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June 14th, 2007

University of South Carolina Trustees Approve 2007 - 2008 Budget

"As a result of prior state funding, our initiative to bring top teaching and research faculty is yielding results," Sorensen said. "Our new teaching faculty bring an enthusiasm and energy to the classroom that engage and inspire our students, and our research faculty are collaborating with their peers on some of society's most pressing problems. This overall budget will enable us to maintain that momentum and hire additional teaching faculty to enhance students' learning experiences and recruit researchers who will increase our competitiveness in crucial areas such as alternative fuels, the environment, biomedicine and nanotechnology. Even though a final budget is pending, we at the University of South Carolina are appreciative of the legislature's commitment to supporting our goals of becoming one of the nation's top public universities."


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