When Emily Bethea walks across the commencement stage Monday, it will mark the completion of a dream that began more than a decade ago, as she watched over her mother and infant brother in the hospital.
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Steady economic gains are expected for South Carolina in 2017 despite the political uncertainty that comes with new governor and U.S. president. The gains build on positive growth across most of the Palmetto State’s industries and regions, according to University of South Carolina economists at the Darla Moore School of Business.
Franklin D. Roosevelt called it “a date which will live in infamy” — Dec. 7, 1941, the day Japan attacked the U.S. Navy base at Pearl Harbor, dragging America into a cataclysmic world war and dramatically altering the course of history. For USC students like Jim Pearce, the event had personal ramifications, as the immediate effect of the Sunday morning attack changed the mood on campus from pre-holiday gaiety to frenetic patriotism.
In the spring, the University of South Carolina School of Medicine joined forces with Palmetto Health to create the largest multi-specialty medical group in the Midlands. The partnership vastly expands the services available to patients and is making the city of Columbia a medical destination.
Congressman John Lewis, a leader in the civil rights movement for more than five decades, will be the guest speaker at the University of South Carolina’s winter commencement exercises Dec. 12.
(feat. Doug Woodward and Joey Von Nessen, economics) --Upstate Business Journal
--South Carolina Radio News Network
(feat. Michael Montgomery, linguistics program) --West Virginia Public Broadcasting
“As Executive Director of USC's 24,000-member Alumni Association, Jack Claypoole Explains How My Carolina Looks to Engage Every Generation”
--CEO South Carolina
A revolutionary rivalry
Graduate business student Brittany VanderBeek was put on a project of epic proportions during her internship at Michelin: Bring Carolina and Clemson students together to help reduce waste at a tire manufacturer. Next semester, the first joint class of students will begin working on solutions thanks to VanderBeek's hard work.
DC at 25: Meghan Hickman, alumna
The Washington Semester Program celebrates its 25th anniversary of providing full-time, semester-long internships at congressional offices, federal agencies, nonprofits and other D.C.-based organizations. In the third of our series of stories talking to alumni and current participants in the program, we talk to program alumna Meghan Hickman, executive director of Engenuity SC.
Garnet Apple winner has lifelong love of teaching
Tena B. Crews has wanted to be a teacher ever since she had a teacher. For her dedication to students and passion for her profession, Crews has been awarded a Garnet Apple Award for Teaching Innovation.
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Location: School of Music 206