Upcoming ICE Events

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ICE stands for Inter-Curricular Enrichment and certian ICE Events are requirements for USC Aiken students on the Sumter campus. Others may receive credit for attending the events at the professor's discretion. Below is a list of current ICE events at USC Sumter.


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Seminar Series (counts as an ICE event)

The goal of the USC Sumter Faculty organization Seminar Series is: to hear what fun, interesting and important things faculty a re doing for scholarship' for students to get exposure to stimulating discussions and for the campus to socialize intellectually outside of classes and meetings.



December 2, 2015
Anthropology 102
Guest Lecturer Dr. Robert Costello
"American Archaeology: A Southeastern Perspective"
USC Sumter
Science 114
8:00 - 10:30 p.m.
Open to all


Dr. Costello will present slides and a discussion of his explorations of the prehistory of the upper Lake Marion area and his visits to the controversial Topper Site on the Savannah River in Allendale County, SC. In addition, he will review major paradigm shifts currently underway in American archaeology which include the demise of the “Clovis First” hypothesis concerning the peopling of the Americas. The principal target audience includes Professor J T Myers Anthropology 102 class and USC Aiken Business students desiring ICE (Inter-Curricular Enrichment) activity credit. An opportunity for informal discussion and examination of display cases containing prehistoric artifacts up to 13,000 years old collected by Dr. Costello from the shore of upper Lake Marion will follow the formal presentation. All interested members of the USC Sumter community are welcome to attend.    








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