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Agents of (social) climate change

About one-quarter of children in the U.S. under the age of 18 are immigrants or the children of immigrants, a status that often translates into educational disadvantages. A College of Social Work faculty member is involved in surveying school social workers nationwide to learn what they are doing to help those children navigate successfully through their public school experiences.

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Colon cancer researcher finds new treatment for deadly disease

When colon cancer spreads, it often ends up in the liver, where surgery can be complicated, even impossible. That’s why research in the University of South Carolina’s College of Pharmacy proving the efficacy of a new class of cancer drugs is so significant.

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Retailing professor wins Fulbright for work in Uzbekistan

The Fulbright program is one of the most famous and prestigious scholarship programs in the world, with 59 alumni who also have Nobel Prizes and 82 Pulitzer Prize winners. Many people in academia try throughout their career and never win a Fulbright Scholarship. Professor Mark Rosenbaum, chair of the University of South Carolina Department of Retailing, now has three.

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Turning big data into smart data

A new Artificial Intelligence Institute at the University of South Carolina will launch this summer, building on and harnessing the collective efforts of dozens of faculty members who already are advancing AI research initiatives in diverse academic disciplines.

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In the News

“O.J. Simpson and why Los Angeles is still fascinated by police pursuits”

(Feat. Geoffrey Alpert, criminology) —The New York Times

"Where does your plastic go? Global investigation reveals America's dirty secret”

(Feat. Andrew Splicer, international business) —The Guardian

“Grant to change how visitors experience SC’s reconstruction history”

(Feat. Rose Ylimaki, education) —The Post and Courier

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