what's happening @UofSC

sc tourism

If you build it, they will come

South Carolina’s tourism industry has seen rapid growth in the past 20 years. UofSC researchers want it to grow even more by appealing to African-American tourists and retirees.

Southern Lights public art rendering

Southern Lights

Chris Robinson's Southern Lights laser installation, which will span across the Congaree River near the Blossom Street Bridge, is set to debut the weekend before the historic total eclipse on Aug. 21.

stamps scholars

UofSC doubles number of Stamps Scholars, its highest scholarship award

The University of South Carolina has a long history of attracting the best and brightest students to the university and its top-ranked South Carolina Honors College with significant funded scholarships. Five exemplary out-of-state students will join those ranks with the help of a gift from the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation, founded by Penny and E. Roe Stamps IV of Miami.

solar eclipse

Dark side of the sun

A shadow 60 miles wide and zooming 1,000 mph is headed for the U.S. — and the University of South Carolina is ready to welcome it.

One student indulges in a tasty snack at the Healthy Carolina Farmers' Market.

Gardening and Literacy Education through the Arts

To provide local students with a first-hand look at the benefits of gardening, sustainability and wellness, the Office of Sustainability collaborates with the City of Columbia Parks and Recreation Department to host a two-week, interactive summer program.

Gerald Harmon

Leading the charge

Gerald Harmon will help formulate American Medical Association positions and policies as chair of the board of trustees. Harmon has enjoyed a distinguished military career and a decades-long medical practice in Georgetown.

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In the News

"Why Trump's threat to slap tariffs on foreign steel is a bad idea"

(Feat. William Hauk, economics) --San Francisco Chronicle via The Conversation

"South Carolina debuts a new model for bridging racial divides"

(Feat. Bud Ferillo, provost office ) --Christian Science Monitor

Amazon Prime Is a Blessing and a Curse For Remote Towns

(Feat. Marianne Bickle, retailing) --Motherboard

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University Events

Prevention Research Center Annual Seminar

Thursday, Jul. 27, 2017

Location: Public Health Research Center 114

WELL SUITED Exhibition Opening Reception

Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2017

Location: McKissick Museum 203, McKissick Museum 208

Historic USC Horseshoe Tour

Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017

Total Solar Eclipse Public Lecture with Dr. Sarbani Basu

Friday, Aug. 18, 2017

Location: Darla Moore School of Business 101 - Johnson Performance Hall

NSTAR 2017 Public Lecture with Dr. Craig Roberts

Monday, Aug. 21, 2017

Location: Darla Moore School of Business 101 - Johnson Performance Hall

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