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Tisha Felder

Breakthrough Star: Tisha Felder

In the fight against breast cancer, there are two distinct lines of research: treatment and prevention. Breakthrough Star Tisha Felder, an assistant professor and researcher in the College of Nursing and Cancer Prevention and Control Program in the Arnold School of Public Health, finds herself at the crossroads of those two lines.

bates house drawing

10 floors up and a mile away

When Mel Wright came to the University of South Carolina in the fall of 1969, he had a choice: Sign up for one of the older dormitories in the heart of campus — near Russell House, near the Horseshoe, near just about everything — or move into a 10-story high rise a mile down the road.

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.

rendering of a proposed skyport design

Sky's the limit

South Carolina Law students work with Uber and Virgin Hyperloop One to help shape the future of transportation.

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

“Trump’s border wall could cost SC $300 million in military funding”

(Feat. Todd Shaw, political science) —The Post and Courier

“Program helping keep teachers in the classroom”

(Feat. Cindy Van Buren, education) —Columbia Regional Business Report

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