UofSC alumna Sara Barber was recently named executive director the South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Assault. A 13-year veteran of the fight against domestic violence and a mother of two daughters, Barber wants to make her community a safer place for this generation and the next.
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On and off UofSC's campus, there are plenty of spooky events to attend to make your Halloween the creepiest, most entertaining one yet.
The USC Division of Law Enforcement and Safety has moved from its current location on Senate Street to a new location at the renovated 1600 Hampton St. Annex.
Student Health Services wants everyone at UofSC to learn about their bodies and minds during Wellness Week, Oct. 28- Nov. 4. The week will include information sessions and lectures about everything from sexual health to domestic violence. All events are free for students, faculty and staff.
Assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering joined Carolina this fall after graduate work at the University of Toronto and Drexel.
Four faculty members have been named to the second class of McCausland Faculty Fellows in the College of Arts and Sciences. This year's recipients, all chosen by the dean of the college, are English professor Federica K. Clementi, biological anthropologist Sharon DeWitte, studio arts professor Sara Schneckloth and history professor Adam M. Schor.
Millions of plant specimens collected in America over the past several hundred years are making their way to a global stage. The University of South Carolina is playing a leadership role in making botanical data contained in herbarium cabinets scattered across the United States accessible across the world.
University of South Carolina research professor Abdel Bayoumi is on the forefront of military safety. His team of engineers and computer scientists conduct advanced diagnostic studies on some of the military's most sophisticated helicopters. Their work reduces costs, ensures top performance, improves moral and, most importantly, saves lives.