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Professor offers insight to Sen. Tim Scott’s reticent support of Trump

(feat. Todd Shaw, political science) --New York Times

Moore School prof discusses hurricane and catastrophe bond market

(feat. Robert Hartwig, business) --The Wall Street Journal

Venue marketing scholar says Halloween can mean big revenue boost for theme parks

(feat. Scott Smith, hospitality, retail and sport management) --Orlando Sentinel

Policing expert says officers are trained to arrest ringleaders first in riot situations

(feat. Geoff Alpert, criminology and criminal justice) --Charlotte Observer

Opinion: Professor says understanding racism requires knowing history

(feat. Lauren Sklaroff, history) --Post and Courier

Foodways researcher helps bring back heirloom watermelon

(feat. David Shields, English) --Winston Salem Journal

USC Upstate chancellor addresses enrollment growth plan

(feat. Mary Anne Fitzpatrick, USC Upstate) --Greenville News

Dean addresses SC’s growing aerospace industry

(feat. Hossein Haj-Hariri, engineering and computing. --WLTX-TV

Researcher examines how the brain interprets metaphors

(feat. Rutvik Desai, psychology) --Chronicle of Higher Education

USC Press director reminisces about author Pat Conroy

(feat. Jonathan Haupt, USC Press) --Atlanta Journal & Constitution

Geographer discusses flooding and community resilience

(feat. Susan Cutter, geographer) --Scientific American

Professor discusses process for hiring police chiefs

(feat. Geoff Alpert, criminology and criminal justice) --Houston Chronicle

Nuclear engineering professor’s oped addresses energy needs

(feat. Theodore Besmann, engineering) --News Sentinel

Retired UofSC professor puts Trump campaign resets into context

(feat. Dan Carter, history) --PBS News Hour

UofSC archaeologist finds fort at Santa Elena

(feat. Chester DePratter, SCIAA) --The Guardian

“Aphasia patients to benefit from game being developed at UofSC”

(feat. Dirk den Ouden, public health) --Post and Courier

Professor cited for research on ‘makerspace’ trend in U.S. libraries

(feat. Heather Moorefield-Lang, Library and Information Science) --American Libraries Magazine

Researcher says lack of national database on police shootings is an embarrassment

(feat. Geoff Alpert, criminology and criminal justice) --New York Times

UofSC professor discusses impact of Brexit on S.C.

(feat. John McDermott, economics) --McClatchy Washington Bureau

UofSC sport law expert comments on Olympic sponsorship lawsuit

(feat. John Grady, sport and entertainment management) --The Toronto Star

UofSC professor weighs in on Disney’s late-night event strategy

(feat. Scott Smith, hotel, restaurant and tourism management) --Orlando Sentinel

Florida excavation brings new attention to UofSC Topper site

(feat. Al Goodyear, archaeology) --Post and Courier

Professor says Houston’s control of development lagging

(feat. Susan Cutter, geography) —Seattle Times via AP

UofSC professor shows that body-cam video can be deceiving

(feat. Seth Stoughton, law) —NBC Today Show

Professor provides history of Charleston and shrimp

(feat. David Shields, English) —Charleston City Paper

Study reveals fast casual restaurant meals pack in extra calories

(feat. Brie Turner McGrievy, public health) —Daily Mail

Student says international internship enhanced his MBA classroom learning

(feat. International MBA student Justin Chandler) --The Economist

Professor demystifies language surrounding transgender issues

(feat. Deborah Cohan, sociology/Beaufort) —Myrtle Beach Online

Professor discusses Universal’s rank of appeal in Orlando theme parks

(feat. Armen Shaomian, sport and entertainment management) —Orlando Sentinel

UofSC School of Medicine Greenville graduates first class

(feat. Jerry Youkey, SOM-Greenville) --Greenville News

Expert: Water research underfunded

(feat. Susan Richardson, chemistry) —LifeZette

Don’t try to treat snakebites at home, expert warns

(feat. Jill Michels, pharmacy) —WLTX

“UofSC seeks to assist nonprofits with pro bono marketing marathon”

(feat. Karen Mallia, mass communications) --Cola Daily

“Panu officially installed as USCB chancellor”

(feat. Al Panu, Beaufort) --Bluffton Today

“USC’s professional MBA chooses new Charlotte home, plans expansion”

(feat. Peter Brews, business) --Charlotte Business Journal

“Culinary guild gets farmers, chefs back in school”

Expert discusses local produce with farmers, chefs (feat. David Shields, English) --The Charlotte Observer

“Police cameras are a tool. It’s how we use this tool that matters.”

Expert recommends reports before and after viewing police body camera footage (feat. Seth Stoughton, law) --The Washington Post

“Historian, archaeologist to share story behind ‘Island of the Blue Dolphins’”

Professor discusses children’s book that inspired scientific research (feat. Sara Schwebel, English) --Ventura County Star

“USC Aiken gets $55,000 gift to endow chair in engineering”

(feat. Sandra Jordan, chancellor/Aiken) --The Augusta Chronicle

“Community service drives budding engineer”

UofSC civil engineering student finds that community service reinforces career choice --American Society of Civil Engineers

"Clinton and Sanders battle for black votes in South Carolina"

Professor discusses Democratic battle for black votes (feat. Todd Shaw, political science) --PBS

"SC Economy Looking Up in 2016"

Professor discusses SC economic outlook for coming year (feat. Joey von Nessen, economics) --SC Public Radio

"Can sports psychology make you a better parent?"

Expert: Parenting and sports both need measurable goals to feel the win (feat. Eva Monsma, athletic training) --SBS-TV

"Archives reveal history, culture behind African-American mourning"

Caroliniana Library archives reveal history, culture behind African-American mourning (feat. Nathan Saunders, libraries) --Cola Daily

"Irmo native named first USC recipient of Gates Cambridge Scholarship"

Eric Bringley, a senior in the USC Honors College, has been named the first Gamecock to earn a Gates Cambridge Scholarship. feat. Stephen Morgan, chemistry) --Cola Daily

"Against Bullying"

Personal attacks a real problem for philosophy academics, professor says (feat. Justin Weinberg, philosophy) --Inside Higher Ed

"SC college students share political views"

UofSC students discuss presidential primary politics --MSNBC

"In South Carolina, Young Black Voters Could Put Holes In Clinton's Firewall"

UofSC College Democrats preparing to decide what candidate will get their primary vote --NPR

"Five Things to Know about Presidential Contests in South Carolina and Nevada"

Expert discusses how Republican candidates may fare in SC primary (feat. Charles Bierbauer, mass communications) --The Blaze

"What 2 southern Walmarts say about crime in America"

One Walmart can affect entire county’s crime rate, expert says (feat. Scott Wolfe, criminology) --The Charlotte Observer

"Nurse practitioners seek more autonomy"

College of Nursing professor supports bill to expand scope of practice (feat. Stephanie Burgess, nursing) --Columbia Business Monthly

"The Surgeon Will Skype You Now"

Laws for remote surgery mirrors those for driverless cars, professor says (feat. Bryant Walker Smith, law) --Esquire

"Clinton, Sanders now face core of Democratic Party"

“Expert discusses candidate visits in South Carolina (feat. Todd Shaw, political science) --San Francisco Chronicle

"Planning for End-of-life And Palliative Care among African-Americans"

Research examines how African-Americans approach end of life care (feat. Ronit Elk, nursing) --Science Newsline

"After New Hampshire win, Bernie Sanders faces new test with minority voters"

(feat. Robert Oldendick, political science) --USA Today

" South Carolina appeals court's chief judge is newest state Supreme Court justice"

UofSC alumnus appointed SC’s newest Supreme Court justice (feat. John Few, law) --The Augusta Chronicle

"How To Market Yourself Like The Super Bowl"

Expert discusses how Super Bowl ads are designed to have maximum impact (feat. Marianne Bickle, retailing) --Forbes

"Osprey Village hopes 'intentional neighboring' will be a win-win solution"

Planned community of caring can be beneficial for all, professor says (feat. Sue Levkoff, social work) --The Island Packet