February 08, 2018, Nina Jackson
Representing every academic unit across campus, USC faculty members submitted 130 applications to the Excellence Initiative Committee for funding consideration.
December 07, 2017, Jeff Stensland
The University of South Carolina is joining Samsung Electronics America to develop the next generation of advanced appliances at the company's new plant in Newberry, South Carolina.
May 08, 2017, Adena Rice
The University of South Carolina will be represented abroad by our seven Fulbright US Student grantees for the 16th consecutive year as they conduct research, study and serve as English Teaching Assistants.
March 27, 2017
Faculty, staff, post-docs and students can sign up as reviewers, judges and volunteers for the first Discover USC research showcase event on April 21.
March 10, 2017, Jeff Stensland
All faculty members are invited to join Provost Joan Gabel for an informational session about The Conversation from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Tuesday (March 14) at the Russell House theater.
March 01, 2017
This month’s Tech Tuesday Talk will feature Public Health Ph.D. candidate Alicia Dahl, who will discuss her work on technology-based interventions and support for pregnant women.
February 11, 2017, Jeff Stensland
University of South Carolina chemical engineering professor John Monnier has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE), a prestigious group of researchers selected for their significant and lasting contributions to the field.
January 12, 2017, Madeline Thorn
University of South Carolina chemistry professor Chuanbing Tang was named by President Barack Obama as one of 102 scientists to receive the 2017 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers -- the highest award given by the U.S. government to researchers in the early stages of their independent careers.
December 09, 2016, Lynn Schutte
Six University of South Carolina graduate students will receive awards under the Donna and Andrew Sorensen Endowment for Health Sciences Fund. The fund was established to reward top doctoral students in the health sciences field who are focusing on cancer research.
December 08, 2016, Erin Bluvas
Researchers from the University of South Carolina, Duke University, University of Alabama at Birmingham and Metabolon Inc. Research Triangle Park have discovered a new way to treat non-alcoholic fatty liver disease—a condition that affects up to 25 percent of the population and may lead to cirrhosis and eventually liver cancer or failure.
November 28, 2016, Jeff Stensland
University of South Carolina sociology professor Douglas Anderton and chemistry professor Stephen Morgan have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Election as a AAAA fellow is among the most prestigious honors awarded in academia.
November 18, 2016, Peggy Binette
How do the humanities matter in a chaotic 21st century? That’s the question one of the nation’s top philosophers and ethics experts will tackle in a public talk Wednesday, Dec. 14 at the University of South Carolina. Talbot Brewer, a professor from the University of Virginia, will speak at 5:30 p.m. in the School of Law auditorium. His talk, titled “What Good are the Humanities?,” is part of a research project that is led in part by the University of South Carolina and brings together scholars from around the world to study the facts that lead to happiness and meaning of life.
November 02, 2016, Megan Sexton
Anita Lobel, the acclaimed author and illustrator of children’s books, will be honored by the Ex Libris Society at the University of South Carolina Nov. 17 where she will be presented with the Thomas Cooper Society medal in recognition of her contribution to the arts. The dinner is open to the public, with reservations required by Nov. 11. Lobel's has donated her archive, which includes illustrations, artwork, manuscripts and papers to the University of South Carolina Libraries. Pieces from the collection, will be on display in the university’s Hollings Special Collection Library, starting Nov. 7.
September 16, 2016, Wes Hickman
As the Southeast’s most comprehensive health sciences teaching and research institution, the University of South Carolina will build on its nationally recognized programs in medicine, nursing, social work, public health, pharmacy, biochemistry, business, computing and others, as well as its unique partnerships with health care providers throughout the state, to create the premier health sciences experience for both undergraduate and graduate students.