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Multiple Faculty Positions at UofSC AI Institute

The Artificial Intelligence (AI) Institute (http://ai.sc.edu) is a new university-wide institute engaged in core AI research, as well as high-impact interdisciplinary research involving AI implementations and applications. It is an outcome of the university’s Presidential Excellence Initiative, which seeks to bring national prominence to our college and university through AI research and its economic impact.

Software Engineer Intern at Avolanta

Software Engineer Intern

Job Summary:

The Software Engineer Intern will work with a team of engineers to deliver user interface components and services for a mission critical customer engagement platform. They will work in a fast-paced startup environment where continuous change, innovation and experimentation are expected. The engineer will work with established and cutting edge technologies including microservices, serverless architectures, AWS Services, Javascript frameworks, and machine learning.

Responsibilities / Job Duties:

Student Intern at DHEC

Scope of Work
The Division of Diabetes and Heart Disease Management is seeking a student to assist the Division in developing a conference app for the Annual Chronic Disease Prevention Symposium held each March.

Part-Time Student WebDeveloper

This Position has been filled

This position will consist of writing code in multiple languages while understanding good UI/UX fundamentals and business logic. You will also need to work closely with the entire team to finish projects in the allotted time for said projects. Below are some of the skills you will need.

Skills needed

Student Researcher at the Center for Digital Humanities

Pay rate:
$15/hr; 10 hours/week

Student Researchers will contribute to a collaborative and interdisciplinary project devoted to reimagining eighteenth-century architectural illustrations and maps by Giovanni Piranesi that are housed in USC’s Irvin Department of Rare Books and Special Collections. Under the guidance of project staff, student workers will produce digital pages in the open-source program Scalar following the models in the developing pages at digitalpiranesi.org. Work will primarily take place at the Center for Digital Humanities, located in the Innovation Center (IBM building) on Assembly Street.

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