The American Chemical Society (ACS) has named University of South Carolina professors Scott R. Goode and Susan D. Richardson 2016 ACS Fellows. Goode and Richardson, faculty in the department of chemistry and biochemistry, are among 57 national fellows chosen for their exceptional accomplishments in chemistry and service to the ACS community.
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The University of South Carolina was awarded an $8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to explore new, sustainable ways to store hazardous nuclear waste. With the award, USC becomes one of only four new national Energy Frontier Research Centers in the country.
USC Vehicle Management in collaboration with the campus Police Department will begin collecting abandoned bicycles around campus. The collection will begin Wednesday (July 27) and run through Aug. 1.
Cheryl Addy, the Arnold School of Public Health’s senior associate dean for academic affairs, has been named vice provost and dean of the graduate school at the University of South Carolina.
USC Beaufort Vice Chancellor for Advancement and External Relations, Lynn McGee, Ph.D., has been selected for a 2016-17 U.S. Scholar grant to participate in a Fulbright International Education Administrators seminar.
When Bryan Gibson first visited the University of South Carolina in 1999 to audition for cello professor Robert Jesselson, it didn’t go well. Seventeen years later, Gibson is touring the world as a cellist and multi-instrumentalist — and Jesselson has fond memories of the student he once saw as unprepared for pursuing a career in music.
Faye Jeffcoat is a Gamecock by marriage and motherhood, but there is no doubt her blood runs garnet. A native of Newberry, S.C., who was an English major at Newberry College, Jeffcoat says her family was evenly split between University of South Carolina and Clemson grads — that is until she met and married Abb Jeffcoat Jr. After that, it was all Carolina, all the time.
Having worked in situations from urban Baltimore to rural Central America, Mark Humphrey has internalized the importance of building trust with partners — and understanding patients’ lives beyond just their medical problems.
Michelle Dhunjishah is replacing Harry Davis as head of the Children’s Law Center at the University of South Carolina School of Law.