Anne Frank’s father, Otto Frank, corresponded with thousands of young people as he worked to promote his daughter’s legacy. His decades-long correspondence with author Cara Wilson-Granat is now the foundation of the university’s new Anne Frank Center Archive.
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Bacteriophages are viruses that attack specific bacteria and were discovered a century ago. Phage cocktails, which combine several types of phages, could be administered on a broader scale and diminish the need for antibiotics.
Using real-time analysis, Gamecock Athletics reviews survey data and makes adjustments to football game-day logistics to better the overall fan experience.
Katie Slick and Cody Markow, student co-directors of Pillars for Carolina, say the program builds community and confidence among incoming first-year Gamecocks. The student-led program offers extended orientation sessions focused on leadership, self-discovery, service and engagement on campus. There’s also plenty of time for fun and making new friends through activities such as a campus version of The Amazing Race and Garnet & Black Olympics.
The Baldwin Business and Financial Journalism Initiative is changing the mold, encouraging students to embrace a form of business journalism that goes beyond the numbers. Just in its fourth year, this program has evolved quickly and led two journalism students, Connor Hart and Emma Dooling, to win multiple awards.
Rick Noble has donated his substantial collection of Hootie & the Blowfish memorabilia – including CDs, T-shirts, posters and publications – to the University of South Carolina Libraries.
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Sutton among the greatest scientists the field of applied mechanics has ever seen
This is Michael Sutton’s lifetime achievement award. His Major League Baseball Hall of Fame induction. His Heisman Trophy; maybe even his Nobel Prize. When Sutton receives the 2022 Timoshenko Medal on Nov. 2, he will officially be recognized as one of the greatest scientists the field of applied mechanics has ever seen.
Fluor support creates diverse pipeline for engineering, business
Brenden Chavis, an informatics Ph.D. student in the College of Engineering and Computing, is able to pay for his own education thanks to programs funded by Fluor Corp.
UofSC music series helps give artists social voice
A grant from the Racial Justice and Equity Research Fund at the University of South Carolina helped underwrite two recent commissions for the Southern Exposure New Music Series. The commissions, I Don't Want Your Love and Deer Friend, focus on social justice and pandemic isolation.
Librarian marks a half century of service in South Caroliniana Library
The space around Allen Stokes' desk looks much the same as it did a half century ago when he began working for the South Caroliniana Library. He’s still surrounded by boxes of correspondence, photos, memorabilia and other materials related to the history and culture of the state.
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