Social Justice Award winners

Three chosen as UofSC's 2021 Social Justice Award winners

An endowed chair in the School of Information Science, an associate professor of higher education who directs the university’s Museum of Education, and a Gamecock football player who proclaimed “’Matter’ is the Minimum” during last summer’s Black Lives Matter protests are the university’s 2021 Social Justice Awards winners.

Maxcy Monument on the Historic Horseshoe with sunlight streaming through the trees.

Character Counts: 2020 in Review

It’s been a year — but that doesn’t mean there wasn’t plenty to celebrate, recognize and honor at the University of South Carolina in 2020. UofSC rose to each and every challenge this year and raised the bar for the year to come.

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"What does it mean to exhume a body — and why does it happen?"

(feat. Sharon DeWitte, anthropology) — Oxygen

"During pandemic, Columbia fine dining restaurants remain insulated to employee turnover"

(feat. Drew Martin, hotel, restaurant and tourism management) — Free Times

"Roberts to swear in yet another president who opposed him"

(feat. Jessica Schoenherr, political science) — NBC 5 (Chicago)

"COVID-19 vaccine rollout hasn't worked, but change is coming, vaccine panel predicts"

(feat. Prakash Nagarkatti, Office of the Vice President for Research, School of Medicine Columbia) — USA Today

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