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Calendar of Events

Exhibit: "Traditions, Change and Celebration: Native Artists of the Southeast"

Friday, August 8, 2014

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Exhibit: "Governors at Work and Play: National and Regional Governors' Conferences"

Thursday, January 15, 2015

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Exhibit: Crafting Civil (War) Conversations

Monday, February 2, 2015

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Exhibit: "Opening Doors: 25 Years of the Americans with Disabilities Act"

Thursday, March 5, 2015

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Bass Conference: USC Double Bass Studio Recital

Friday, March 27, 2015

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Bass Conference: Marco Panascia Concert

Saturday, March 28, 2015

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Cameron Swett and Haichen Li Graduate Trumpet Concerto Recital

Sunday, March 29, 2015

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Opus Two Faculty Recital

Sunday, March 29, 2015

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Featured Content

elizabeth moore

Building a path beyond the classroom

Elizabeth Moore has always been interested in science and math. Health care was something she was naturally drawn to but watching her grandmother struggle with Alzheimer's Disease sparked a passion for research that the University of South Carolina junior hopes to pursue in her career.

5 questions for the maestro

5 questions for the maestro

Maestro Donald Portnoy answers a few questions about his conducting career. Portnoy is a 2015 Elizabeth O'Neill Verner Award recipient.

Outstanding Woman of the Year: Jacquline Plyler

Outstanding Woman of the Year: Jacquline Plyler

Jacquline Plyler has always had an affinity for animals, her mother says, even though she was once kicked while trying to vaccinate a cow. Now the biomedical engineering senior wants to make a career out of studying and creating vaccines for farm animals. "I didn't decide to pre-vet until between my freshman and sophomore year," says Plyler, who was honored this week as the university's Outstanding Woman of the Year.

A business built on sweat

A business built on sweat

You could say that Jamie Scott has built his business on sweat -- his own and his customers'. But there's a lot more to Jamie Scott Fitness than perspiration, and that's why the former Gamecock football player has been so successful with his boutique-style gym in Columbia.

Carolinians on the Run

Carolinians on the Run

Social work alumna Mary Lohman directs Girls on the Run Columbia, a nonprofit that develops self-esteem and other positive attributes in young girls while training them to run a 5k. Social work assistant professor Aidyn Iachini is conducting research that's helping making the program even better.

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In the News

“USC students honor creed, values, and diversity”

(feat. Erin Kitchell, student affairs) --WLTX-TV

“Women and Gender Studies program celebrates 40 years”

(feat. Alexis Stratton, women’s and gender studies) --Daily Gamecock

“Time to leave federalizing of education behind”

Professor discusses new educational policy requirements (feat. Derek Black, law) --Forbes

“SC business update from John Warner”

New Integrated Information Technology program shows exceptional growth (feat. Bob Brookshire, HRSM) --SC ETV Radio

“Elon wants to make your Tesla drive itself. Is that legal?”

Tesla’s self-driving cars could be kicked off the road, professor says (feat. Bryant Walker Smith, law) --Wired

“Video: Dallas police open fire on schizophrenic man with screwdriver”

Expert discusses issues with body camera usage in controversial Dallas case (feat. Seth Stoughton, law) --CNN

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