Hurdler Terrence Trammell holds the U.S. flag

Once an Olympian

Gamecock history is rich with standout student-athletes. A select few have taken it to the next level.

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USC energy efforts boosted with new federal funding

In a new round of funding announced by the U.S. Economic Development Administration, the University of South Carolina will receive $10.2 million for its efforts to advance battery research. The funding is part of an overall award of $45 million to the SC Nexus consortium, of which USC is a founding member and core partner.

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Faculty members selected as Fulbright scholars

Two University of South Carolina faculty members were recently honored with Fulbright Scholars Awards, which will allow them opportunities to mentor students, conduct research and build relationships with international partners.

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Introducing USC’s Molinaroli College of Engineering and Computing

The University of South Carolina College of Engineering and Computing has a new name that reflects the vision and generosity of generations of the Molinaroli family. The official name, the University of South Carolina Molinaroli College of Engineering and Computing, was announced on Thursday (June 6) during a signage unveiling ceremony at the college’s Swearingen Engineering Center on Main Street.

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“Will interest rate cuts ever happen in 2024?”

(feat. Joey Von Nessen, research economist) South Carolina Public Radio

"USC, Clemson partner to connect communities with history"

(feat. Holly Crocker, English language and literature) Upstate Today

“USC students unearth local history”

(feat. Kelly Goldberg, anthropology) WIS News 10

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