September 2015

GEM GRAD Lab at USC: Under-Represented Minorities Get a Fellowship for Grad School

The 2015 GEM GRAD Lab, hosted by the University of South Carolina, is for rising juniors and seniors in STEM fields. The GRAD Lab is a partnership with the National GEM Consortium (www.gemfellowship.org ) and with Intel Foundation, the national sponsor of the GEM GRAD Labs.

Date: October 23-24, 2015
Location: Sunoco Pavilion, Darla Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina, Columbia SC

Database Programmer/Analyst at University Housing

This position acts as primary database and web application developer for University Housing in the Division of Student Affairs. He/she will be primary developer, administrator and support contact for all Housing developed, owned and operated database systems to include, but not be limited to, FAMIS, Odyssey, and web and mobile applications. Will also be responsible for ensuring resolution of issues on those systems, as well as, training, documentation and report development.

Undergraduate Wanted for Web App Development

Computer Science undergraduate needed to join a Moore School’s team that aims to develop and market an App specifically designed to improve and smoothen the experiences of those who find themselves navigating different cultures during long as well as short term study abroad experiences.

Undergraduate Wanted for Web Application Project

Undergraduate Computer Science student needed to join team of students from the Moore School of Business to provide website development services for an online platform that educates and promotes interactive community for entrepreneurs looking for capital and providers of capital. This South Carolina Capital Access project of the South Carolina Small Business Chamber of Commerce is developing a unique platform to advance small business economic development in the state.