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Announcements

UofSC researchers looking for weather watchers

Geography researchers at the University of South Carolina are looking for interested weather watchers statewide to serve as citizen scientists reporting on rainfall and conditions in their communities.

Free hearing, health screenings

In honor of National Public Health Week, the Arnold School of Public Health will be offering free hearing and health screenings. All faculty, staff and students are invited.

Faculty: RSVP to meet editors from The Conversation

All faculty members are invited to join Provost Joan Gabel for an informational session about The Conversation from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Tuesday (March 14) at the Russell House theater.

Feeling a little under the weather? There's an app for that

Blue CareOnDemand makes getting sick a little less inconvenient by letting you skip the waiting room.

New EAP vendor will meet with employees

UofSC’s new Employee Assistance Program provider, MYGroup, will be on the Columbia campus March 20 to introduce their services to employees.

Gamecocks LiveWell seeking employee input on survey

The Gamecocks LiveWell initiative is seeking input from employees about how the university can improve wellness offerings.

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Stories for Faculty and Staff

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Planting a love of learning

A self-proclaimed “outdoorsy” person, Todd Beasley started his own small business at just 10 years old gardening for other families in his neighborhood. Now three decades later, the College of Education alumnus is the new director of programs at one of the largest botanical gardens in the country — the San Antonio Botanical Gardens.

Norma Frizzell

Breakthrough Star: Norma Frizzell

If a key component in a car goes bad, the car won’t go for long. That’s roughly what happens in the human body when mutations and other insults disrupt the mitochondria, the essential energy-making components of human cells. Norma Frizzell has devoted much of her career to understanding how and why mitochondria go haywire and sometimes lead to fatal maladies.

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