In the News

"Pastides, Dozier: USC moving from desegregation to diversity"

Op-ed by president and diversity officer on journey forward --The State

"Modeling a legacy of service"

Exercise science major named USC Outstanding Woman of the Year for service to children --The State

"A Southern Fairytale"

Student details beauty of experience on campus and in state --Huffington Post

"For some, a relic stings as a shrine to Nazism"

Curator discusses World War II POWs in Lowcountry (feat. Fritz Hamer, history) --New York Times

"Why hiring summer interns is like March Madness"

Interns from state universities fare better than Ivy counterparts --Inc.

"Civil rights in Columbia: a garden that represents unit and change"

Topiaries by internationally known artist commemorate desegregation --The State

"South Carolina economy humming along in 2014"

Professor discusses unemployment trends in state (feat. Joey von Nessen, economics) --SCETV

"Forget wearable tech, embeddable implants are already here"

Professor discusses public perception of RFID implants (feat. Anthony Guiseppe-Elie, bioengineering) --CNN

"Capturing a piece of Yankee history"

MIRC sequence shows footage of Ruth, Gehrig --New York Times

"Moore School dean means business"

--SCETV (SC Business Review)

"USC students create the ultimate love story for one lucky couple"

Class gains real life wedding planning experience (feat. Annette Hoover, HRSM) --WIS-TV

"March 25? Happy Colonial New Year!"

Professor discusses calendar reform in 1700s (feat. Mark M. Smith, history) --Boston Globe

"Classroom standards spark controversy"

Professor offers comments on Common Core (feat. Ed Dickey, education) --Greenville Journal

"Squelching efforts to measure Fukushima meltdown"

Study finds that flora and fauna show abnormal levels of radiation (feat. Timothy Mosseau, biology) --New York Times

"USC professor named art educator of the year"

National association bestows honor on professor (feat. Olga Ivashkevich) --Free Times

"The South's original peanut revived in South Carolina"

Farming collaboration to bring about new wave of nuts (feat. David Shields, southern studies) --Post and Courier

"USC international MBA Program ranked #1 in the nation"

Best graduate IMBA program in 2015 U.S. News and World Reports --WACH-TV

"Columbia, capital of SC, recalls civil rights past"

Professor discusses civil rights era in capital city (feat. Bobby Donaldson, history) --Washington Post

"Local tech companies get boost from USC/Columbia incubator"

Tminus6 focuses on getting start-ups ready within six months --Free Times

"Athletic trainers, nurses in stands save referee who collapsed on soccer field"

Graduate student resuscitates man with defibrillator at high school --WIS-TV

"USC Donates Additional $25,000"

Archaeologists hope to uncover secrets at Camp Asylum --WOLO-TV

"Tuition timeout"

UofSC students to deliver handwritten letters to lawmakers --WIS-TV

"Talks ongoing in Russia"

Conflict in Russia could affect worldwide economy (feat. Judith Kalb, languages) --WOLO-TV

"Students say college radio is in it for the long haul"

WUSC is one of ten finalists for the 2014 mtvU Woodie Awards --USA Today College

"Under Armour defends suits as U.S. speedskaters go cold"

HRSM professor weighs in on fallout over Under Armour speed skating suits (feat. John Grady) --USA Today

"Career fair at Columbia Convention Center attracts more employers than in 2013"

More employers, jobs at USC career fairs (feat. Tom Halasz, Career Center) --The State

"Columbia Sets Bow-Tying World Record"

UofSC Dance Marathon helps set bow-tying world record --WLTX-TV

"USC writing new story for journalism school"

Construction begins on new home for journalism school --The State

"A Scottish collection you won't believe"

USC Libraries discusses Scottish literature collection --WOLO-TV

"FEMA: Caught Between Climate Change and Congress"

USC researchers says disaster funding needs boost (feat. Susan Cutter, geography) --Bloomberg News

"Experts, advocates weigh in on the meaning of SC government restructuring"

Political science professor explains government restructuring bill (feat. Mark Tompkins, political science) --Post and Courier

"SEC student leaders exchange ideas at event at MU"

USC student leaders participate in SEC event at Missouri --Columbia (Mo.) Daily Tribune

"Life in math class: A new Midlands teacher finds joy in teaching others to solve problems"

USC College of Education alum finds a home in math classroom --The State

"70 Years On, Judge Reexamines Black Teen's Conviction"

Law professor discusses retrial of 70-year old case (feat. Kenneth Gaines, law) --NPR

"State tries new methods to deal with doctor shortage"

School of Medicine Greenville helps alleviate SC doc shortage --Greenville News

"Columbia illustrator's work featured on NPR this week"

USC grad serves as this week's illustrator for "Morning Edition" broadcast (feat. Maria Fabrizio) --The State

"Half of black males in US arrested by age 23, a study finds"

Study provides insight into U.S. arrest rates for young adults (feat. Robert Brame) --Reuters

"Cary company takes denim digital"

Moore MBA grad launches clothing company -Charlotte Observer

"Folger converts to theater-in-the-round for 'Richard III'"

USC director to stage Richard III at the Folger --Washington Post

USC economists: State's economic outlook bright

(feat. Joey Von Nessen, Doug Woodward) --Greenville News

"The Most Disruptive Companies in 2013"

Proving Ground student startup winner 'Watsi' makes Forbes list --Forbes

"Why Marijuana Treats Arthritis, MS, and Diabetes: New Study Implicates mRNA"

USC researchers study marijuana, diseases (feat. Prakash and Mitzi Nagarkatti, medicine) --San Francisco Chronicle

"Leeza Gibbons aims to bring her passion for Alzheimer's caregivers back home"

Alumna Leeza Gibbons speaks at USC about her work with Alzheimer's caregivers --The State

"New front in cancer care"

USC School of medicine performance lab highlighted (feat. Jennifer Trilk, medicine) --Wall Street Journal

"Next Great Neighborhood: Columbia's Main Street"

Main Street renaissance attracting USC students --Southern Living

"Back to School, Online. Opportunities open as educational landscape changes"

USC's Palmetto College offers a new path to a degree --Columbia Metropolitan Magazine

"Student entrepreneurs face Shark Tank competition"

--Columbia Regional Business Report

"Poor diet may spur inflammation-related health problems"

USC researchers find link between diet and cancers (feat. Susan Steck, public health) --U.S News and World Report

"Report: Warmer temperatures, hurricanes, floods in store for South"

Researcher co-authors climate change study (feat. Kirstin Dow, geography) --The State

"Rise of the Lowcountry"

Professor discusses politics of the Lowcountry (feat. Robert Oldendick, political science) - PBS

"Columbia's mayor was shaped by mentors; He works to pay it forward"

Time at USC shaped Columbia's Mayor Steve Benjamin --The State

"Game days create huge economic impact throughout region"

USC creates game day economic impact in Midlands (feat. Tom Regan, HRSM) --WIS-TV

"Affordable healthcare law impacting medical workers"

Nurses to see changes in job prospects, USC experts say (feat. Jeanette Andrews, nursing) --WLTX-TV

"USC gets $10 million donation for faculty, new research"

McCausland gift largest ever for College of Arts and Sciences (feat. Mary Anne Fitzpatrick) --The State

"Staying up all night to create"

CreateAThon@USC provides help for nonprofits (feat. Karen Mallia, advertising) --WACH-TV

"Greenville medical students take disaster simulation exam"

USC School of Medicine Greenville students learn EMT skills (Dr. Thomas Blackwell, medicine) --Greenville News

"USC Students Volunteer at Habitat For Humanity"

Students help the community at Service Saturday --WLTX-TV

"Meet the Makers"

USC alumni part of a Teach for All program in China --New York Times

"Local designers show off Reclaimed Runway creations at USC"

Sustainable Carolina, USC Fashion Board host recycled materials fashion show -- Cola Daily

"Review: 'The Tempest' such stuff as dreams are made of"

Theater professor's newest show garners rave review (feat. Robert Richmond) --Greenvile News

"No experience needed for young entrepreneurs in fashion"

Professor says fashion entrepreneurs need careful branding and a clear message as well as financial savvy (feat. Marianne Bickle, retail and fashion merchandising) --USA Today

"Breaking the silence"

USC professor writes poem about soldier, rape in the military (feat. Nikky Finney, English) --The Economist

"Hitt: SC collaboration promotes technology skills across careers"

USC's new minor in applied computing wins praise --The State

"Black scholar's diploma, SC law license recall early push for racial equality after Civil War"

USC acquires diploma of Richard Greener, first African-American faculty member --The Washington Post

"Sleepy Hollow in Columbia - at least for history sake"

USC prof translates scripts into Middle English for TV show Sleepy Hollow (feat. Scott Gwara, English) --WACH-TV

"Red grapes may hold key to longevity and disease"

Research looks at health benefits of grapes (Prakash Nagarkatti, medicine) --The State

"Walters' gift will keep on giving"

USC School of Medicine Greenville gets $1 million donation (Dr. Jerry Youkey, medicine) --Greenville News

"Aerospace scholarship big win for the Pee Dee"

USC alumna gift receives praise --Florence Morning News

"National Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Disease has wide-reaching impact"

USC oncologists says awareness is key (Dr. Amanda Arrington, medicine) --Daily Gamecock

"Rebuilding America's offices, in its own image"

Law professor weighs in on government move to reshape U.S. workplace (feat. Joseph Seiner) --CNN Money