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College of Education

Current Programs

The Museum of Education sponsors annual exhibits, educational programs, and research institutes. The museum serves a variety of audiences including University of South Carolina students, faculty, and staff; local educators; local P-12 students; and the general public.

Current Programs

Faculty Guest Curator Program

The Guest Curator Program seeks to provide an opportunity for faculty members to experiment outside of traditional boundaries to share and disseminate their scholarship.  The program contributes to the College of Education’s stated desire to become a leader in educational innovation and transformation.

Fearless: Septima Clark Youth Exhibition Program

As part of its community outreach efforts, the Museum of Education sponsors Fearless: The Septima Clark Mobile Exhibition Program. The program seeks to engage African American girls in a meaningful museum studies experience.

Project CHAANGE (Counternarratives for the History of African Americans Needing and Getting Emancipated)

Project CHAANGE is a multiple-day professional development experience for P-12 teachers. It is a collaborative effort by the Museum of Education and the Center for the Education and Equity of African American Students. Project CHAANGE is also funded by a grant from the South Carolina Department of Education.

Remember: A Critical Moments Exhibition

Museum of Education Director Toby Jenkins, Ph.D. co-led the exhibition, "Do They See Us?  A Visual Call to Remember: Faculty and Staff Mattering and Pandemic Life in Higher Education" with Michelle Bryan, Ph.D.

Richard T. Greener Lecture Series

Richard T. Greener (1844 - 1922) was the first African American man to serve on the faculty at the University of South Carolina. The Greener Lecture series continues his legacy of teaching at USC by focusing on a topic relating to his life as an educator, philosopher, librarian, lawyer, and diplomat.



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