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Robert Hock

VIDEO: Researcher helps autism families

April 16, 2014, Frenche Brewer

Researcher Robert Hock helps families cope with the stresses of raising a child with autism. Hock says treatment begins and ends with the family who will take care of the child long after therapy ends.

Anthony Myers

VIDEO: UofSC math master shares his genius with students

March 05, 2014, Frenche Brewer

The University of South Carolina's College of Education has launched a campaign to recruit more math and science teachers. Using a grant from the Duke Energy Foundation, the Department of Instruction and Teacher Education will use the funds to recruit, place and train teachers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics—commonly called "STEM" education. Keenan High School math teacher Anthony Myers is a graduate of the program, and gets an "A" from his students on how he runs his class.

Beth Watson

Leading by example

December 19, 2013, Frenche Brewer

Beth Watson, USC director of the Washington Semester Program, leads in her career in education and public service to do what is best for the greater good.

Sara McGregor and Mari Humphries

Thanks for the memories

September 26, 2013, Frenche Brewer

The Carolina Theatre in Allendale is now owned by USC-Salkehatchie, and the feelings and memories of a bygone era are recaptured in a book titled “The Carolina Theatre.” The book is written by USC art students Sara McGregor and Mari Humphries.

Sophie Kerr-Dineen

She's got style

September 17, 2013, Frenche Brewer

Admittedly obsessed as much with calculus as she is with the fashion website, Sophie Kerr-Dineen would not deny the left and right sides of her brain, so in her sophomore year at USC she changed her major from economics to the business of fashion.