Aparna Polavarapu, a law professor and scholar with the University of South Carolina’s Rule of Law Collaborative, researches progress in African laws that affect women.
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Calendar of Events
Exhibit: "McKissick Museum: Invitation to Explore"
Monday, June 8, 2015View Event Details
Exhibit: "Heard at Every Turn: Traditional Music in South Carolina"
Thursday, August 6, 2015View Event Details
McCuthen House opens for lunch
Thursday, September 3, 2015View Event Details
Exhibit: USC Goes to GTMO
Thursday, September 17, 2015View Event Details
Solitude and Mystery: John Julius Wilnoty
Tuesday, September 29, 2015View Event Details
Roadside, an exhibition by Lauren Greenwald
Thursday, October 29, 2015View Event Details
Exhibit: "Pat Conroy: A Retrospective"
Monday, November 16, 2015View Event Details
Maria Vu Junior Piano Recital
Monday, November 30, 2015View Event Details
Monday, Nov. 23 marks 12th year that engineering professor Abdel Bayoumi and his students will watch their design and construction of a gigantic Clemson tiger burn in effigy on the intramural field adjacent from the Colonial Life Arena as part of Tigerburn.
Imagine several teams of aspiring innovators pitching a product or service they believe to be "the next big thing" to a panel of seasoned entrepreneurs before a live audience. On the line is up to $20,000 to make their startup idea a reality. No, you're not watching an episode of the popular ABC-TV show, "Shark Tank." It's the final round of The Proving Ground, the University of South Carolina's annual entrepreneurial competition.
When alumni Earl and Barbara Huitt Lovelace were caring for their aging parents, they saw first-hand how important nurses are to families in need. Now the couple has created a scholarship to help nursing students in need.
Beth Ann Bell really knows how to turn back time. The University of South Carolina alumna, now a UCLA post-doc, may have rolled the starting point for life back by 300 million years.
(feat. Gaye Christmus, public health) --Huffington Post
Professor discusses legality of releasing student records (feat. Derek Black, law) --Slate
Common decision biases can affect hiring decisions in negative ways, expert says (feat. Patrick Wright, business) --Wall Street Journal
UofSC ‘Frankenstein’ authority details how story came to be (feat. Paula Feldman, English) --South Carolina Public Radio
Expert: Research on police violence is very lacking (feat. Seth Stoughton, law) --NPR
Professor discusses ‘Ferguson Effect’ on police, society (feat. Scott Wolfe, criminology) --Pacific Standard Magazine