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Center for Healthcare Quality postdoctoral fellow LaDrea Ingram joins prestigious scholars program

Center for Healthcare Quality postdoctoral fellow LaDrea Ingram joins prestigious scholars program

Ingram has been selected to participate in Yale University's Research Education Institute for Diverse Scholars program, which is designed to support HIV researchers from underrepresented groups meet the challenges and barriers they face.

Danielle Varnedoe preps to lead South Carolina Speech-Language-Hearing Association as president

Danielle Varnedoe preps to lead South Carolina Speech-Language-Hearing Association as president

Danielle Varnedoe has supported and led SCSHA in almost every way possible. She has served on numerous committees, some of them twice and some of them as chair or co-chair.

Doctoral graduate completes third UofSC degree to secure tenure-track position with Valdosta State University

Doctoral graduate completes third UofSC degree to secure tenure-track position with Valdosta State University

Just three years after beginning his doctoral program, George Grieve graduated this month. He'll get married in June and then begin a tenure-track position at Valdosta State University.

Exercise science students travel through Greece and Italy learning about sport and how its related to health

Exercise science students travel through Greece and Italy learning about sport and how its related to health

Join 30 students and three faculty members as they blog their way through Greece and Italy, learning bout the history of sport and competition, how sport has an impact on culture, and the relationship between sport and health.

Arnold School faculty members to serve as principal investigators on 14 projects supported by 2018 ASPIRE grants

Arnold School faculty members to serve as principal investigators on 14 projects supported by 2018 ASPIRE grants

Faculty members from across the Arnold School received funding from the Office of the Vice President for Research with 2018 Advanced Support for Innovative Research Excellence (ASPIRE) grants.

Arnold School honors graduates at 2018 Hooding Ceremony

Arnold School honors graduates at 2018 Hooding Ceremony

The Arnold School celebrated master's and doctoral graduates at the 2018 Hooding Ceremony on May 10. Arnold School and department award winners, along with Delta Omega inductees, were also recognized.

Arnold School students participate in Discover USC 2018

Arnold School students participate in Discover USC 2018

Sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Research, the second Discover USC showcase included more than 1,000 projects from students, postdoctoral fellows, and medical scholars. Arnold School students were well represented among the presenters.

Susan Steck (EPID/BIOS) receives Outstanding Dietitian of the Year Award

Susan Steck (EPID/BIOS) receives Outstanding Dietitian of the Year Award

Susan Steck, associate professor epidemiology and biostatistics, has received the Outstanding Dietitian of the Year Award from the South Carolina Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the Columbia-Midlands Dietetic Association.

Graduate with leadership distinction Scott Salters sets his sights on medical school

Graduate with leadership distinction Scott Salters sets his sights on medical school

UofSC features May graduate Scott Salters, who didn't think it would be possible to become a physician. Now, after earning his exercise science degree, he's planning to attend medical school this fall.

Military veteran notches perfect GPA while advocating for campus veteran community

Military veteran notches perfect GPA while advocating for campus veteran community

UofSC features Brooks Herring and his successful balancing of family, academics, and service while earning his exercise science degree at the Arnold School. In August, he'll join his department's doctor of physical therapy program.

May graduate builds clinical expertise through master's degree in advanced athletic training

May graduate builds clinical expertise through master's degree in advanced athletic training

Kenya Moore's high school didn't have an athletic trainer, but she was always intrigued with the recovery process after seeing friends experience season-ending injuries. She began researching the profession and quickly realized that's what she wanted to do as a career.

May graduate strives to lead healthcare policy analysis in Saudi Arabia with Ph.D. in health services policy and management

May graduate strives to lead healthcare policy analysis in Saudi Arabia with Ph.D. in health services policy and management

During her doctoral program in health services policy and management, Duaa Aljabri developed expertise in analyzing and implementing national healthcare policies as well as assessing outcomes in both the managerial and clinical practice levels.

 

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