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  • Theatre and Dance Dept in partnership with the Local Cinema Studios hosted at sneak peek viewing at the Nick on 12-04-23.

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USC chemist Chuanbing Tang leads NSF center in novel bioplastics research

As director of the NSF Center for Polymers for a Circular Economy, chemistry professor Chuanbing Tang is leading an effort to develop a plastics alternative with a sustainable pathway to be recycled and biodegraded. In this interview, Tang explains the crisis and how creating new bioplastics will help.

Beyond a single story

Ten Carolina students ventured far beyond their homes for the first time last summer. Leaving behind the comforts of the familiar to board a plane to Ghana, Africa, their mission was to embrace Ghanaian culture through art and storytelling.

Tammi Richardson honored with 2024 SEC Faculty Achievement Award

Tammi Richardson's excellence in teaching and research have earned her the 2023 SEC Faculty Achievement Award and SEC Professor of the Year nomination.

How your home shapes your politics: Q&A with Krissy Lunz Trujillo

During an election year, you'll see your news and social media feeds increasingly filled with examples of political polarization. But differences in political opinions also have roots in where you call home. Political scientist Krissy Lunz Trujillo researches how the division between urban and rural communities drives polarization between opposing political views.

Jewish scholar of New Testament to speak at USC about antisemitism and improving Christian-Jewish relations

The 2024 Solomon-Tenenbaum Lecture in Jewish Studies at the University of South Carolina will explore an interfaith view on antisemitism, including a discussion of how Christian-Jewish relations can improve through a more faithful reading of ancient scripture from both traditions.

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