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USC Upstate in Pictures Congressional staffers from the offices of South Carolina Delegation members visited the Upstate campus earlier this year. John Perry, Executive Director of University Boards & Public Affairs, met with, front from left, Addie Carne, Angie Omer ’07, Van Cato, middle from left, Robert Dibenedetto, Courtney Titus, back from left, Yebbie Watkins, Seth Blanton ’02, and Reece Pellen. Haley Bertsche is a recipient of a Wells Fargo Bank scholarship and was recognized at the recent Johnson College of Business and Economics luncheon by Ethan Burroughs. Kadeem Roberts is one of the recipients of the McRae Hastings scholarships and was happy to thank Mrs. Barbara Hastings at the recent Johnson College of Business and Economics luncheon. Bruce Schwartz, of McAbee, Schwartz Halliday, left, and John Poole, president of Carolina Alliance Bank, right, joined Dr. Frank Rudisill, dean of the Johnson College of Business and Economics, at the recent Johnson College of Business and Economics luncheon. Legendary pioneers of innovation shared the stage during the September Johnson Innovation Speaker Series lecture. Spartanburg native Dennis Hayes, left, Esther Dyson and David Pensak fielded questions from moderator Chris Johnson, director of The Studio USC Upstate Foundation member Zerno Martin, left, and Chancellor Tom Moore shared a laugh during a break at the Pioneers in Innovation event. Albert Smith ’77 and Dr. David Damrel, associate professor of religion, enjoyed An Evening of Great Conversations. Cancer survivor Stephanie Lipscomb ’14 inspired participants of the 2015 Relay for Life held at USC Upstate. Rocktoberfest is a time for laughter, friendship and cotton candy! Chancellor Tom Moore, USC Board of Trustee member Toney J. Lister, center, and Spartanburg County Commission for Higher Education Chair Thomas R. Young, greet each other at University Day. USC Upstate student Alandria Haynes and Sparty were all smiles at this year’s Premiere Fair. One of the University 101 classes participated in a Service-Learning initiative at Harvest Park in Spartanburg. Chancellor and Mrs. Tom Moore welcomed Bishop John Shelby Spong to campus for a presentation on “The Bible Did Not Drop from Heaven Fully Written.” Zappos’ Erica Javellana shared her customer service expertise during a recent Wells Fargo Speaker Series presentation.


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