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"30 years of moving atoms: How scanning probe microscopes revolutionized nanoscience"

(Feat. Christopher P. Toumey, environmental health sciences) —Chemical & Engineering News

December 27, 2019

"Floods could be leaking pollution from Superfund sites in Charleston area"

(Feat. Kirstin Dow, geography) —The Post and Courier

November 27, 2019

"Caribbean excavation offers intimate look at the lives of enslaved Africans"

(Feat. Kenneth Kelly, anthropology) —Science Magazine

November 27, 2019

"Media literacy in an age of fake news"

(Feat. Nicole Cooke, library and information science) —American Libraries Magazine

November 26, 2019

"Proposed teacher pay increase would raise lowest salary in multiple Midlands districts"

(Feat. Thomas Hodges, education) —WLTX

November 26, 2019

"Since 2000, nearly half of more than 700 SC officials accused of misconduct not convicted"

(Feat. Lewis Burke, law) —The Post and Courier

November 26, 2019

“Trump’s war on expertise is only intensifying”

(Feat. Dan Carter, history) —The Atlantic

November 22, 2019

“New collaboration aims to enhance Midlands student success”

(Feat. Barnett Berry, education) —WLTX

November 22, 2019

“Kamala Harris’s decline in the polls, explained”

(Feat. Robert Odendick, political science) —Vox

November 22, 2019

"The AI revolution is here"

(Feat. Amit Sheth, ) —The Morning Consult

November 22, 2019

"Commentary: No more education reform. It’s time to transform communities"

(Feat. Jon Pederson, education) —The Post and Courier

November 19, 2019

"What to watch for in the next DNC debate"

(Feat. Todd Shaw, political science) —Minnesota Public Radio

November 19, 2019

"Mormons in Mexico: A brief history of polygamy, cartel violence and faith"

(Feat. Rebecca Janzen, language, literature and cultures) —Univision (via The Conversation)

November 19, 2019

"As the coal industry shrinks, miners deserve a just transition – here's what it should include"

(Feat. Ann Eisenberg, law) —Houston Chronicle (via The Conversation)

November 19, 2019

"New paper details how Pittsburgh is no longer a post-industrial city"

(Feat. Colby King, USC Upstate) —Pittsburgh City Paper

November 18, 2019

"In early voting states, the economy is working in Trump's favor"

(Feat. Joey von Nesson, economics) —Bloomberg

November 18, 2019

"Drought, development are causes for record snake bites this year, expert says"

(Feat. Palmetto Poison Center) —CBS17 (Raleigh) (via WBTW)

November 18, 2019

“Crash of '29 recalled on 90th anniversary of historic economic calamity”

(Feat. Douglas Woodward, economics) —SC Public Radio

November 18, 2019

"18th century art comes to life through years-long digital project at UofSC"

(Feat. Jeanne Britton, libraries and English, and Jason Porter, journalism and mass communications) —WOLO

November 15, 2019

"Claire Chase wants to assemble a new flute repertoire"

(Feat. School of Music) —Free Times

November 15, 2019

"Critique culture: Online everyone’s opinion matters"

(Feat. Robin DiPietro, hotel, restaurant and tourism management) —Spartanburg Herald-Journal

November 15, 2019

"How a lawsuit over Detroit schools could have an 'earth-shattering' impact"

(Feat. Derek Black, law) —NBC News

November 15, 2019

"Report on Uber crash questions testing of self-driving cars"

(Feat. Bryant Walker Smith, law) —The Washington Post (via AP)

November 11, 2019

"Scientists find new evidence further supporting extraterrestrial impact in Elgin"

(Feat. Chris Moore and Al Goodyear, SCIAA) —WACH

November 11, 2019

"Hosting March Madness brought in $11.3 million to Columbia’s economy"

(Feat. Tom Regan, sport and entertainment management) —The Post and Courier

November 11, 2019

"UofSC researchers find a new route for effective treatment of Gulf War Illness"

(Feat. Saurabh Chatterjee, environmental health sciences) —Medical Life Sciences

November 11, 2019

“Tired of complaining? Vote in Tuesday’s local elections”

(Feat. Robert Oldendick, political science) —WIS

November 7, 2019

"Did an extraterrestrial impact trigger the extinction of ice-age animals?"

(Feat. Chris Moore, SCIAA) —Science Magazine

November 7, 2019

"E-cigarette smoke associated with lung cancer, inflammation, as federal agencies respond to vaping deaths"

(Feat. Anthony Alberg, epidemiology and biostatistics) —The Cancer Letter

November 7, 2019

"Dove Men+Care using ‘big names’ to attract average Joes"

(Feat. Stephen Shapiro, sport and entertainment management) —Front Office Sports

November 7, 2019

“Small percentage of voters turnout for municipal elections to make BIG decisions”

(Feat. Robert Oldendick, political science) —WSAV

November 6, 2019

"Doctors say effects of vaping-related illness, flu are dangerously similar"

(Feat. Anthony Alberg, epidemiology and biostatistics) —WIS

November 6, 2019

"Kanye West benefits from gospel. Does gospel benefit from Kanye West?"

(Feat. Birgitta Johnson, music) —Rolling Stone

November 6, 2019

"Community and education reform in New Orleans post Katrina"

(Feat. Daniella Cook, education) —Leading Equity Podcast

November 6, 2019

"For Charleston’s tour companies, ghosts are good for business"

(Feat. Kathryn Edwards, history) —The Post and Courier

November 4, 2019

"'ReformED' Brings Teachers' Stories To The Stage"

(Feat. Peter Duffy, theatre and dance) —Broadway World

November 4, 2019

"Civil asset forfeiture in South Carolina is unconstitutional, circuit court judge rules"

(Feat. Robert Wilcox, law) —Greenville News

November 4, 2019

“'To Flip and Move and Shine': Ebony Flowers’ Hot Comb”

(Feat. Qiana Whitted, English) —The Comics journal

October 23, 2019

"How a ‘lens of fear’ can make officers more likely to use deadly force"

(Feat. Seth Stoughton, law) —PBS News Hour

October 17, 2019

"'Free and appropriate': Special ed stakeholders work to make IEP meetings less one-sided"

(Feat. Mitchell Yell, education) —Education Dive

October 17, 2019

“Student may have tried to hack West Virginia’s blockchain election”

(Feat. Duncan Buell, CEC) —Coin News Telegraph

October 17, 2019

“For him, queer couple looking straight is OK. For her, it's a lie”

(Feat. Carla Pfeffer, sociology) —Oakland Press

October 17, 2019

“To save rural hospitals, Georgia requires classes for CEOs”

(Feat. Janice Probst, health services policy and management) —US News and World Report (via AP)

October 16, 2019

“NBA's row with China pitches freedom of speech against finance”

(Feat. Nicholas Watanabe, sport and entertainment management)  —Nikkei Asian Review

October 16, 2019

“Broadway’s ‘Rent’ comes to Charleston 20 years after first helping to destigmatize HIV/AIDS”

(Feat. Jelani Kerr, alumnus) —The Post and Courier

October 16, 2019

“The importance of Hepatitis C screening”

(Feat. Mark Shaffer, medicine) —Medical Economics

October 16, 2019

"The backlash over Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s haircut shows women can’t win when it comes to their appearance, experts say"

(Feat. Jaclyn Wong, sociology) —Boston.com (Boston Globe) (via The Washington Post)

October 15, 2019

“Vaping lawsuits spark memories of Big Tobacco”

(Feat. Anthony Alberg, epidemiology and biostatistics) —Legal News

October 15, 2019

“Auto Insurance: Driving distribution”

(Feat. Robert Hartwig, finance) —Best's Review

October 15, 2019

“Workplace sex discrimination claims are common – but they're not making it into court"

(Feat. Joseph Seiner, law) —Chicago Tribune (via The Conversation)

October 10, 2019

“Charleston Lego master, son bring USC’s Horseshoe to life with 10,000 bricks"

(Feat. David Robinson, alumnus) —The Post and Courier

October 10, 2019

“Why can't we get rid of bad sheriffs?”

(Feat. Jessica Pishko, Rule of Law Collaborative) —The New York Times

October 10, 2019

“Help wanted: SC classrooms need more African American males”

(Feat. Kendrell Parker, student) —CBS 17 (Raleigh via WSPA)

October 10, 2019

“Kids First: Whistleblowers are in the air”

(Feat. Xuhong Su, political science) —The Island Now (Long Island, NY)

October 8, 2019

“SC school districts update policies to address vaping, e-cigarette use on campus”

(Feat. Anthony Alberg, epidemiology and biostatistics) —The Post and Courier

October 8, 2019

“An alternative school is opening for kids with behavior issues — some as young as 5”

(Feat. Derek Black, law) —The Washington Post

October 8, 2019

“Did NC skip a step? New voting machines questioned again”

(Feat. Duncan Buell, computer science and engineering) —WRAL

October 8, 2019

“How 3 women trusted their instincts and discovered they had cancer”

(Feat. Marjorie Jenkins, School of Medicine Greenville) —Good Morning America

October 7, 2019

“Police video release from fatal shooting of knife-wielding man in St. Paul”

(Feat. Seth Stoughton, law) —Grand Forks Herald

October 7, 2019

“Through patience and experimentation, USC theater production considers the immigrant experience”

(Feat. Robyn Hunt, theatre and dance) —Free Times

October 7, 2019

“Saudi Arabia: As kingdom opens up to tourists, will people visit?”

(Feat. Rich Harrill, Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management) —USA Today

October 1, 2019

“USC Lab offers insight into social media reaction to impeachment inquiry of President Trump”

(Feat. Kait Park, Social Media Insights Lab) —WLTX

October 1, 2019

“South Carolina State Fair has more than $45.5m impact”

(Feat. Tom Regan and Haylee Mercado, sport and entertainment management) —Metro Columbia CEO

October 1, 2019

“Connecting the dots”

(Feat. Steven Brown, alumnus) —Greenville Business Magazine

October 1, 2019

“Trump’s call with Ukrainian leader is unlike anything presidential scholars have heard before”

(Feat. Kent Germany, history) —The Washington Post

September 27, 2019

“House Dems call for impeachment of Pres. Trump: How does the process work?”

(Feat. Kirk Randazzo, political science, Charles Bierbauer, journalism and mass communications) —WSPA

September 27, 2019

“SC party leaders react to this potentially historic impeachment inquiry”

(Feat. Robert Oldendick, political science) —WIS

September 27, 2019

“What’s the Right Way to Reverse the Obesity Epidemic?”

(Feat. Brian B. Parr, exercise and sports science) —The New York Times

September 24, 2019

“Rare recording of MLK speech made in Charleston sells in $68,000 civil rights auction”

(Feat. Bobby Donaldson, history) —Post and Courier

September 24, 2019

“Winners of this year’s free UofSC wedding announced”

(Feat. HRSM) —WOLO

September 24, 2019

“Twitter leads way in disaster emergency communications”

(Feat. Kaitlyn Park, Social Media Insights Lab) —The Sumter Item

September 24, 2019

“LimFlow wins FDA nod for pDVA trial in chronic limb-threatening ischemia”

(Feat. Daniel Clair, Medicine) —Mass Device

September 23, 2019

“Trump administration to revoke california fuel emission standards"

(Feat. Nathan Richardson, Law) —California Epeak

September 23, 2019

“Duke Energy seeks approval to run Oconee nuclear site for 20 more years”

(Feat. Travis Knight, Engineering and Computing) —Greenville Online

September 23, 2019

“California can be a model for teacher-led change”

(Feat. Barnett Berry, Education) —EdSource

September 23, 2019

“Lawmakers, health experts look to combat vaping epidemic in South Carolina”

(Feat. Anthony Alberg, Public Health) —ABC Columbia

September 19, 2019

“Charleston musician plays first show since returning from rehab for opioid addiction”

(Feat. Melissa Reitmeier, Social Work) —Post and Courier

September 19, 2019

“30th Anniversary of Hurricane Hugo Prompts Re-examination of Storm Preparedness”

(Feat. Susan Cutter, Geology) —SC Public Radio

September 19, 2019

“The fast-morphing battle over auto rules”

(Feat. Nathan Richardson, Law) —Axios

September 19, 2019

“Anti-vaccination mothers have outsized voice on social media – pro-vaccination parents could make a difference”

(Feat. Brooke W. McKeever and Robert McKeever) —Chicago Tribune

September 18, 2019

“Investigating robot illusions and simulations of reality”

(Feat. Jason O’Kane, Engineering and Computing) —Tech Xplore

September 18, 2019

“Midlands expert says respiratory illness linked to vaping could be caused by ‘tainted products’”

(Feat. Anthony Alberg, Public Health) —WIS News 10

September 18, 2019

“Even the newest voting machines are vulnerable to reprogramming, cyber experts warn at Greensboro meeting called by the NAACP”

(Feat. Duncan Buell, Engineering and Computing) —Greensboro News & Record

September 18, 2019

“Sanford aims to connect with South Carolina voters despite no GOP primary in 2020”

(Feat. Bob Oldendick, Political Science) —ABC Columbia

September 13, 2019

“After VC Summer, what’s in South Carolina’s energy future cover”

(Feat. Travis Knight, engineering) —Gas and Electricity

September 13, 2019

“A guide to MBAs in South Carolina”

(Feat. Jennifer Ninh, MBA programs) —Greenville Business Magazine

September 13, 2019

“Good communication is a key part of disaster response”

(Feat. Shannon Bowen, journalism and mass communications) —Houston Chronicle

September 9, 2019

“‘We can’t risk it’: Coastal residents flee, inland communities prep as Dorian arrives”

(Feat. Susan Cutter, geology) —Charlotte Observer

September 9, 2019

“Law professor on California’s new police use-of-force law”

(Feat. Seth Stoughton, law) —NPR

September 9, 2019

“It’s not the scientific instrument it asked for”

(Feat. Susan Richardson, chemistry) —Chemical & Engineering News

September 9, 2019

“‘Weak’ hurricanes still prove to be deadly in SC, along East Coast"

(Feat. Cary Mock, geography) —The Post and Courier

September 6, 2019

“33 status-y things to bring to college, according to 22 students from 19 schools”

(Feat. Meg Schwieterman, student) —New York magazine

September 6, 2019

"Carolina classrooms: Teach like Finland"

(Feat. Carolina TIP) —SCETV

September 6, 2019

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