Alumni News - Spring 2020
See what our Honors College alumni have been doing lately.
Coronavirus: Get complete details about the university's response to COVID-19.
Families honor loved ones by supporting Honors College Faculty Fellows
Adjunct professor and lawyer Joel Collins brings the U.S. Constitution to life.
For Honors College alumna Sharika Richardson Shropshire, pro bono legal work brings fulfillment, connection, gratitude.
Not Charles Dickens: A letter from South Carolina Honors College Dean Steve Lynn.
The Honors College's director of research and new mental health liaison, Dr. Susan Alexander, discusses mental health resources for students.
The Honors Residence Hall's "Convert the Shirt" event taught students how to recycle their unwanted T-shirts.
Even when a global viral outbreak keeps people apart, Lilly Kays wants people around the world to be more connected. She’s using her spring internship and social media to do her part for that goal.
Elise Porter, an SCHC academic advisor, recalls her father's influence on her as a UofSC faculty member. Since Elise has graduated and began her job at UofSC, her two younger siblings have continued the family tradition.
South Carolina Honors College juniors Ian Bain of Irmo, South Carolina, and Zoe Screwvala of Brooklyn, New York, have won prestigious Goldwater Scholarships, awarded annually to undergraduate STEM majors across the country. This marks the 28th year of UofSC scholarship winners since 1990.
Chris Herron, a 2003 graduate of the Honors College and former UofSC athlete, is the founder and CEO of Creature Comforts Brewing Co., one of the fastest growing breweries in America. The brewery is built on the notion of improvement through curiosity as they believe that a curious mind leads to better living - a decidedly Honors College sort of idea.
Kwame Kennedy, a Top Scholar and Honors student from Irmo, South Carolina, pursues his passion for medicine and his passion for creative writing here at the South Carolina Honors College.
Brand new South Carolina Honors College graduate Mae Chinnes is taking her new degree, her college experiences and her optimism for the future to D.C. to start her career on Capitol Hill.