In the News

"Aerobic exercise programs may improve endurance, walking after stroke"

(Feat. Elizabeth Regan, doctoral candidate, exercise science) —Science Magazine (via Journal of the American Heart Association)

August 16, 2019

"Aug. 15 marks the 50th anniversary of historic Woodstock Festival"

(Feat. Lauren Sklaroff, history) —South Carolina Public Radio

August 16, 2019

"UofSC Hospitality and Tourism Management School leaps to top 10"

(Feat. Drew Martin, Scott Smith and Marketa Kubickova, hotel, restaurant and tourism management) —Metro Columbia CEO

August 16, 2019

“UofSC grad and lawyer Cheslie Kryst Is making her mark as Miss USA”

(Feat. Cheslie Kryst, alumna) —Greenville Business Magazine

August 16, 2019

"Greenville medical students use 3D printing for Simpsonville 3rd-grader's prosthetic hand"

(Feat. Tanner Karp, Dan Strat and Rikki Williams, medical students; Phillip Ott, IT, School of Medicine Greenville) —Greenville News

August 15, 2019

"This Bill Hader deepfake video is amazing. It's also terrifying for our future."

(Feat. Andrea Hickerson, journalism and mass communications) —Yahoo Entertainment

August 15, 2019

“Political polarization and talking across difference”

(Feat. Elizabeth Conners, political science) —WORT (Madison, Wisconsin)

August 15, 2019

"True crime podcasts gaining popularity thanks to female listeners"

(Feat. Doctoral candidate Kelli Boling) —KARE (Minneapolis)

August 15, 2019

“Toxic algae killed three dogs in Wilmington, experts say it can happen in SC”

(Feat. John Ferry, chemistry and biochemistry) —WCSC (via WIS)

August 14, 2019

“Tesla Has A Huge Incentive To Deploy Self-Driving Tech. But Is The World Ready?”

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

August 14, 2019

“Improving access and education with the NSF”

(Feat. Richard K. Bogan, medicine) —Sleep Review Magazine

August 14, 2019

“Clay wants to clamp down on deadly force by police”

(Feat. Geoffrey Alpert, criminology) —The St. Louis American

August 13, 2019

“Dallas officers: Mocking handcuffed man on ground was 'strategy'”

(Feat. Seth Stoughton, law) —Chicago Tribune (via The Dallas Morning News and AP)

August 13, 2019

“A tribute to noted historian SR Mehrotra”

(Feat. Dinyar Patel, history) —The Tribune

August 13, 2019

“Anemia drug made billions, but at what cost?”

(Feat. Charles Bennett, pharmacy) —Washington Post

August 9, 2019

“At USC event, Clyburn expressed pride in S.C.’s civil rights history”

(Feat. Bobby Donaldson, history) —Free Times

August 9, 2019

"Colonial Life program sends educators back to class"

(Feat. Cindy Van Buren, education) —Columbia Chamber of Commerce

August 9, 2019

"Students with disabilities crafting career paths by learning new skills"

(Feat. Cindy Flynn, administration) —WOLO

August 8, 2019

“Yuan-to-dollar rate breaks key benchmark, escalating trade war”

(Feat. Frank Tian Xie, USC Aiken) —The Epoch Times

August 8, 2019

“Athletes with ADHD may need more time to recover from concussion: study”

(Feat. R. Davis Moore, exercise science) —U.S. News & World Report

August 8, 2019

“Moonlighting cops: frequently allowed, often lightly regulated”

(Feat. Seth Stoughton, law) —KUNC (Colorado)

August 8, 2019

“Helping children cope with mass shootings”

(Feat. Robin Welsh, medicine) —ABC Columbia

August 7, 2019

“Johnson Ferry Baptist’s pastor holds out hope that faith can help us escape racial quagmire”

(Feat. Bryant White, alumnus) —The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

August 7, 2019

“Oglala Sioux Tribe legalizes same-sex marriage”

(Feat. Marcia Zug, law) —Cherokee Phoenix (via AP)

August 7, 2019

“The Supreme Court decision that kept suburban schools segregated”

(Feat. Jon Hale, Education) —The Houston Chronicle (via The Conversation)

August 5, 2019

“USC analyzes social media reaction to debates”

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

August 5, 2019

“Several SC lawmakers want to raise state’s minimum wage”

(Feat. Joseph Von Nessen, business) —WBTW

August 5, 2019

"Richland Library ‘recycles’ more books than any other in SC. Where do they all go?"

(Feat. Andrew Spicer, international business) —The Charlotte Observer

August 5, 2019

“Exercise caution outdoors in the summer heat”

(Feat. Susan Yeargin, athletic training) —U.S. News & World Report (via American Heart Association News)

July 26, 2019

“Activist investors speak out against United Technologies, Raytheon deal”

(Feat. John Saleeby, international business) —USNI News

July 26, 2019

“Reissue of Richard Samuel Roberts’ photo book promises a third life for his era-illuminating work”

(Feat. Thomas Johnson, libraries) —Post and Courier, Free Times

July 26, 2019

"Maps that helped land Apollo 11 on the moon are now at USC thanks to an alum who made them"

(Feat. Michael Weisenburg, libraries; Charles Shull, alumnus) —The Post and Courier

July 24, 2019

"How Congress lost power over trade deals"

(Feat. William Hauk, economics) —Salon

July 24, 2019

"New video game brings Lowcountry landmarks and folklore to life”

(Feat. Brian Canada, USC Beaufort) —The Island Packet

July 24, 2019

“Drug maker payments may influence gabapentinoid prescribing"

(Feat. Christopher Goodman and Allan Brett, medicine) —Pain News Network

July 24, 2019

“WH reporters offer rare praise after Grisham runs interference with Kim Jong Un goons”

(Feat. Charles Bierbauer, journalism and mass communications) —Washington Examiner

July 3, 2019

“University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville names new dean”

(Feat. Marjorie Jenkins, medicine) —Greenville News

July 3, 2019

"A landscape design course for Ohio middle schoolers could open new doors to the profession"

(Feat. Scott Mental, alumnus) —Landscape Architecture Magazine

July 3, 2019

“Winners and losers in first 2020 Democratic presidential primary debate”

(feat. Todd Shaw, political science) —The State

June 28, 2019

“More regulation needed to combat risks from cosmetics”

(feat. Marie Boyd, law) —The Regulatory View

June 28, 2019

“University of South Carolina announces AI institute”

(feat. Hossein Haj-Hariri, engineering) —EdScoop

June 28, 2019

"Jim Clyburn’s ‘World Famous Fish Fry’ hooks large crowd"

(Feat. Todd Shaw, political science) —WBTV (Charlotte)

June 26, 2019

"‘When does it stop?’: Police car chases over petty crimes can kill, maim innocents"

(Feat. Geoffrey Alpert, criminology) —The Kansas City Star

June 26, 2019

“UofSC, Clemson researchers use drones to make S.C. bridges safer”

(Feat. Paul Ziehl, associate dean for research) —Columbia Business Monthly

June 26, 2019

"Jesse Jackson visits Columbia"

(Feat. Justice for All) —WLTX

June 26, 2019

“These women of color are running politics in S.C.”

(Feat. Lauren Harper, alumna) —The Boston Globe

June 24, 2019

"New market study shows pop-up's influential role in the retail renaissance”

(Feat. Mark Rosenbaum, retailing) —Retail Insights

June 24, 2019

"Top pianists take the stage during Southeastern Piano Festival at UofSC"

(Feat. Joseph Rackers, music) —The State

June 24, 2019

“At Costco food sample line, gunfire, death and unanswered questions”

(Feat. Seth Stoughton, law) —L.A. Times

June 21, 2019

"Hurricane detectives comb archives for clues to storms past — and those to come"

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

June 21, 2019

“Confederate cannons stuck in river bed 150 years restored”

(Feat. Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology) —San Francisco Chronicle (and others via AP)

June 21, 2019

“Confederate cannons stuck in river bed 150 years restored”

(Feat. SCIAA) —San Francisco Chronicle (and others via AP)

June 19, 2019

“The legacy of Dr. Matilda Evans: A history of service”

(Feat. Bobby Donaldson, history) —The Final Call

June 19, 2019

“Philosophers on the ethics and politics of abortion”

(Feat. Christopher Tollefsen, philosophy) —Daily Nous

June 19, 2019

“O.J. Simpson and why Los Angeles is still fascinated by police pursuits”

(Feat. Geoffrey Alpert, criminology) —The New York Times

June 18, 2019

"Where does your plastic go? Global investigation reveals America's dirty secret”

(Feat. Andrew Splicer, international business) —The Guardian

June 18, 2019

“Grant to change how visitors experience SC’s reconstruction history”

(Feat. Rose Ylimaki, education) —The Post and Courier

June 18, 2019

“New market study shows pop-up's influential role in the retail renaissance”

(Feat. Mark Rosenbaum, retailing) —Retail Insights

June 18, 2019

"Rural mothers, babies at risk when hospitals cut obstetric services"

(Feat. Peiyin Hung, public health) —U.S. News & World Report

June 17, 2019

"Anita Hill says she could see herself voting for Joe Biden. Will that affect SC campaign?"

(Feat. Drucilla Barker, anthropology and women’s and gender studies) —The Post and Courier

June 17, 2019

“Hear renowned artists at the Southeastern Piano Festival”

(Feat. Joseph Rackers, music) —WOLO

June 17, 2019

“Explained: How millennials are affecting the price of your home”

(Feat. Jimmie Lenz, finance) —The National Interest (via The Conversation)

June 17, 2019

“Why not smash stuff on your next trip to Las Vegas?”

(Feat. Deborah J. Cohan, sociology USC Beaufort) —CNN Travel

June 14, 2019

“Louisville police's drug-sniffing K-9s don't find narcotics in nearly half their searches”

(Feat. Seth Stoughton, law) —Louisville Courier Journal

June 14, 2019

"SC got $1B in flood payments, but new data still won’t say if your home flooded"

(Feat. Robert Hartwig, finance) —The Post and Courier

June 14, 2019

“Making med school diversity more than a box-checking exercise”

(Feat. Frank Clark, medicine) —American Medical Association

June 14, 2019

"Pianists Sarah Zhang and Nick Luby Bring The Concert Truck to the Southeastern Piano Festival"

(Feat. Susan Lang and Nick Luby, alumni) —Free Times

June 13, 2019

"Online Education: An Overlooked Lever of Education Policy"

(Feat. Palmetto College) —Chronicle of Higher Education

June 13, 2019

"Are you recycling wrong? The items ruining your bin"

(Feat. Larry Cook, facilities services) —WIS

June 13, 2019

“Reporting Adverse Drug Events Has Chilling Effect”

(Feat. Ashley Godwin, pharmacy, doctoral candidate) —Medscape

June 13, 2019

"How debt may take a toll on mental health"

(feat. Katrina Walsemann, public health) —NPR Marketplace

June 12, 2019

"Paper-based voting announced in South Carolina to replace paperless system"

(feat. Duncan Buell, computer science and engineering) —Greenville News

June 12, 2019

"Are racist yearbook photos protected student speech?”

(feat. Derek Black, law) —Pacific Standard

June 12, 2019

"More younger women are having heart attacks. Here are steps to minimize risk"

(feat. Brent Egan, medicine) —San Antonio Express News

June 12, 2019

"Black drivers in Louisville are searched nearly three times more than white motorists"

(feat. Seth Stoughton, law) —Louisville Courier Journal

June 11, 2019

"Should children wear fitness trackers?"

(feat. Lindsay Decker, doctoral candidate, exercise science) —Tech Radar

June 11, 2019

"SC could be at an increased credit risk due to hurricanes, Moody’s says"

(feat. Joey von Nesson, economics) —The Post and Courier

June 11, 2019

“Charleston chef instructor and USC professor team up to write guide to SC food”

(feat. David Shields, English) —The Post and Courier

June 11, 2019

"USC to open 'smart data' artificial intelligence institute"

(Feat. Hossein Haj-Hariri, engineering) —The Charlotte Observer

June 6, 2019

“The Southern Guitar Festival continues to champion its oft overlooked tradition”

(Feat. Christopher Berg, music) —Free Times

June 6, 2019

"Conversations on S.C. history: the state & the new nation"

(Feat. Brent Morris, history USC-Beaufort) —S.C. Public Radio

June 6, 2019

"These are the top 10 states that people are moving to"

(Feat. Joey von Nesson, Moore School) —Business Insider

June 6, 2019

“Andrew Jackson: Symbol for an Age?”

(feat. Mark Smith, history) —South Carolina Public Radio

June 4, 2019

"Sound, vibration data can predict maintenance”

(Feat. Abdel-Moez E. Bayoumi, engineering) —Transport Topics

June 4, 2019

"S.C. Economy Surviving Economic Challenges"

(Feat. Joey von Nesson, Moore School) —S.C. Public Radio

June 4, 2019

“Morse code revolutionized communications 175 years ago”

(Eddie King, engineering and computing) —Washington Post (via The Conversation)

June 4, 2019

“How Charleston Became a Magnet for Architecture Lovers”

(Feat. Robert Weyeneth, History) The Daily Beast

May 30, 2019

“Are vacations worth the debt?”

(Feat. Simon Hudson, HRSM) —CPA Practice Advisor

May 30, 2019

“Why are Georgia’s auto insurance rates increasing”

(Feat. Robert Hartwig, Moore School) —WXIA-TV

May 30, 2019

“Driverless car industry luring federal safety brass”

(Feat. Bryant Walker Smith, Law) —Politico

May 30, 2019

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