Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush will speak at winter commencement exercises on Dec. 15. Bush will receive an honorary degree of doctor of public service at the commencement ceremony. The university expects to award nearly 2,800 degrees to students from all eight campuses.
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The Division of Law Enforcement and Safety (USCPD) will host its third annual Stuff the Police Car event Dec. 4 and Dec. 5 to benefit the Toys for Tots Foundation, an outreach effort of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve.
The Social Justice Awards are given to members of the university community who exemplify the philosophies of Martin Luther King Jr., through acts of community service, social justice or racial reconciliation. Anyone from the Columbia or regional campus or School of Medicine can nominate a deserving student, faculty or staff member.
The University of South Carolina and Clemson University wrapped up their 30th annual blood drive, resulting in the seventh consecutive win for UofSC.
Dustin Praylow has always wanted to be a pediatrician. The junior biology major is on track to make that happen, but not before he explores his other passion -- dance.
A group-centered program called CenteringPregnancy is now being offered by the University of South Carolina School of Medicine. CenteringPregnancy is gaining popularity, as a way to provide prenatal care and education, especially for first-time mothers, about what to expect during pregnancy and delivery.
It's now official: IBM--one of the largest and most respected technology companies in the world--is partnering with the University of South Carolina and will take up residence on the Columbia campus. The partnership will create the Center for Applied Innovation, a place where experts from the university and IBM will work together to better serve higher education institutions nationwide and provide enhanced learning experiences for tomorrow's college students.
Constantine Manos has always been a little ahead of his time, from having a professional photography gig by the time he finished his first year at Carolina to opposing segregation in editorials written in 1953-54 for The Gamecock. Now, as he looks back on a 60-year photography career that includes four books and countless exhibits around the world, Manos talks about growing up in Columbia and his time at Carolina.