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USC researchers energize new SC Nexus initiative

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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Guide to surviving finals week

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.

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USC faculty, alumni work to fill health care needs in rural areas

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.

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“Live updates | Limited telecom services return to Gaza, but the UN lacks fuel for aid delivery”

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“A conversation about SC veterans and the healthcare services they need”

(feat. Nikki Wooten, social work) South Carolina Public Radio

“Sumterite, USC professor to host Sumter Community Education Forum”

(feat. Kendall Deas, African American studies) The Sumter Item

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