Submitted by Mr. Derrick Hines, Campus Director
As we continue working with the Anne Frank House's Traveling Museum this year we are excited to make our third campus visit to Northwest Middle School in Greenville County on Friday February 10th. This exhibit is an ongoing joint venture between USC's Center for Educational Partnerships, Teaching Fellows Program, and College of Arts and Sciences that aims to promote access to high quality educational material to rural schools around South Carolina. We plan to make at least 2 more trips this semester to conclude this year's program, but are excited to continue to be able to offer the exhibit to schools over the next 4 years.
On February 27th, 2017 the University of South Carolina will host a Presidential Leadership Series event where Eva Schloss, Anne Frank's only living relative, will be interviewed by Dr. Harris Pastides at the Koger Center. This event is being co-sponsored by the Teaching Fellows Program and will be in conjunction with the afternoon Teacher Cadet Conference being facilitated the Teaching Fellows and Center for Educational Partnerships. We are excited to welcome over 300 South Carolina Teacher Cadets and their instructors to campus for these events, which are sure to be impactful.