Move-in 2019 welcomes an estimated 6,250 freshmen to campus. Here are some details on the incoming class, student life and move-in.
UofSC NEWS & EVENTS
From humble beginnings, University of South Carolina alumnus Richard Sorin and his son, Bert, have turned Sorinex into one of the nation’s premier strength equipment manufacturers, with clients spanning professional sports and universities from every major athletics conference.
You don’t need a degree from the University of South Carolina to get elected mayor in the Palmetto State, but it certainly doesn’t hurt. This summer, Carolinian magazine traveled the state, from the Lowcountry to the Upstate, from the Midlands to the Pee Dee, interviewing South Carolina alumni who hold the esteemed office.
Lilla McCutchen grew up playing on the Horseshoe and spending her summers at her grandparents' home there, now known as McCutchen House. She shares her memories of 80 years as a Gamecock.
From a thousand-year flood to deadly hurricanes, South Carolina is no stranger to disasters. That’s why University of South Carolina researchers are working to better understand why dams fail, how to quickly map disaster areas and ways to improve how people with disabilities navigate natural disasters.
Alexandra Vezzetti was in the first class of physician assistant students at the School of Medicine and the first PA student to rotate through the neurology department at Prisma Health. Department Chair Souvik Sen, M.D., was so impressed with Vezzetti that he hired her, and next month, she’ll become the department’s first physician assistant.
(Feat. Elizabeth Regan, doctoral candidate, exercise science) —Science Magazine (via Journal of the American Heart Association)
(Feat. Lauren Sklaroff, history) —South Carolina Public Radio
(Feat. Drew Martin, Scott Smith and Marketa Kubickova, hotel, restaurant and tourism management) —Metro Columbia CEO
(Feat. Cheslie Kryst, alumna) —Greenville Business Magazine
Leap of faith pays off for Greenville medical school graduate
Kizer Stovall is a part of the first University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville class to complete residency.
Mungo Teaching Award: Conor Harrison
When Conor Harrison went to Colgate University as a soccer player, he had no thoughts about becoming a professor — or anything else for that matter. So he majored in political science and worked for a company that sold soccer equipment after he graduated.
New partnership aims to enrich student growth, opportunity
The Accelerator for Learning and Leadership for South Carolina (ALL4SC) is an outreach project that will bring together researchers and professionals from 12 academic and professional units at the university to create a strategy to close achievement and opportunity gaps for all students
Trip leader encourages Gamecocks to get outdoors
Adventure Trips Manager Ashley Hamada sees benefits in spending time outdoors doing recreational activities.
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