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Mixing up gold medals

Mixing up gold medals

Chemistry instructor leads high school students to international success

New McCausland Fellows named

Honor recognizes outstanding young faculty in Arts and Sciences

Student spotlight: Hannah Thomas

Research opportunities open career doors for graduating senior

Deep Underground

A team of Carolina physicists are part of an international project to explore origins of universe

The Orangeburg Massacre and its impact on civil rights in South Carolina

Former Carolina professor Cleveland Sellers on March 27 will speak about the Orangeburg Massacre that took place at South Carolina State University 50 years ago.

Nobel laureate to visit UofSC

Scientist W.E. Moerner will explain implications for super resolution microscopy as part of a lecture presented by the Department of Physics and Astronomy.

Mapping Santa Elena's history

Archaeologists work to create detailed map of 16th-century Spanish town on Parris Island

Congrats to our Truman finalist

College of Arts and Sciences junior Casey Brayton will join almost 200 other Truman Scholar finalists nationwide to interview for this highly competitive award.

Arc of justice

The Center for Civil Rights History and Research welcomes two visiting scholars who will discuss justice for African Americans in the 21st century.

Internship spotlight: Inside Sen. Graham's office with Antionna Fuller

Junior Antionna Fuller got an inside look at how federal government works during an internship serving in U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham's office.

Stories of Justice and Change

Civil Rights leaders visit Columbia for Black Stories: Two Cities film series

Islam and free expression focus of upcoming Barnes Symposium

Turkish journalist and author Mustafa Akyol will lead a public discussion on free expression in Islam and the importance of interfaith dialogue during a visit to the Carolina as part of the annual Rudolph C. Barnes Sr. Symposium on Law and Morality. This year's lecture and accompanying events are presented by the College of Arts and Sciences' religious studies department

A living legacy

Winners of the Grace Jordan McFadden Award excel in academics and community service. The honor recognizes students majoring or minoring in African American Studies.

Alumni spotlight: 2017 Dean's Award winner

Alumnus Tommy Hickman channels passion for science into lifelong career, service.

Good Luck to Our Truman Scholar Finalist, Nick Santamaria

Nick Santamaria, political science major in the College of Arts and Sciences, will interview March 31 for the highly competitive and prestigious Truman Scholarship.

Alaina Coates in the Classroom, Court, and Community

Alaina Coates takes on many roles as a Carolina Gamecock.

History Professor Explores the Roots of Women's Rights in her Upcoming Book

Dr. Marjorie Spruill's upcoming book Divided We Stand explores the 1970s divide between feminists and conservatives, and the continued repercussions.

Claudia Benitez-Nelson is a Force of Nature on the Ocean, in the Classroom

Undergraduates taking Professor Claudia Benitez-Nelson's Intro to Oceanography course couldn't possibly sit passively in her classroom.

2017 Breakthrough Award Recognizes 10 Winners from Arts & Sciences

The Office of the Vice President of Research announced the 2017 Breakthrough Award Winners with a high representation from the College of Arts and Sciences.

CAS Sociology and Chemistry Professors Named AAAS Fellows

University of South Carolina sociology professor Douglas Anderton and chemistry professor Stephen Morgan have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Professor Anderton and Professor Morgan, who are part of the College of Arts and Sciences, join more than two dozen Carolina faculty to serve as fellows. Election as a AAAS fellow is among the most prestigious honors awarded in academia and all 2016 AAAS fellows, who were nominated by research peers for their contribution to scientific fields, are featured in the journal "Science."

Psychology Professor Receives Over $6 Million in Funding

Dr. Jane Roberts, Professor in Psychology and head of the USC Neurodevelopmental Disorders Lab, was awarded over 6 million dollars from the National Institute of Mental Health this year to fund studies which aim to determine the developmental trajectories of disorders such as Autism and Fragile X Syndrome as well as the relation between protective factors and mental health outcomes in early childhood.

Losing Green Up the Stack

Graduate students have kicked off an energy conservation initiative in the chemistry and biochemistry department.

Assistant Professor Awarded Two Fellowships

Daniel M. Stuart, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, was awarded two fellowships, one from the Robert H. N. Ho Foundation in collaboration with the American Council of Learned Societies for the 2016-17 academic year, and the other from the Fulbright Program for the summer and fall of 2017.

Associate Professor Awarded Fellowship by NEH

Lauren Rebecca Sklaroff, Associate Professor of History, was awarded a fellowship for the 2016-17 academic year from the National Endowment of the Humanities as part of the Public Scholar Program. This program supports research projects intended for broad audiences.

5 Years after the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Accident: Radiation Levels and Research Support are Falling

A major international review of the state of the oceans 5 years after the Fukushima disaster shows that radiation levels are decreasing rapidly except in the harbour area close to the nuclear plant itself where ongoing releases remain a concern.

 

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