Two South Carolina Honors College juniors, Ian Bain and Zoe Screwvala of Brooklyn have won prestigious Goldwater Scholarships, awarded annually to undergraduate STEM majors across the country.
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Reward a student who excels at UofSC by nominating them for the TOAST recognition certificate. Nominations are due April 15.
An editor from The Conversation will be on the Columbia campus March 31 and April 1 to meet with faculty in multiple colleges, and discussing how The Conversation can help you.
Several university departments offer helpful mobile apps for free to download on the device of your choice.
In the new world of distance learning, faculty are getting a crash course in online education — and the learning curve can be steep. But it’s not insurmountable, says Lucy Ingram, assistant dean for academic affairs and online education at the university’s Arnold School of Public Health.
The history of enslaved people at South Carolina College — the precursor of today's University of South Carolina — is a difficult one to tell. But research has brought to light the names of many of those individuals, and the university is acknowledging the vital role they played in the college's early days. Here's the story of one of those enslaved workers — a man named Jack.
The first federal census of the United States, signed by Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson on Sept. 19, 1791, is now part of the collection at the University of South Carolina Libraries