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“How South Carolina’s ‘minimally adequate’ education system fails too many students"

(Feat. Jon Pedersen, education dean and Jon Hale, education) —The Post and Courier

November 16, 2018

“Severe migraines which start with flashing lights or blurry vision could trigger heart condition”

(Feat. Souvik Sen, medicine) —Daily Mail (London)

November 16, 2018

“University of SC Beaufort opening new campus on Hilton Head Island”

(Feat. Al Panu, chancellor and Charles Calvert, USCB hospitality) —WTOC-TV (Savannah, Ga)

November 16, 2018

“Community Corner: USCB to hold open house, ribbon-cutting for new Hilton Head Island Campus”

(Feat. Charles Calvert, hospitality USC Beaufort) —WSAV-TV

November 13, 2018

“Claflin, USC partner in dual degree program”

(Feat. Cheryl Addy, provost’s office) —The (Orangeburg) Times and Democrat

November 13, 2018

“Changing retail reality necessitates classroom shift”

(Feat. Mark Rosenbaum, retailing) —Columbia Regional Business Report

November 13, 2018

“Town injected chemicals into water system for 10 years, unknown to many”

(Feat. Susan Richardson, chemistry) —The State

November 13, 2018

“Danville killing highlights growing tension over cops shooting into vehicles”

(Feat. Geoff Alpert, criminal justice) — San Francisco Chronicle

November 12, 2018

“USC professor raises concerns over South Carolina voting equipment”

(Feat. Duncan Buell, engineering) — WLTX

November 12, 2018

“Medical researchers cite possible connection to antibiotic and polio-like illness symptoms”

(Feat. Charles Bennett, pharmacy) — WTVM (Columbus, Georgia)

November 12, 2018

“United States must join with world to protect refugee children”

(Feat. Francis Rushton, medicine) — MDedge

November 12, 2018

“Morningside professor presents paper in Belgium”

(Feat. UofSC alumnus) —Sioux City (Iowa) Journal

November 7, 2018

“Madagascar Ambassador returns to Columbia”

(Feat. UofSC alumnus) —Carolina Panaroma

November 7, 2018

“From World War II radar to microwave popcorn, the cavity magnetron was there”

(Feat. Allison Marsh, history) —Deep Find

November 7, 2018

"Expert: Body cams 'just a tool,' not a perfect source of information"

(Feat. Seth Stoughton, law) — First Coast News

November 7, 2018

“Why is SC ‘addicted to beach development? Researcher thinks he knows”

(Feat. Robert Hartwig, finance) —The State

October 31, 2018

“Former Gamecocks Steve Pearce, Jackie Bradley shine as Red Sox win World Series”

(Feat. UofSC alumni) —WCIV-TV (Charleston)

October 31, 2018

“New health study in the works by local researchers”

(Feat. Suzanne McDermott, epidemiology) —KPVI-TV (Pocatello, Idaho)

October 31, 2018

“USC Upstate to host AfroArt exhibit”

(Feat. Jane Nodine, USC Upstate) —Spartanburg Herald Journal

October 30, 2018

“5 ways climate change could alter life in SC after 2030”

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

October 30, 2018

“What’s next for commercial space travel”

(Feat. Joel Wooten, business) —Astronomy Magazine

October 30, 2018

“The wonder of groan-worthy wordplay”

(Feat. Stanley Dubinsky, English) —Australian Broadcasting Radio

October 30, 2018

“Newport cops rank first in the region in hitting suspects in the head”

(Feat. Geoff Alpert, criminology) —WCPO-TV (Cincinnati)

October 26, 2018

“What do newspapers lose when they use non-professional photography?”

(Feat. Tara Mortensen, journalism and mass communications) —American Press Institute

October 26, 2018

“2 Columbia golf courses up for sale”

(Feat. Jessica Chavis, sport management) —The State

October 26, 2018

“Trump-funded study finds better carbon capture needed to prevent climate disaster”

(Feat. Nathan Richardson, law) —The Washington Examiner

October 26, 2018

“Do students have a right to education and literacy?”

(Feat. Derek Black, law) —North Dakota NPR

October 23, 2018

"Giant reed has become a giant aggressive weed”

(Feat. John Nelson, biology) —The Tallahassee Democrat

October 23, 2018

“Mitnaul leads National Society of Black Engineers”

(Feat. UofSC chemical engineering alumnus) —Fun Times Magazine

October 23, 2018

“‘Paradise of serpents’: Runaway slaves lived in the Great Dismal Swamp before escape to Canada”

(Feat. Brent Morris, USC Beaufort) —Ottawa (Canada) Citizen

October 22, 2018

“Brain cancer 72 percent higher in Butte and Anaconda, researcher says”

(Feat. Suzanne McDermott, epidemiology) —The Montana Standard

October 22, 2018

“Why Amazon Prime memberships might be ‘flattening out’”

(Feat. Mark Rosenbaum, HRSM) —Washington Post

October 22, 2018

“Is Putin preparing constitutional change to stay in power?”

(Feat. Gordon Smith, international studies) —Eurasia Review

October 18, 2018

“South Carolina senator honored 150 years after his assassination”

(Feat. Tom Brown, history and Bobby Donaldson, history) —WLTX-TV

October 18, 2018

“What a Gold Rush-era orchard could mean for the future of food”

(Feat. David Shields, history) —National Geographic

October 18, 2018

“USC Aiken students helping you get well-trained pets at the Aiken Animal Shelter”

(Feat. Meredith Elzy, USC Aiken) —WJBF-TV (Augusta)

October 18, 2018

“SC will have the 4th-worst nursing shortage in the country by 2030, new report says"

(Feat. Jeannette Andrews, nursing dean) —Post and Courier

October 16, 2018

“A force greater than a major earthquake felt at Max Dragway this weekend”

(Feat. Thomas Owens, earth, ocean and environment) —Charlotte Observer

October 16, 2018

“Block star”

(Feat. Colin Jones, finance) —Columbia Business Monthly

October 16, 2018

"Police pursuit turns deadly once again”

(Feat. Geoff Alpert, criminology) —Houston Chronicle

October 9, 2018

“Are wireless voting machines vulnerable? Florida, other states say they’re safe enough”

(Feat. Duncan Buell, computer science) —San Jose Bee

October 9, 2018

“Former NASA chief returns home to Columbia to speak at SC Aerospace Conference and Expo”

(Mention Charles Bolden collection, libraries) —South Carolina Radio Network

October 9, 2018

“Civil War Talk Radio”

(Feat. Mark Smith, history) —VoiceAmerica

October 9, 2018

“Girls speak out in 2018”

(Feat. UofSC College of Education program) —WACH-TV

October 8, 2018

“USC Upstate’s Connors maintains passion for parasites”

(Feat. Vince Connors, USC Upstate) —Spartanburg Herald-Journal

October 8, 2018

“Trump administration pushing to ease roll-out of driverless vehicles—including trucks”

(Feat. Bryant Walker Smith, law) —Los Angeles Times

October 8, 2018

“Dr. Martin Lings: a contemporary Muslim saint"

(Feat. James Custinger, philosophy) —The Standard-Freeholder (Cornwall, Ontario, Canada)

October 8, 2018

“Former Gamecock joins Good Morning America’s Weekend Edition”

(Feat. UofSC alumna) —The (Raleigh) News and Observer

October 5, 2018

“Could the tariffs ruin the holidays for shoppers?”

(Feat. Mark Rosenbaum, retailing) —The Washington Post

October 5, 2018

“The forecast for recovery”

(Feat. Susan Cutter, geography) —U.S. News and World Report

October 5, 2018

“USC students collect donations for Hurricane Florence victims”

(Feat. Social work faculty and students) —WBTW-TV (Florence-Myrtle Beach)

October 4, 2018

"Exclusive: More details about USC’s new lab and corporate research partnerships”

(Feat. Hossein Haj-Hariri, engineering dean) —Columbia Metro CEO

October 4, 2018

“Are prediction risk scores matching up with rapid diagnostics?”

(Feat. Julie Justo, pharmacy) —Contagion Live

October 4, 2018

“USC opens digital transformation lab”

(Feat. Harris Pastides, president and Bill Kirkland, economic engagement) —Metro Columbia CEO

October 2, 2018

“Should police use of force be regulated? The answer isn’t simple, and that’s a problem”

(Feat. Geoff Alpert, criminology and Seth Stoughton, law) —CNN

October 2, 2018

“Medicaid benefits for addiction treatment expanded after ACA”

(Feat. Christina Andrews, social work) —Psychiatry Advisor

October 2, 2018

“Where are driverless cars taking the industry?”

(Feat. Bryant Walker Smith, law) —Insurance Thought Leadership

October 2, 2018

“Midlands group compares Kavanaugh allegations to Anita Hill’s 1991 confrontation”

(Feat. Kirk Randazzo, political science) —WACH-TV

October 1, 2018

“Sen. Lindsey Graham’s angry outburst cuts into Kavanaugh hearing”

(Feat. Drucilla Barker, gender studies) —The Post and Courier

October 1, 2018

“Many SC jobs will be lost to robots. Is yours safe?”

(Feat. Abdel-Moez Bayoumi, engineering) —The Island Packet via The State

October 1, 2018

“A decade of commercial space travel—what’s next?”

(Feat. Joel Wooten, business) —The (Albany, NY) Times Union via The Conversation

October 1, 2018

“USC students lend a helping hand to their hometowns after Hurricane Florence”

(Feat. Melissa Reitmeier, social work) —Cola Daily

September 28, 2018

“USCL’s role in 2009 dig at Horseshoe”

(Feat. Chris Judge, USC Lancaster) —Lancaster News

September 28, 2018

“Florence floods reveal rural areas to climate change”

(Feat. Kirstin Dow, geography) —Scientific American

September 28, 2018

“Police release podcast to find a fugitive, but legal concerns abound”

(Feat. Colin Miller, law) —ABA Journal

September 28, 2018

“Bates Middle School holds STEM night”

(Feat. Hui-Yiing Chang, USC Sumter) —Sumter Item

September 27, 2018

“West Nile is in Anderson County. Here are the real risks”

(Feat. Eric Brenner, public health) —Greenville News

September 27, 2018

“RMC, community advisory group develops first-ever ‘cultural competence’ training videos for physicians”

(Feat. Ronit Elk, nursing) —The Times and Democrat (Orangeburg)

September 27, 2018

“USC wants to shut down these Five Points bars, might go after others”

(Feat. Jeff Stensland, communications and Anna Edwards, student life) —The State

September 27, 2018

“City’s minority business accelerator starts first program in October”

(Feat. USC Upstate partnership) —Spartanburg Herald Journal

September 26, 2018

“What makes a ‘dad joke?’”

(Feat. Stanley Dubinsky, English) —The Atlantic

September 26, 2018

“Firewood packs a lot of living into one year”

(Feat. John Nelson, biology) —The Tallahassee Democrat

September 26, 2018

“Why do book pages turn yellow over time”

(Feat. Susan Richardson, chemistry) —Live Science

September 25, 2018

“USC’s on-campus farmers market promotes mental health"

(Feat. Jackie Knight Wilt and April Scott, student health services) —Cola Daily

September 25, 2018

“The science, skill—and luck—behind evacuation order calls”

(Feat. Susan Cutter, geography) —The San Francisco Chronicle via The Conversation

September 25, 2018

“Police policy seen as lacking on de-escalation”

(Feat. Seth Stoughton, law) —Investigative Post

September 25, 2018

“Do you want to believe? First UFO conference comes to Columbia this weekend”

(Feat. Barry Markovsky, sociology) —The State

September 20, 2018

“‘It’s back’: Underwater yet again, the Carolinas face a new reality”

(Feat. Josh Eagle, law, Susan Cutter, geography, Robert Hartwig, finance) —The New York Times

September 20, 2018

“Here’s what the closing of Family Dollar’s headquarters means across Charlotte”

(Feat. Marianne Bickle, retailing) —The Charlotte Observer

September 20, 2018

“Healthy Carolinas Farmers Market happening each Tuesday”

(Feat. Jackie Knight Wilt, student health services) —WOLO-TV

September 20, 2018

“#MeToo hits fast food: What responsibility do corporations have to employees at franchise locations?”

(Feat. Robin DiPietro, hospitality) —Southern California Public Radio

September 19, 2018

“Hurricane rating system fails to account for deadly rain”

(Feat. Susan Cutter, geography) —The (Fort Worth, Texas) Star-Telegram via The Associated Press

September 19, 2018

“Florence flood threat heightened by uninsured homeowners

(Feat. Robert Hartwig, finance) —Wall Street Journal

September 19, 2018

“In praise of the ‘establishment’”

(Feat. Damien Picariello, USC Sumter) —Sumter Item

September 19, 2018

“In some small towns flooded two years ago, there may be no recovery this time”

(Feat. Jerry Mitchell, geography) —The Washington Post

September 18, 2018

“How Hurricane Florence could affect S.C. governor’s race”

(Feat. Charles Bierbauer, journalism) —The State

September 18, 2018

“A new wildlife refuge on the grounds around an old nuclear weapons plant”

(Feat. Timothy Mousseau, biology) —NPR

September 18, 2018

“USC Aiken earns No. 1 spot in latest college rankings”

(Feat. Sandra Jordan, USC Aiken chancellor) —Aiken Standard

September 18, 2018

“Religious exemptions from vaccinations climbing among Midlands students”

(Feat. Heather Brandt, public health) — News & Observer

September 10, 2018

“Competition grows for midlands grocery shoppers”

(Feat. Jeffrey Campbell, HRSM) —Columbia Business Monthly

September 10, 2018

“Transcranial direct current stimulation may help aphasia patients recover use of language”

(Feat. Julius Fridriksson, public health, and Chris Rorden, psychology) —News-Medical

September 10, 2018

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