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Summer Courses

Make the most of your summer by taking classes with the University of South Carolina's College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management.

Study from wherever you are and around your schedule!

Graduate faster: Graduate on time by earning credits all year, not just in the fall and spring. 

Earn a minor: Summer classes allow you to efficiently add a minor and access courses that normally fill up quickly.

Knock out a challenging course: Summer courses help students successfully complete tougher classes by providing a focused, accelerated format. Some classes can be completed in just three weeks!

HRSM 2022 Summer Courses*

Open to all USC students! Courses may be used for major, minor, cognate or elective credits. More information about HRSM’s summer courses can be found at the College of HRSM bulletin

*J and Q1A courses are taught 100% online. Please note that this schedule is subject to change.

For an explanation of session dates, please visit the University Registrar's summer schedule page.

 

CRN Course Section Title Description Session Primary Instructor Keywords
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70785 HRSM 301 001 HRSM Professional Development Seminar Strategies, tactics, and requisite skills for career success in the hospitality, retail, sport, entertainment, and technology industries. Course must be taken prior to HRSM internship. Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Community Service, GLD: Professional and Civic Engagement Internships. 3S3 Crick, Collin W. hrsm
73830 HRSM 401 J10 HRSM Leadership Examination of effective techniques and practices of leadership development in the hospitality/tourism, retail and sport/entertainment industries. 3S2 Todd, Samuel Y. hrsm
72837 HRSM 495 J10 Internship The internship is a supervised work experience in the student’s major area of study. 3S0 Bickle, Marianne C. hrsm
72650 HRSM 497 J10 Senior Seminar Integration of prior academic work through the examination of problem inquiry, conduct of research, application of a solution development and the completion of a research paper. Prerequisites: Senior status, and HRSM student (SPTE, HRTM, RETL, or BAIS). 3S1 Bickle, Marianne C. hrsm
70631 HRTM 110 J10 Introduction to the Hospitality Industry History, growth, developments, and future opportunities in the hospitality industry. 3S1 Hendry, George M. HRTM
73993 HRTM 169 J10 ServSafe Sanitation Food safety and sanitation in a commercial kitchen operation. 3S3 Lybrand, Robert T. HRTM
70632 HRTM 228 J10 Purchasing and Controls A study of the major foods, beverages, and supplies that are purchased in hotels, motels, and food-service establishments as well as techniques on how to control their distribution within the operation. 3S5 Lybrand, Robert T. HRTM
70786 HRTM 260 J10 Hotel Management Management of the lodging phase of the hospitality industry to include front desk, housekeeping, and maintenance areas. 3S5 Kubickova, Marketa HRTM
70388 HRTM 270 001 Quantity Food Production The basics of food production from storeroom to consumer. Various techniques of storage, preparation, merchandising, and menu-planning, as well as the many aspects of service. One lecture and three laboratory hours per week. Prerequisites: C or better in HRTM 169 or proof of ServSafe Manager Certification. 3S3 Lybrand, Robert T. HRTM
74504 HRTM 275 J10 Introduction to Beverage Management Introduction to Beverage Management, is an introductory course designed to give students a broad understanding of the beverage industry. 3S4 Knapp, William R. HRTM
70633 HRTM 280 J10 Foundations of Tourism Basic introduction to the social science of tourism in the US and the world, including definitional issues, motivations for travel, factors influencing demand-side and supply-side growth, the tourism product, market segmentation and marketing, socioeconomic, and ecological impacts, and destination life cycle dynamics. May not be used to satisfy Carolina Core requirements for HRTM majors. Carolina Core: GSS. 3S3 Zhang, Xiaonan HRTM
70385 HRTM 290 001 Hospitality and Tourism Practices Supervised full-time work experience in an area of the hospitality and tourism industry, selected by the student and approved by the practicum coordinator. 400 hours required for 6 credit hours, 200 hours required for 3 credit hours. Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Professional and Civic Engagement Internships Experiential Learning: Experiential Learning Opportunity. 3S0 Chavis, Jessica P. HRTM
70386 HRTM 290 002 Hospitality and Tourism Practices Supervised full-time work experience in an area of the hospitality and tourism industry, selected by the student and approved by the practicum coordinator. 400 hours required for 6 credit hours, 200 hours required for 3 credit hours. Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Professional and Civic Engagement Internships Experiential Learning: Experiential Learning Opportunity 3S0 Richardson, Ashley G. HRTM
70634 HRTM 340 J10 Nutrition The utilization of food by the body; menu planning and food production for institutions in relation to regular and modified diets. 3S5 Knapp, William R. HRTM
71405 HRTM 344 J10 Personnel Organization and Supervision Recruitment, selection, utilization, and development of human resources; role of supervisors in management and personnel administration. 3S4 Kim, Kawon HRTM
72833 HRTM 364 J10 Conference and Meeting Planning Planning and managing conferences and meetings in the tourism industry. 3S3 Jeong, Miyoung HRTM
72785 HRTM 375 J10 Wine, Beverage and Culture This course provides a broad base of knowledge, covering all commercially relevant beverages including origins, tradition and culture. 3S2 Strick, Sandra K. HRTM
70636 HRTM 440 J10 Services Management in Hospitality and Tourism Management issues pertinent to quality service delivery in hospitality and tourism organizations. 3S3 Martin, Drew G. HRTM
71754 HRTM 450 J10 Hospitality and Tourism Marketing Application of marketing principles and promotional techniques to the hospitality and travel industry. 3S4 Meng, Fang HRTM
70387 HRTM 495 001 Hospitality and Tourism Internship Structured industry practical experience in a hospitality or tourism company. 400 hours required. Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Professional and Civic Engagement Internships Experiential Learning: Experiential Learning Opportunity. 3S0 Richardson, Ashley G. HRTM
72836 HRTM 550 001 Theme Park and Attractions Management *Travel to Orlando, Florida* This course will give students an overview of the theme park and attractions industry. We will explore each of the areas of this industry including: history, venues, resources, ride operations, merchandising, food service and design. 3S5 Smith, Scott J. HRTM
74507 HRTM 590 001 Special Topics in HRTM Economically Sustainable Hospitality Operations in Iceland *Travel to Iceland* The overriding academic goal of this program will be to analyze the financial impact of sustainable operations initiatives in the economic environment of Iceland as it relates to its number one industry, hospitality and tourism. 3S3 Ayres, Kevin HRTM
74508 HRTM 590 002 Special Topics in HRTM Luxury Management in Italy: Global Learning Experience *Travel to Italy* This program is designed to enhance academic, personal and cultural learning through the study abroad experience. Students have an opportunity to learn from Italian Luxury experts. They will experience Italian retailing/designer and hospitality venues and services, as well as important museums, markets and related businesses. 3S3 Strick, Sandra K. HRTM
74833 HRTM 590 003 Special Topics in HRTM Ecotourism in Situ — Denali to Prince Williams Sound, Alaska *Travel to Alaska* This course focuses on ecotourism with a hands-on learning / appreciative component within an ecotour of Alaska from Denali to Prince Williams Sounds. Included are daily lectures on a variety of ecotourism topics and exploration of the rich Alaskan environment, culture, wilderness, and local urban attractions as an ecotourist. 3S4 Mullikin, Thomas S. HRTM
74508 HRTM 590 004 Special Topics in HRTM Travel and Tourism Photography *Travel to Galápagos Islands / Ecuador* Learn to take pictures and video of the Galápagos wildlife in the air, on the land, and under the sea; how to photograph beaches and lava flows characteristic of the islands; tell a story about people, what they are doing and not doing to sustain the Galápagos ecosystem. 3S4 Mullikin, Thomas S. HRTM
73785 HRTM 590 J10 Special Topics in HRTM Exploring Tourism Through The Game of Thrones Explore the world of tourism through the lens of the award-winning HBO series Game of Thrones. There will be four main themes to the course: 1) tourism trends and the film tourism phenomenon; 2) destination management and marketing; 3) sustainable tourism and overtourism; and 4) leadership in tourism. 3S1 Hudson, Simon HRTM
72396 SPTE 788 J50 Business Analytics in HRSM Structured to help students apply concepts of scientific inquiry in practical business problems in the field of hospitality / tourism, retail and sport management.  Provides the student with an understanding of the process and the tools to support business problem identification, research design, information / data collection, data analytics, result visualization, and managerial decision-making of business cases. 3S2 Ballouli, Khalid W. HRTM
70364 HRSM 795 001 Field Project in HRSM Work experience and participation in management decision-making in a hospitality / tourism, retail, or sport / entertainment business environment. Positions assigned on an individual basis with emphasis on oral and written communication skills, planning, and problem solving. 3S0 Shapiro, Stephen L. hrsm
73546 SPTE 101 001 The Student-Athlete Experience Examination of the functions and resources the university provides for students transitioning to college and the problems common to the first-year student-athlete experience. 3S2 Fisackerly, William A. SPTE
70550 SPTE 110 J10 Sport and Entertainment in American Life The American sport and entertainment enterprise: background, influences, and trends; collegiate and professional sport organizations; ownership and unionization; media portrayals. 3S1 Southall, Deborah J. SPTE
70551 SPTE 110 J11 Sport and Entertainment in American Life The American sport and entertainment enterprise: background, influences, and trends; collegiate and professional sport organizations; ownership and unionization; media portrayals. 3S2 Mercado, Haylee U. SPTE
71489 SPTE 201 J10 Intro to Sport Management Introduction to sport management industry career fields. 3S1 Southall, Richard M. SPTE
71490 SPTE 201 J11 Intro to Sport Management Introduction to sport management industry career fields. 3S2 Nagel, Mark S. SPTE
70552 SPTE 202 J10 Intro to Live Entertainment Management The study of underlying themes in entertainment management and its application to music, family shows, and other live entertainment business venues. 3S1 Graham, Paul T. SPTE
70553 SPTE 202 J11 Intro to Live Entertainment Management The study of underlying themes in entertainment management and its application to music, family shows, and other live entertainment business venues. 3S2 Shaomian, Armen SPTE
71690 SPTE 203 J10 Intro to Event and Venue Management An overview of the history, impact, types, and trends of events and venues, the principles of event planning, the role of venues, and career options in each field. 3S1 Mihalik, Brian J. SPTE
71691 SPTE 203 J11 Intro to Event and Venue Management An overview of the history, impact, types, and trends of events and venues, the principles of event planning, the role of venues, and career options in each field. 3S2 Jeralds, Adonis S. SPTE
70365 SPTE 240 J10 Business Law Formation of contracts and their operation as they apply to business; promissory notes and checks; agency and employment. 3S4 Grady, John M. SPTE
70807 HRSM 274 J10 Computer Applications in HRSM Administrative tasks for computer usage, including software and hardware selection, applications, and solutions. 3S1 Crews, Tena B. SPTE
70808 HRSM 274 J11 Computer Applications in HRSM Administrative tasks for computer usage, including software and hardware selection, applications, and solutions. 3S2 Hur, Chan Hyeon hrsm
70366 SPTE 295 J10 Practicum Supervised work experience in a sport or entertainment management area selected by the student with approval of advisor. Contract approved by advisor or department chair is required for undergraduate students. Prerequisites: SPTE 195, SPTE 201 and SPTE 274. Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Professional and Civic Engagement Leadership Experiences Experiential Learning: Experiential Learning Opportunity. 3S0 Dunn, Matthew SPTE
70367 SPTE 295 J11 Practicum Supervised work experience in a sport or entertainment management area selected by the student with approval of advisor. Contract approved by advisor or department chair is required for undergraduate students. Prerequisites: SPTE 195, SPTE 201 and SPTE 274. Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Professional and Civic Engagement Leadership Experiences Experiential Learning: Experiential Learning Opportunity. 3S0 Dunn, Matthew SPTE
70368 SPTE 295 J12 Practicum Supervised work experience in a sport or entertainment management area selected by the student with approval of advisor. Contract approved by advisor or department chair is required for undergraduate students. Prerequisites: SPTE 195, SPTE 201 and SPTE 274. Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Professional and Civic Engagement Leadership Experiences Experiential Learning: Experiential Learning Opportunity. 3S0 Taylor, Steven E. SPTE
71968 SPTE 295 J13 Practicum Supervised work experience in a sport or entertainment management area selected by the student with approval of advisor. Contract approved by advisor or department chair is required for undergraduate students. Prerequisites: SPTE 195, SPTE 201 and SPTE 274. Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Professional and Civic Engagement Leadership Experiences Experiential Learning: Experiential Learning Opportunity. 3S0 Taylor, Steven E. SPTE
71491 SPTE 380 J10 Sport and Entertainment Marketing Marketing theory and practice and how it relates and applies to sport and entertainment. Prerequisites: MKTG 350. 3S1 Shapiro, Stephen L. SPTE
71492 SPTE 385 J10 Ethics / Sport and Entertainment Business Become familiar with ethical issues that exist in the business of sport and entertainment. Students will learn theories of ethics and how they relate to issues faced by managers in the sport and entertainment industry. Ethical theories and philosophies — deontology, utilitarianism, and virtue — will be driving the discussions and understandings of ethical decision-making. Carolina Core: VSR Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Professional and Civic Engagement Leadership Experiences 3S1 Yan, Cheng SPTE
71493 SPTE 385 J11 Ethics / Sport and Entertainment Business Become familiar with with the ethical issues that exist in the business of sport and entertainment. Students will learn theories of ethics and how they relate to issues faced by managers in the sport and entertainment industry. Ethical theories and philosophies — deontology, utilitarianism, and virtue — will be driving the discussions and understandings of ethical decision-making in this class. Carolina Core: VSR Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Professional and Civic Engagement Leadership Experiences 3S2 Gillentine, John A. SPTE
70369 SPTE 399 001 Independent Study Students will have an opportunity to explore a specific area of sport and entertainment management. Individual students will identify an area of study related to sport and entertainment management and complete a research paper on this topic under the guidance of the instructor. Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Research 3S0   SPTE
70555 SPTE 410 J10 Sport and Entertainment in Pop Culture Investigation of sport and entertainment as critical facets of American society. 3S2 Nagel, Mark S. SPTE
74439 SPTE 415 J10 Sport in Film This class invites students to consider a variety of classic and contemporary, international and domestic sports films featuring heroes and villains from baseball, basketball, boxing, football, soccer and other sports stages. Students will develop a rhetorical analysis of socially significant sport films after exposure to numerous critical perspectives. 3S1 Yan, Cheng SPTE
74456 SPTE 440 J10 SPTE Business and Finance Economic and finance theories applied to the management of sport and entertainment organizations. Prerequisites: FINA 363 or FINA 333. 3T6 Regan, Thomas H. SPTE
71110 SPTE 440 J11 SPTE Business and Finance Economic and finance theories applied to the management of sport and entertainment organizations. Prerequisites: FINA 363 or FINA 333. 3S1 Watanabe, Nicholas M. SPTE
71594 SPTE 444 001 SPTE Event Management Application of management principles to sports and entertainment events. Prerequisites: SPTE 380, SPTE 440. 3S3 Mercado, Haylee U. SPTE
70370 SPTE 444 002 SPTE Event Management Application of management principles to sports and entertainment events. Prerequisites: SPTE 380, SPTE 440. 3S3 Southall, Deborah J. SPTE
74440 SPTE 444 003 SPTE Event Management Application of management principles to sports and entertainment events. Prerequisites: SPTE 380, SPTE 440. 3S2 Truell, Laura S. SPTE
72823 SPTE 450 J10 Sales in SPTE Business Students will be provided with an overview of the sales process and learn how the sales process applies to sport and entertainment while using hands on exercises to perpetuate the understanding of the importance of sales. Prerequisites: MKTG 350. 3S1 Todd, Samuel Y. SPTE
74441 SPTE 490 001 Topic: The Galapagos Islands: Sustainability, Eco-tourism, and the Diving Industry Travel course. Fee required. Current topics and trends in sport, live entertainment, and venue management. Content varies by title. May be repeated once. 3S3 Southall, Richard M. SPTE
70371 SPTE 495 J10 Internship in SPTE Management Placement with a sport or entertainment organization for a supervised learning experience in the student’s career specialization area. Prerequisites: SPTE 440 and 444; 114 credit hours. Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Professional and Civic Engagement Internships Experiential Learning: Experiential Learning Opportunity 3S0 Graham, Paul T. SPTE
70372 SPTE 495 J11 Internship in SPTE Management Placement with a sport or entertainment organization for a supervised learning experience in the student’s career specialization area. Prerequisites: SPTE 440 and 444; 114 credit hours. Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Professional and Civic Engagement Internships Experiential Learning: Experiential Learning Opportunity 3S0 Dunn, Matthew SPTE
70991 SPTE 495 J12 Internship in SPTE Management Placement with a sport or entertainment organization for a supervised learning experience in the student’s career specialization area. Prerequisites: SPTE 440 and 444; 114 credit hours. Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Professional and Civic Engagement Internships Experiential Learning: Experiential Learning Opportunity 3S0 Taylor, Steven E. SPTE
74442 SPTE 570 001 Topic: The Spanish Sport Experience Trave Course. Fee required. This course examines a variety of global sport and entertainment management issues. The emphasis will be on an understanding of the concepts related to the sport and entertainment management in an international setting. Content varies by title. May be repeated once. Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Professional and Civic Engagement Leadership Experiences 3S3 Gillentine, John A. SPTE
73553 SPTE 590 001 Topic: The History of the Sport Business Investigation of Special topics pertinent to the sport and entertainment management industry. Content varies by title. May be repeated twice. 3S3 Brown, Matthew T. SPTE
74443 SPTE 590 002 Topic: Professional Tournament Planning and Operations Travel Course. Fee required. Investigation of Special topics pertinent to the sport and entertainment management industry. Content varies by title. May be repeated twice. 3S3 Grady, John M. SPTE
74444 SPTE 590 003 Topic: The Southern Sport Experience Travel Course. Fee required. Investigation of Special topics pertinent to the sport and entertainment management industry. Content varies by title. May be repeated twice. 3S3 Regan, Thomas H. SPTE
74445 SPTE 640 J50 Venue Management: Principals and Practice Managing public assembly facilities and venues. Prerequisites: SPTE 203 or equivalent. 3S1 Jeralds, Adonis S. SPTE
71447 SPTE 655 J56 Social Media in SPTE In-depth investigation of social networks, digital platforms, and online marketing for the live entertainment and sport industries. 3S2 Ballouli, Khalid W. SPTE
70373 SPTE 701 001 Management: Sport and Entertainment Industry Management principles in the sport and entertainment industry. 3S3 Koesters, Todd C. SPTE
74446 SPTE 730 J50 Advanced Sport and the Law Advanced knowledge of the legal issues that frequently arise in the context of sport will be covered. The focus of the course is law as it applies to sport as well as how the law affects participants, spectators, sport organizations, and facility managers, among others. 3S1 Koesters, Todd C. SPTE
72400 SPTE 760 J50 Principles of SPTE Marketing This course is designed to provide a foundation in the principles of sport and entertainment marketing. Prerequisites: Undergraduate marketing class or equivalent. 3S1 Shapiro, Stephen L. SPTE
72401 SPTE 790 J50 Sport and Entertainment Finance This course examines financial information necessary to perform the usual duties and responsibilities associated with sport facilities, programs and organizations. 3S2 Watanabe, Nicholas M. SPTE
70374 SPTE 798 J50 Dir Study in SPTE Independent study for advanced students under faculty supervision. May be taken twice for degree credit. 3S0 Shapiro, Stephen L. SPTE
71544 SPTE 799 J50 Thesis Preparation Thesis preparation in sport and entertainment management. 3S0   SPTE
70975 HRSM 899 001 Dissertation Preparation Assists students through the proposal and dissertation writing process. 3S0   hrsm
71055 HRSM 899 002 Dissertation Preparation Assists students through the proposal and dissertation writing process. 3S0   hrsm
72009 HRSM 899 003 Dissertation Preparation Assists students through the proposal and dissertation writing process. 3S0   hrsm
70642 RETL 115 J10 Fashion History: A Global View Examination of influences of fashion throughout history 3S4 Bickle, Marianne C. RETL
74732 RETL 237 J10 The Changing Consumer Marketplace The economic problems of everyday life presented within a business framework 3S3 Watts, Donna H. RETL
71402 HRSM 242 J10 HRSM Professional Communications Theory, processes and applications of professional communications 3S1 Augur, Zanne T. RETL
71403 HRSM 242 J11 HRSM Professional Communications Theory, processes and applications of professional communications 3S2 Johnson, Jeffery K. hrsm
72622 RETL 250 J10 Sustainability in Fashion Examination of concepts, practices, and opportunities of fashion sustainability (such as social and environmental responsibility) available to designers, developers and consumers 3S3 Watts, Donna H. RETL
70643 RETL 261 J10 Principles of Accounting I Theory of debits and credits and the accounting cycle is covered 3S1 Ellison, Kristy P. RETL
71149 RETL 261 J11 Principles of Accounting I Theory of debits and credits and the accounting cycle is covered 3S2 Williams, Daniel J. RETL
70644 RETL 262 J10 Principles of Accounting II Preparation and interpretation of corporate financial statements with an emphasis on analysis and decision making techniques 3S1 Ellison, Kristy P. RETL
71150 RETL 262 J12 Principles of Accounting II Preparation and interpretation of corporate financial statements with an emphasis on analysis and decision making techniques 3S2 Williams, Daniel J. RETL
71151 RETL 265 J10 Principles of Retailing Management methods, location analysis, store organization, personnel, planning, buying and pricing techniques, and customer service policies for retail firms 3S3 Moody, Michael B. RETL
70645 RETL 268 J10 Principals of Fashion Merchandising Provides a comprehensive overview of the fashion industry as a global economic power 3S1 Jankovska, Daniela RETL
72756 RETL 310 J10 Digital Retailing Development of a comprehensive plan for implementing a retailing business online via digital technology 3S3 Park, Joohyung RETL
72804 RETL 330 J10 Asset Protection for Retailers Examination of loss prevention and risk management issues which affect the retailing industry 3S2 Watson, Michael R. RETL
71152 RETL 350 J10 Sales Strategies Theories, principles and techniques of personal selling with application to different buyer-seller situations 3S4 Moody, Michael B. RETL
71931 RETL 351 J10 Retail Entrepreneurship Essentials of creating and operating a new retail venture in physical and virtual environments 3S3 Park, Joohyung RETL
73901 RETL 362 J10 Principles of Customer Service Essential skills necessary to manage successful service operations, including retail, e-commerce, hospitality / tourism, food / beverage and sports / event organizations 3S5 Kim, Jiyeon RETL
70646 RETL 365 J10 Visual Merchandising Fundamental elements of visual merchandising and store design 3S1 Jankovska, Daniela RETL
70783 RETL 366 J10 Retail Buying Planning, purchasing and controlling inventories 3S1 Watson, Michael R. RETL
72805 3RETL 69 J10 Retail Promotion Planning and executing retail promotion strategies 3S3 Byun, Sang-Eun RETL
71930 RETL 425 J10 Customer Experience Management Study of customer trends and experience management 3S4 Kim, Jiyeon RETL
75217 RETL 462 J10 Merchandise Management Strategy The knowledge of the principles of merchandising as applied in manufacturing and retailing business organization and understanding of the retail buyer's role in merchandise management including merchandise planning, negotiating, buying, pricing, assorting and timing. 3S3 Park, Joohyung RETL
70647 RETL 485 J10 Multi-National Retailing Retail operations in international environments 3S5 Brosdahl, Deborah J. RETL
72757 RETL 487 J10 Retail Management Strategies Application of strategic management principles and models to competitive behavior in retailing 3S3 Campbell, Jeffrey M. RETL
70574 RETL 592 001 Retail / Fashion Merchandising Field Study Study international / domestic fashion manufacturers, retailers, ancillary businesses and selected resident buying offices 3S3 Brosdahl, Deborah J. RETL
74735 RETL 592 002 Retail / Fashion Merchandising Field Study Study international / domestic fashion manufacturers, retailers, ancillary businesses and selected resident buying offices 3S3 Edwards, Karen E. RETL
75121 RETL 592 003 Retail / Fashion Merchandising Field Study Study international / domestic fashion manufacturers, retailers, ancillary businesses and selected resident buying offices 3S5 Edwards, Karen E. RETL

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