Roger Dougal, chair of electrical engineering department in the College of Engineering and Computing, is an expert on power electronics, focusing his research primarily on modeling the dynamic behavior of large, complex electrically driven systems.
what's happening @UofSC
The University of South Carolina has named Sarah Gehlert as the dean of the College of Social Work. Gehlert comes to Carolina from Washington University in St. Louis, where she was the E. Desmond Lee Professor of Racial and Ethnic Diversity.
The city of Columbia threw a parade for the NCAA National Champion Gamecocks. The women's basketball team rode down Main Street on a variety of vehicles to the Statehouse for a celebration.
Astronomers at the Melton Memorial Observatory are ready to serve as your tour guide of the night sky on Mondays this spring and summer and will host a series events in connection with the August total solar eclipse.
For a trio of fourth-year USC pharmacy students, talking to low-income senior citizens and stepping inside all 70 of South Carolina’s hospitals gave them a first-hand look at the state’s health disparities and how they could improve the state’s health as pharmacists.
Hundreds of University of South Carolina students sign up each year to work the Masters Tournament. A public relations senior, Juilette LaFerlita, describes her second experience working the Masters.
(feat. Josh Eagle, law) --Post and Courier
(feat. Donald Portnoy, music) --Free Times
(feat. Jim Spirek, S.C. Institute for Archaeology and Anthropology) --Beaufort Gazette
(feat. Joan Culley, nursing) -- Post and Courier
Calling all flute aficionados
Want to tune out that annoying co-worker while learning something new? You could try visiting A Flutist’s Book of Days, the YouTube site where flute professor Jennifer Parker-Harley is compiling 365 days of flute music.
3 students win Goldwater Scholarships
Three South Carolina Honors College students win Goldwater Scholarships. Carolina students have won Goldwater Scholarships for 25 consecutive years.
Top students honored at annual Awards Day ceremony
Three graduating seniors received the university's highest honors at the annual Awards Day ceremony. Jory Mackenzie Fleming and Megan Patricia O’Brien received Algernon Sydney Sullivan awards, the university’s top honor for undergraduates, and Cory Cambridge Alpert received the Steven N. Swanger award, the university’s second-highest undergraduate honor.
Tuesday, Apr. 25, 2017
Location: Jones Physical Science Center 210
Wednesday, Apr. 26, 2017
Wednesday, Apr. 26, 2017
Friday, Apr. 28, 2017
Location: See event description for more details.
Monday, May. 1, 2017
Location: Melton Observatory 201