Game Win At Belmont: Spartans split doubleheader, falling in first game, 8-2, before posting 3-1 win in game two
Nashville, Tenn. – Senior Matt Branham (Columbia, S.C./Spring Valley) gave one of the most dominating performances of his career in Saturday's getaway game, as he tossed a complete-game eight hitter, striking out six, to lead USC Upstate to a 3-1 win over Belmont to split an Atlantic Sun Conference doubleheader at Shelby Park. Belmont won the first game of the doubleheader, 8-2. Branham (2-2) tossed the full nine innings for the fourth complete game of his career and his first since his final start of 2008, throwing 140 pitches and leaving eight Bruins stranded to snap Upstate's 16-game losing streak, which tied the school record set in 2001-02. Here's the full story ....

PezzottiSpartans Snap Two-Match Skid With 4-3 Win Over Dolphins: Milovanovic posts clinching win in three-set fashion for Spartans
Jacksonville, Fla. – Junior Emilia Milovanovic used a three-set win at No. 4 singles to help the USC Upstate women's tennis team clinch a 4-3 win over Jacksonville on Saturday afternoon at the Keith Watson Family Tennis Center, helping Upstate improve to 11-3 overall and 5-2 in the A-Sun. Jacksonville fell to 6-8 overall and 2-5 in the A-Sun. The Spartans, who were fighting several injuries, including a fever that kept sophomore Ana-Sofia Camberos out of the match, were able to win the doubles point with a pair of 8-4 wins. Freshmen Francisca Valderrama and Monica Pezzotti beat Iva Jaresova and Tatiana Soldatova at No. 1 and Cinthya Lazaro and senior Carolina Bello downed Sara Londono and Veronique Spencer at No. 3. Upstate had to keep fighting hard in the singles portion, though, as the Dolphins won the match at No. 2 with Bello fighting hydration issues. The Spartans got a win at No. 6, though, as Lazaro notched a 6-0, 6-0 win over Fernanda Carrero, but the Dolphins retied the match with a win at No. 1. Read here for the full story.


The Week in Photos

potters wheel animal pinch pots
mixed media collage joan miro
Upstate Art Education Students Assisted in Family Arts Night
Six Upstate Art Education Seniors assisted in the interactive Family Art Night at Jesse Boyd Elementary on Tuesday, March 23.  The art education seniors taught participatory lessons in various media to over 150 parents and students.  Connie Stuart demonstrated her skills on the potter’s wheel while students and parents looked on as one of the night’s features. In another room, Allyse Ingraham worked with students and parents on creating animal pinch pots. Kathryn Hammett and Rachel Crow worked with children and parents in creating mixed media collages. Parker Mullinax and Chris Turner worked with children and parents in a painting project in the style of Joan Miro.

Higby Workshop 1 Higby Workshop 2 Higby Workshop 3 

Bookmaking Workshop
Artist Kristy Higby directed an artist bookmaking workshop Friday, March 19 in the Visual Arts Center for students and faculty. Higby, nationally recognized for her handmade books is an art instructor at Mercersburg Academy in Pennsylvania and a film maker who describes herself as a story teller. She has numerous honors and awards including an honorable mention from the 2005 AFI/Discovery Channel SILVERDOCS Documentary Conference and Filmfest held in Silver Spring, Md. for her short documentary, Flag Day.

Greek Week Events

Greek IconMonday, March 29, 2010

Greek Banner Displays
CLC Lobby, 12:00 p.m.

Daniel Groshans Memorial Blood Drive
Two Locations: Parking lot between Smith and HPAC & Parking lot between the HEC and the URC
10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
The fraternity and sorority with the highest chapter percentage of donations will receive $100 credit for campus catering sponsored by the dean of students office. An additional $100 credit will be provided to the non-Greek student organization that has the largest number of members to donate. All members of the USC Upstate community are encouraged to participate.

Sexual Responsibility Education Speaker
Fraternities: Tukey Theater
Sororities: CLC Ballroom
7:00 p.m.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Greek God and Goddess Pageant
CLC Ballroom
7:00 p.m., $1 Donation to benefit Relay for Life
This event is open to all students

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Greek Crest/Shield Chalk Contest
CLC Patio, 12:00 p.m.

Greek Bowl Trivia Contest and Bake Sale
URC Great Room
 7:00 p.m.
This event is open to all students

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Field Games
Upper Quad
5:00 p.m.
This event is open to all students

Friday, April 2, 2010

“Wear Your Letters” Day
Campus wide
All Day
The Office of Student Life would like to invite all Greek-affiliated faculty and staff members to wear their Greek letters and/or colors in support of our 14 dynamic Greek-letter fraternities and sororities. Greek Week will conclude with lunch and an awards celebration at 11:00 a.m. in the Amphitheater, located behind the Campus Life Center, and we would love for you to join us as we celebrate Greek Life at USC Upstate. This would provide a wonderful opportunity for our students to interact with Greek Alumni from a variety of organizations, and help us to encourage a spirit of Greek community on our campus. If you are interested, please RSVP to Stacey Mills, assistant director of student life, with your name, department, and affiliation, no later than  12:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 30 so that we can plan accordingly.

Campus Calendar

Blast Away Fears With Anxiety Awareness Event
Wednesday, March 31 … 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. … Lower Quad next to the College of Arts and Sciences Building
University of South Carolina Upstate students will be treated to free massages, anxiety screenings, learn tips on how to deal effectively with stress and anxiety, participate in a “Blast Your Fears Away” activity, and pick up free goodies when they attend an Anxiety Awareness Event sponsored by Disability Services and Counseling Services on Wednesday, March 31. The event will take place from 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. in the Lower Quad next to the College of Arts and Sciences Building. “This is a great opportunity for the USC Upstate community to learn more about the number one mental health problem in America and learn useful strategies for managing stress,” said Danielle Lewis, student services coordinator with Disability Services at USC Upstate. For more information, contact Danielle Lewis at (864) 503-5199 or

Photo Shoot and Casting Call
Wednesday, March 31 and Thursday, April 1 ... J M Smith Boardroom in HEC
University Communications will once again be hosting an open photo shoot and casting call for current students, faculty, staff, alumni and family to come to the Health Education Complex to serve as models and to tell their unique USC Upstate stories on video. These photos and videos will be used in a variety of publications, advertisements, Web sites, etc. You don't need an appointment, just drop in to the J M Smith Boardroom on:
Wednesday, March 31 from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Thursday, April 1 from 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Questions? Contact Tammy Whaley.

business attireFirst Annual Johnson College of Business Fashion Show
Wednesday, March 31 … 6:00 p.m. … Tukey Theatre
You are invited to the first annual George Dean Johnson, Jr. College of Business and Economics Fashion Show to learn all about the latest trends in business attire. The models are: Denae Golden, Bo Prak, Thomas Ho, Eric Jackson, Jasmine Belk, Franchezka Westwood, Jyo Kokri Bhatt, Anna Marie Jester, and Ryon Smalls. To be held at Tukey Theatre, admission is free and refreshments will be provided. Here is a flyer to share. This event is hosted by USC Upstate’s Marketing Club. Questions? Contact 803-448-2942 or or

Upward Bound Car Wash
Saturday, April 3 … 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Advance Auto Parts on Asheville Hwy.

Upward Bound asks for your help either volunteering at, or bringing your car to, their fundraiser car wash on Saturday. Contact the Upward Bound offices at 864-503-7401 and sign up to volunteer. You must volunteer for at least 2 hours. Cars are $5 and trucks are $7. Questions? Contact Georgia McCarroll at 864-503-7401. Here’s a flyer to share.

Thursday, April 8 … 5:00 p.m. … County University Soccer Stadium and University Readiness Center
Got Spring Fever? Join the Campus Activities Board and Office of Student Life for Springfest on April 8 at 5:00 p.m. in the County University Soccer Stadium and University Readiness Center (URC). This event will include food, inflatables, a concert, and much more! Admission is FREE for USC Upstate students with their student ID, and  tickets will be available for non-USC Upstate students and general admission. For more information and non-student ticket prices, contact the Office of Student Life at 503-5122.

Saturday, April 10 ... 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. ... The Hanger, Spartanburg
CSI is a city-wide service initiative between Upstate, Converse, Wofford, Sherman, Spartanburg Methodist, and Spartanburg Community College. Students from each university come together to help provide community service to the greater Spartanburg area. Projects for the 2010 CSI may include Habitat for Humanity, Children’s Shelter, Hospice, The Cinderella Project, and many more. Breakfast and Lunch will be provided. To sign up, please email Kara Ferguson with your name, phone and email no later than April 5, 2010. More information will be passed along to those that sign up closer to April 10.

Johnson College Alumni Reunion and Hard Hat Tour
Saturday, April 10 ... 10:30 a.m. ... Spartanburg Art Museum and the JCBE 
Due to an overwhelming response from our alumni, the Johnson College Alumni Reunion and Hard Hat Tour has been rescheduled.  This event will now take place on Saturday, April 10. Don’t miss this opportunity to network with fellow USC Upstate Business Graduates. Come connect with alumni, faculty and students at 10:30 a.m. with a reception at the Spartanburg Art Museum (located in the Chapman Cultural Center) followed by an exclusive Hard Hat Tour of the new downtown building for the George Dean Johnson, Jr. College of Business and Economics. Don't forget your business cards! We will have a table set up as an opportunity to network and share contact information. We will also have a drawing for an alumni gift basket. This event is open to all graduates and their guests but we’d love have a head’s up on whether or not you plan on attending.  Please take a moment to RSVP to Leah Anderson.

George SingletonAuthors @ Upstate Welcomes George Singleton
Thursday, April 15 ... 4:00 p.m. ... Health Education Complex, J M Smith Board Room
Author of such memorably titled books as The Half-Mammals of Dixie, Why Dogs Chase Cars and Drowning in Gruel, George Singleton is also the author of two darkly comic novels, the appropriately titled Novel and the more recent Workshirts For Madmen.  He remains perhaps best known as a writer of short stories set in the south, having published hundreds in major literary journals and in his popular collections of short fiction. “George Singleton is brilliant at mixing the antic and poignant,” writes Robert Olen Butler, “which is to say he is brilliantly in touch with the deep spirit of this age.” A Guggenheim Fellow, Singleton teaches at the Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities in Greenville. Questions? Email Tom McConnell or call ext. 5681, or Susan Hodge, ext. 5275.

SC Academy of Authors Induction Ceremony
Saturday, April 17 ... Reception at 6:00 p.m., Ceremonies at 7:00 p.m. ... Campus Life Center Ballroom
The reception will be followed by sale and signing of authors' books. The academy will admit four living South Carolina authors for the first time: William Price Fox, Dot Jackson, Ron Rash, and George Singleton. Open to the public, $35/person includes cocktail reception with hors d'oeuvres. For tickets, contact Nancy Dew Taylor (864) 329-8535 or Questions? Email Susan Hodge, or call 503-5275.

The Shoestring Players present “The Full Monty”
April 15 – 17 at 8:00 p.m. and April 18 at 3:00 p.m. ... Humanities & Performing Arts Center Theatre
Six unemployed, out-of-shape steel mill workers from Buffalo, N.Y.  need to pick up some extra cash. After seeing the popularity of a male stripper among the local women, the men decide to put on a strip show of their own. A sign language interpreter will be present at the Friday, April 16 performance at 8:00 p.m. For tickets, call the Box Office, Monday-Friday from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. at (864)503-5695. For mature audiences only.


Community Events

Antique Evaluations to be Offered at Historic Price House’s Taste of the Backcountry
Saturday, April 3 … 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. … Historic Price House
 Come experience a Taste of the Backcountry -- South Carolina as it was in 19th century!  Taste of the Backcountry, an annual festival presented at the Historic Price House by the Spartanburg County Historical Association, explores the food and the daily life of Backcountry settlers in the early 1800s.  Additionally, a taste of the region’s antiques will be available again this year.  Visitors may bring items lying about in their attics or stuffed away in their closets for an educated evaluation.  From 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., Martin Meeks and Jim Crocker, evaluators at previous Taste of the Backcountry events, will be joined by first-timers John and Patty Ivy of the new Ivy Auctions in Laurens to offer these evaluations at no additional charge.  There is a 2 item limit, please.  In addition to antique evaluations, visitors can see demonstrations of hearth cooking and other historic domestic arts such as weaving and egg dyeing.  BBQ and baked goods will be available for purchase.  Guided tours of the Price House and slave cabin will be available as well as period music.  Come and make a day of it! The Historic Price House is located at 1200 Oak View Farms Road, near Woodruff.  All activities and evaluations are included in the admission price: adults $5, ages 6-17 $3, and ages 5 and under free.  Groups of 10 or more that reserve by March 30 receive 10% off all admissions. Here is a media release with some additional information and a flyer to share.

Westgate Mall To Partner With Soles4souls® For Earth Day Event: 
CBL Shopping Malls Nationwide to Encourage Shoppers to Recycle for a Cause
This Earth Day season, shoppers across the country can drop off their old stilettos and loafers at WestGate Mall before picking up new ones. WestGate Mall is excited to announce their partnership with Soles4Souls, a national shoe charity organization. Beginning March 20, shoppers at the more than 50 CBL malls nationwide will have the opportunity to celebrate Earth Day by recycling their shoes. With an estimated 300 million pairs of shoes ending up in US landfills each year, and the more than 300 million children in the world who don’t own a single pair, the idea of recycling shoes for a cause is what motivated the partnership. Soles4Souls, the international shoe charity dedicated to giving shoes to people in need, has given away more than 7 million pairs of shoes. A collection bin will be placed at the Mall Office and the Easter Bunny Set located in the Belk Court where shoppers will be able to drop off their gently worn shoes during the month long campaign, which concludes on Earth Day. Shoppers who donate will also receive select discounts from mall retailers as a “Thank You” for their participation. With the goal of 150,000 pairs of shoes, shoes collected from all participating CBL Malls will be tallied by Soles4Souls. More information is available in this media release.

International Soccer Tournament Held
The annual international soccer tournament was held recently, bringing together people from across Spartanburg and the Upstate for some fun international competition. The following is a letter from Beate Pirchmoser, organizer of the event, and secretary of the sponsor-organization, the German-American Club:

Dear members and friends of the German-American Club:

I want to thank all of you for a great soccer tournament at USC-Upstate on Saturday. Thank you to those who “ordered” the warm weather – we already sold out of Bratwurst by 1 pm and I had to go and get more supplies. A great problem to have….. For those of you who were not able to attend:

Mexico placed 1st
Honduras placed 2nd
Switzerland placed 3rd

The teams participating were:

Thank you all for coming out and supporting such a wonderful cause – to promote friendship among the various nationalities that we have here in the Upstate. And of course – thank you to USC Upstate for letting us play on the soccer fields, for providing tables and chairs, access to the bathrooms, the cones to divide the fields, sending out the registration forms, and their support in general. This tournament couldn’t take place without all of the support from USC Upstate. Thanks again, and I look forward to seeing everybody again in 2011.

What's For Lunch?

parmesan chicken

On Wednesday, get a group together (or come by yourself!) to a delicious lunch in CLC 309. Here's the menu:

Chicken parmesan
Baked chicken
Buttered noodles
Fresh vegetables
Vegetarian moussaka
Garlic bread
Cheese cake
Iced tea, water or coffee
All you can eat for just $6.00.

This is a Faculty/Staff dining pilot program, to be held Wednesdays  from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. in CLC 309. For those that get out of class late, the serving line is open until 1:30 p.m. but the dining area is open until 2:00 p.m. Please join us!

What's For Breakfast?

banana pancakes

For those of you who can’t make lunch you might want to try the best breakfast deal in town! Hot breakfast is served from 7:30 – 9:30 a.m. every day in the dining hall. All you can eat for just $4.50! Here's the menu: 

Banana pancakes
Chocolate chip scones  
Egg & cheese biscuit with ham  
Frizzled ham  
Hard cooked eggs  
Sausage gravy & biscuit  
Scrambled eggs  
Sliced Lyonnais potatoes  
Vanilla Belgian waffles with berries 

Summer Classes With LLC

Do you want or need to take classes this summer? Consider looking into the summer offerings with Languages, Literature and Composition during Maymester, Summer I and Summer II. Here is a sample of some of the course offerings: Witches and Vampires in Literature History, Special Topics: Comic book Superhero in Film, Introductory Spanish I and Professional Writing. This flyer has the complete listing. Check it out!

Summer on the Fields

soccer camp

It’s that time again, parents! Summer is right around the corner and that means finding summer activities for your children. This flyer has a great line-up of soccer and all-sports camps offered by soccer coach Greg Hooks.

Faculty & Staff

Jorge SalvoDr. Jorge Salvo's (Spanish) short story "¿...y usted, señor, cree que sabe lo que es la muerte?" (Liberal translation: "...And you, mister, do you believe that you know what death means?") was published in the latest issue (fall 2009) of the peer reviewed South Carolina Modern Language Review by Francis Marion University.  Here is the article.

Tammy GeorgeCongratulations to Tammy George (head coach, women’s basketball) on an outstanding 2009-10 basketball season. Tammy, the coaches and student-athletes deserve great commendation for emphasizing the right priorities in developing a first-rate NCAA Division I women’s basketball program. The team’s GPA of 3.29 last fall semester was outstanding.  So, too, was their 20 game win season, the best overall record in the State among all South Carolina’s colleges and universities.  And congratulations for garnering wins against every team in the Atlantic Sun Conference this year; for your first-ever wins against East Tennessee State, Florida Gulf Coast and Belmont; and for receiving Women’s NIT post-season consideration. Tammy George certainly earned your Conference coaches’ award as “Atlantic Sun Coach of the Year.”

Danielle RaquidellDanielle Raquidel (French) presented a paper titled: “Subjectivity in L’Espace d’un cillement” by Jacques Stephen Alexis from Haiti, at  the 36th Annual Conference of the African Literature Association that was hosted by the University of Arizona in Tucson, March 10-14.

Laura LearyLaura Leary MS,RN,BC,OCN (Mary Black School of Nursing) has been selected to receive the 2010 Palmetto Gold Award for Nursing Excellence this April in Columbia. This award recognizes 100 nurses from across South Carolina each year for excellence and commitment to the nursing profession.  The selection process is done by blind review and considers: professional nursing involvement over the past 5 years, work related activities, civic and community activities, honors and awards received.  The committee also scores measurable outcomes in the following areas: promotes/advances the profession of nursing in a positive way, demonstrates exceptional caring and commitment to patients, families, student nurses, and colleagues, demonstrates leadership and assists others to grow and develop, encourages peers in their practice, acts as a role model to inspire others to improve quality of practice, and promotes and advances the profession of nursing, contributes/influences the advancement of nursing through civic, community, and/or professional association activities.

Zack LizabethLizabeth Zack (Sociology) published a short dispatch titled ‘Waking the Red-Dead’ in the award-winning Middle East news magazine Middle East Report (Spring 2010, #254).



New Chapter Formed in Charleston

The USC Upstate Alumni Association reaches new heights as the university continues to grow.  The Association is proud to announce the first alumni chapter is being developed in Charleston, S.C. and there are already plans for a second chapter in Greenville, S.C.  Alumni chapters are an informal, fun way to network, stay in touch and make new USC Upstate friends. If you are an alumni interested in starting a chapter in your area, please contact the Alumni Relations Office at (864) 503-5240 or email Leah Anderson, director of alumni relations, at
Want to get in touch with the Charleston Chapter? Contact Jacob Long, chapter president, at or search out the group “USC Upstate Charleston Chapter” on Facebook. 

Alumni Events

April 9
Alumni Happy Hour
6:00 – 10:00 p.m., RJ Rocker’s Tap Room
Corner of West Main Street and Daniel Morgan Avenue
Visit for details or call 503-5240.

April 10
George Dean Johnson, Jr. College of Business and Economics Alumni Reunion and Hard Hat Tour
Reception at 10:30 a.m. in the Spartanburg Art Museum at the Chapman Cultural Center with tour of the new business college afterwards. Don’t miss this opportunity to network with fellow USC Upstate business graduates, faculty and students, followed by an exclusive Hard Hat Tour of the new downtown building for the George Dean Johnson, Jr. College of Business and Economics. This event is open to all graduates and their guests, but rsvp’s are requested to or (864)503-5240.

April 14
Greenville Alumni Social
6:00 p.m., Greenville Drive’s Fluor Field
Meet in the USC Upstate Suite from 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. After the reception let us treat you to the baseball game against the Rome Braves. This event is free to attend however; space is limited so we are asking alumni to rsvp to Leah Anderson at or (864)503-5240.

Athletics Auction 

The USC Upstate Athletics auction will be held on Friday, April 23 at 7:00 p.m. in the University Readiness Center. There will be a live and silent auction, food and drinks, and lots of fun! This year Athletics is offering a special faculty/staff table rate. If you get a group together, you can purchase a table for $500 (regular corporate rate is $750). You need to purchase the table together (not individual tickets) and a table will seat 8 people. To purchase a table contact Jules Bryant at ext. 5143 or Here is a flyer to share.

Employment Opportunities

APPLICATION PROCESS:  Visit for additional information and online application submission instructions.


Police Officer
(State Title: Law Enforcement Officer I)University Police
Requisition No.  002127
Online applications accepted until position is filled.

Library Technical Assistant
(State Title: Library Technical Assistant)
Requisition No.  002165
Online applications accepted until position is filled.

(State Title: Building/Grounds Specialist II)
Facilities Management
Requisition No. 002166
Online applications accepted until position is filled

Custodial/General Maintenance
(State Title: Building/Grounds Specialist III)
Student Affairs
Requisition No. 002288
Online applications accepted until position is filled.

Assistant Chief
(State Title: Law Enforcement Officer III)
University Police
Requisition No.  002362
Online applications accepted until 03/31/2010

Administrative Specialist (Temporary)
(State Title: Administrative Specialist I)
School of Nursing (Greenville Campus)
Requisition No.  002255
Online applications accepted until position is filled.

Assistant Project Coordinator (Temporary)
(State Title: Student Services Program Coordinator I)
School of Education
Requisition No.  002290
Online applications accepted until position is filled.

Service Provider 
(Temporary) 5 positions
(State Title:  Human Services Specialist II)
School of Education
Requisition No. 002309
Online applications accepted positions are filled.

Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach (Temporary)
(State Title: Assistant Coach)
Requisition No.  002334
Online applications accepted until position is filled.