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Staff Spotlight: Matt McGrievy

The Director for Information Services is responsible for more than 1,500 web pages, communications/marketing activities and approximately 50 projects that range from study recruitment websites to wellness assessments.

Environmental health sciences welcomes soil scientist Andrea Jilling

Andrea Jilling is an associate professor, whose research focuses on how nutrients move through soil systems and the role this plays in climate regulation and agricultural productivity.

Arnold School alumna heading to third Olympics

USC profiles public health alumna and former Gamecocks diver Julia Vincent as she preps for Paris. It will be Vincent's third time competing in the Olympics, and she hopes to bring home a medal.

USC to lead wastewater surveillance for new statewide center aimed at improving outbreak preparedness

Environmental health sciences associate professor Sean Norman is one of the lead investigators on a multi-agency project to use disease modeling to improve outbreak preparedness in the state.

I Am Public Health: Xiaowen Sun

Ph.D. in Biostatistics candidate Xiaowen Sun entered the field to use statistical methods to solve real-world problems. She's particularly interested in using machine and deep learning to improve medical research and public health.

Anwar Merchant selected as Fulbright Scholar

Epidemiology professor Anwar Merchant has received a Fulbright Scholar Award from the U.S. Department of State to help build capacity for public health research in Pakistan by mentoring/training early-career researchers.

Susan Yeargin explains the dangers of heat illness

Exercise science associate professor and athletic training expert Susan Yeargin describes how extreme heat can be dangerous for runners, cyclists and anyone spending time outdoors. Plus, six tips for staying safe.

Tara Sabo-Attwood returns to USC as new dean for the Arnold School of Public Health

Donna Arnett, executive vice president for academic affairs and provost, is pleased to announce the selection of a highly accomplished public health leader, Tara Sabo-Attwood, as the new dean beginning August 1.

2024 Access & Collective Engagement Awards announced

These awards are designed to recognize alumni, faculty, staff and students who have made exceptional contributions to advancing access and collective engagement.

Researchers find geographic, racial disparities in postpartum readmissions involving mental health, substance use disorders

In a collaboration between the Rural and Minority Health Research Center and South Carolina SmartState Center for Healthcare Quality, USC researchers have discovered a hidden crisis impacting rural and minority South Carolinians.

Staff Spotlight: Kollette Clark

As Director of Evaluation and Academic Assessment for the school, Clark's main role is to lead evaluation activities, which includes the various methods used to approve, maintain, document, and evaluate supporting processes.

Arnold School establishes undergraduate scholarship, new lecture in honor of Dean Chandler

In recognition of his 17-year tenure as Dean and his 35 years (and counting) with the Department of Environmental Health Sciences, the Arnold School has launched two new funds in honor of Thomas Chandler.


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