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Student finds purpose through campus service

Senior Allie Salrin came to the University of South Carolina intent on studying international business, but after taking a job in the Office of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity during her first semester, she quickly realized her interest in public policy and service. Salrin is the recipient of the 2021 Undergraduate Student of the Year Award presented by the Association for Student Conduct Administration for her dedication to promoting the values of community, inclusion, integrity and education.

Jabari Bodrick, U101 Teacher of the Year

Forging student connections

It’s a fact that students who complete University 101 at the University of South Carolina do better in their collegiate pursuits. Having Jabari Bodrick as your U101 instructor is icing on the cake. Just ask the students who nominated Bodrick for this year’s U101 Teacher of the Year award.

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Major League Soccer and University of South Carolina announce multi-year education partnership

Major League Soccer and the University of South Carolina announce a historic multi-year partnership making South Carolina an Official Education Partner of MLS. Through the strategic partnership, MLS players and Greats (former players) will have access to online educational opportunities and unique post-secondary academic resources offered through the university system, as well as world-class personal and professional development.

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Governor Henry McMaster, University of South Carolina, and Benedict College announce statewide education initiative with Apple products

Gov. Henry McMaster awarded $6 million in Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) funds to the University of South Carolina, who, in partnership with Benedict College, will establish eight Apple computer labs statewide. The labs will be strategically located for use by local school districts, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), the South Carolina Technical College System and citizens in the community.

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"Horrifying injuries of Chernobyl – from severe mutations to 'body collapsing'"

(feat. Timothy Mousseau, biological sciences) —Daily Star

"South Carolina close to allowing execution by firing squad: How would that work?"

(feat. Hayden Smith, political science) —WRDW (via WIS)

"Split-second decisions: How a Supreme Court case shaped modern policing"

(feat. Seth Stoughton, law) —The San Diego Union-Tribune (via The New York Times)

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