What does a gene sound like when it mutates? That seemingly absurd question is one that biology and music students work together to answer in a course that combines big data and sound to let researchers “hear” a mutation.
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The Social Justice Awards recognize individuals who exemplify the philosophies of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., through random or ongoing acts of community service, social justice or racial reconciliation.
The University of South Carolina Postal Services hosts two passport fairs during the fall semester in the Student Mail Center in the basement of the Russell House.
The Academic Team at UofSC won the Fall Novice Quizbowl Tournament at Georgia Tech on Sept. 21.
Susan Bon, a College of Education professor and School of Law affiliate, is taking on a new role at the University of South Carolina and will serve in a Presidential Fellowship role as executive assistant to President Bob Caslen.
When Joyce Hansen, an award-winning young adult author, was learning to read, she and her mother picked up "Alice and Wonderland" and read it over and over again. Those early reading experiences inspired her passion for storytelling, a joy that turned into a career. Hansen is among a trio of authors coming to campus for this month's Fall Literary Festival.
Gaining insight into a patient’s concerns and feelings is essential for positive clinical interactions between patients and physicians and better health outcomes. To help foster empathy in medical students, researchers at the School of Medicine Greenville are testing virtual reality videos.
As a first-generation college student who became an English professor, Ray McManus understands the stress of many of the students he teaches at the University of South Carolina Sumter.