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Lost City crew

Seeking answers at Lost City

Assistant professor of aqueous geochemistry Susan Lang will travel to the ends of the earth for her research — or at least to the middle of the ocean. In 2018, Lang was co-lead researcher on a major research expedition to one of the most remote parts of the Atlantic — an unusual hydrothermal field dubbed Lost City.

storytelling event

No rotten tomatoes

On the second-to-last Thursday of each month, at Columbia’s War Mouth restaurant and bar, the Carolina Archive of Storytelling hosts an open mic event where amateur storytellers share personal narratives with nothing to lean on but a microphone, their memory and the vocal support of a standing room-only crowd.

Behavioral-Biomedical Interface Program cohort

Studying the link between mind and body

The Behavioral-Biomedical Interface Program, funded by a prestigious National Institutes of Health research training grant, has been such a success that the NIH renewed it for a third five-year cycle.

global footprint map

Global footprint

The University of South Carolina has been a global player for a long time. But since 2011, when the Focus Carolina strategic plan was announced, the university has significantly increased its internationalization efforts, transforming a healthy overseas presence into a clearly defined global footprint.

USCDM leaders dancing

Land of a million dances

University of South Carolina student organization Dance Marathon raised $1,038,156 for Prisma Health Children's Hospital, breaking the record set last year.

summer camps

UofSC youth summer camps 2019

With only a few short months until summer, it’s time for parents to find summer activities to enhance the lives and bolster the minds of their children. Fortunately, UofSC offers a wide variety of summer camps for all interests from music to journalism and softball to science.

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In the News

“Museums ease research with new online natural history collection”

(Feat. Christian Cicimurri, geology) —South Carolina Public Radio

“‘All the men are psyched’ about Goldman Sachs’ relaxed dress code"

(Feat. Jaclyn Wong, sociology) —Washington Post

“What we know about Mark Riddell, a test-taking whiz linked to college cheating scam”

(Feat. Richard Southall, sport management) —Los Angeles Times

“General’s South Carolina roots: From segregation to command in 100 years”

(Feat. Andrew Myers, USC Upstate) —WCIV-TV (Charleston)

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