Saturday afternoon, Dr. Gordon Smith, director of the university’s Walker Institute of International and Area Studies, addressed doctoral grads.
At Friday afternoon’s ceremony, students in the Darla Moore School of Business, College of Mass Communications and Information Studies, College of Nursing, South Carolina College of Pharmacy, Arnold School of Public Health and the College of Pharmacy received degrees.
Also Friday, the School of Law awarded 202 degrees at commencement exercises on the historic Horseshoe. William C. Hubbard, a member and former chair of the USC Board of Trustees and a partner in the firm of Nelson Mullins Riley and Scarborough, received an honorary doctor of laws degree.
At the Koger Center, the School of Medicine awarded degrees to 78 graduates Friday afternoon. Dr. O’Neill Barrett Jr. addressed graduates, and an honorary doctorate of public administration was presented to Charles D. Beaman Jr., president and chief executive officer of Palmetto Health, at the School of Medicine commencement.