In the past two years, companies focused on battery development and electric vehicles have invested around $11 billion in the Palmetto State.Many of those firms have research ties with the University of South Carolina, which has more than a dozen faculty members and scores of graduate and undergraduate students engaged in battery and battery-related research.
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Whether you're a December graduate or it’s your first semester here on campus, the last week of classes is always a bittersweet time. Everyone is excited to finish up the semester and head home for the holidays, but one thing stands in the way— final exams. We compiled a few things to help get you through the week.
South Carolina has a big shortage of neurologists for its population. While there are efforts in place to address that problem, the University of South Carolina’s School of Medicine in Columbia already has taken major steps to provide better comprehensive stroke care across the state.
Living in a rural community brings lots of advantages: close-knit communities, easy access to nature, less noise and pollution, lower home prices. But a lack of population density also brings challenges, and access to health care is one of them. As daunting as the state’s health issues can seem, the University of South Carolina is well positioned to help.
What, exactly, does the University of South Carolina’s facilities services department manage? Well, to put it simply, a lot. We talked with
First-generation college students come from all sorts of backgrounds and bring a variety of perspectives to campus. At USC, about one-fifth of the student population identifies as first-generation college students, meaning their parents did not earn a four-year college degree.
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Harvest Hope CEO Erinn Rowe brings business solutions to food insecurity
Since being named CEO of South Carolina’s largest food bank in 2021, University of South Carolina alumna Erinn Rowe has played an integral role in combating food insecurity across the state.
Mungo Teaching Award winner: Alexander Gasparian
2023 Michael J. Mungo Undergraduate Teaching Award winner Alexander Gasparian breaks down complicated concepts and principles of pharmacy, one student at a time.
Biology major reflects on his experience with the SC Internship Program
Keynan Kennedy, a fourth-year biological student in the College of Arts and Science, walks us through his experience with the South Carolina Internship Program while he reflects on his journey at the university.
Health Watch: Managing diabetes during the holidays
Jennifer Clements, the director of pharmacy education for USC’s College of Pharmacy at the Greenville campus, urges individuals with diabetes to think ahead during the holidays, offering strategies beyond checking your blood sugar levels and counting carbohydrates.
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