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USC Aiken Donor Encourages Giving

There are lots of reasons why you should give to USC. John Troutman names a few in our latest video.

Opportunity Guaranteed

The seeds of Sam Moore's entrepreneurship were planted when he was still an economics major at Carolina

Liz Stewart discusses why she supports USC AIken

UofSC works to preserve Marine Corps' film history

The university's Moving Image Research Collections will digitize the Marine Corps Film Repository, with plans to eventually place the films online for the public to view free of charge.

Anonymous donor is a familiar face to scholarship recipients

Charleston native A. Lamar Hunter chooses SOM Greenville, thanks to scholarship opportunity.

Arnold School marks 40 years of making SC healthier

In 40 years, the Arnold School has graduated more than 10,000 people working in communication sciences and disorders; environmental health sciences; epidemiology and biostatistics; exercise science; health promotion, education and behavior; and health services policy and management.

John Troutman explains the different ways he's made planned gifts

John Troutman explains the many different ways he's made gifts to the university and how they've made an impact.

Salk gets $100,000 for nursing program

BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina announced that USC Salkehatchie would receive the funds to assist in establishing a Clinical Simulation Lab for its nursing program.

Great expectations

Biology professor Rekha Patel is this year's recipient of the Michael J. Mungo Graduate Teaching Award.

Arnold School alumna Frances Dunn Butterfoss establishes endowment to support graduate students

Fran Butterfoss didn't know it at the time, but she spent the first 15 years of her professional career prepping for what would be her true calling: empowering public health coalitions.

Promises kept: Carolina's Promise campaign achieves lofty goal

Carolina's Promise, the University of South Carolina's $1 billion campaign launched in 2008, has reached its goal on time and on target.

The Power of Nursing

Barbara Huitt was a nursing student and a cheerleader at the University of South Carolina when she met Earl Lovelace, a basketball player and history major, in the mid-1960s.

Two bequeath home to Salkehatchie

Spreading the Spark

The University of South Carolina was the catalyst for his successful career, and William Ellerbee "Trey" Ackerman III, '97, MTax '98, wants to help a new generation of students find similar professional success of their own.

UofSC names three as 2015 McCausland Fellows

Three young scholars who are considered rising stars at the University of South Carolina and in academia have been named 2015 McCausland Fellows in recognition for their research and imaginative teaching.

 

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