Joan T.A. Gabel began her tenure as the University of South Carolina's provost this week. We caught up with her to learn a little more about her and her plans for the future.
The University of South Carolina's McNAIR Center for Aerospace Innovation and Research boasts state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment, a team of highly accomplished researchers and industry partnerships with manufacturers from around the world. The center's primary mission, however, is education.
Howie Scher led a scientific team that has dated the onset of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current at 30 million years ago. The world's largest ocean current, the "global mix-master" transports nutrients, heat and salt around the world.
A cursory reading of the synopsis of "Jacob Jump," Eric Morris' just-published first novel, might prompt comparisons with James Dickey's "Deliverance." Both stories involve ill-fated boating trips on rivers, but the similarities end there.
The McMaster Gallery is exhibiting "Return of the Wanderer." The exhibit features 30 works of art by UofSC emeritus professor Boyd Saunders. The exhibition is on view through Oct 9, and includes lithographs, paintings, etchings, sculptures and drawings.Description
Every summer the University of South Carolina's faculty, staff and students travel the world to conduct research, learn about cultures and take on new challenges that can have a big impact. Here's just a quick look at what some Gamecocks have been up to this summer.
Sherard Duvall, '01, is a local hip-hop advocate and a founder of Hip-Hop Family Day. He will join other music advocates to discuss the vitality of home-grown music in our state at Folkfabulous 2015 this Saturday on the historic Horseshoe.
Haemoon Oh, the newly appointed dean in the College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management, has hit the ground running -- in every sense of the word -- at Carolina.
Welcome week started on campus when more than five thousand freshmen moved into the residence halls.
Coryn Bejema came to the University of South Carolina to play soccer, but it was her talent off the field that has drawn the attention of the campus community lately. Students, faculty and staff might just notice her work across campus this year.
UofSC is one of "The Best 380 Colleges" in the U.S. according to the Princeton Review.
For the first year, other students will be lending a helping hand to get the freshman class settled as a part of the Move-In Crew. In year's past this duty has fallen solely to faculty and staff members, carrying armfuls of belongings up stairs or on elevators and through hallways.
Allison Ryan traveled over 8,000 miles to South Africa where her love of helping others had no limit.
Competing in a marathon calls for the right training regimen. John Eberth of the School of Medicine and his colleagues are coming up with a vascular conditioning program they hope will help surgeons train bypass grafts for success in the long run.
In a perfect world, all of Gabrielle Olexa's neighbors would own cats and drive whisper-quiet electric cars. None of those things happens, of course, which is why Olexa's budding career as an audio book narrator hits the pause button whenever the noise level spikes outside her home recording studio.
S.C. Supreme Court Chief Justice Jean Toal tells new UofSC graduates to consider public service as an alternative to being a spectator in life. Toal delivered the commencement address during the summer ceremony.
Mike Devlin, who graduated from the University of South Carolina in 2014 with a degree in finance, is the man behind the charter fishing boat booking agency, Lureboats. The startup launched earlier this year and currently serves the New England coast, but Devlin hopes to expand the operation nationwide in the coming years.
The University of South Carolina's McNair Aerospace Center is teaming up with Boeing -- the world's largest aerospace company -- to conduct advanced research projects that could deliver the next generation of aerospace technology.
When Tatiana Chin walks across the stage at the University of South Carolina's commencement this August, she'll be one step closer to a path she started down when she was 8 years old. As she graduates, Chin won't be worrying about finding a job: She will start working for IBM as a global security consultant.
Sarah Leverette, a 1943 graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Law, enjoyed a long and productive legal career, even serving as the law school's first female faculty member. Now the alumna is giving back, establishing a scholarship in memory of her parents and with a memorial gift to the Children's law Center in honor of her colleague Beverly Lovejoy Boyer.
Chief Justice Jean Hoefer Toal, '68 law, has seen a lot of firsts in her life, from being the first woman to chair a legislative committee to being the first woman on the state Supreme Court. She sat down with us to chat about her time at Carolina, her extraordinary career as an attorney, lawmaker and justice, and the future as she prepares to retire in December.
Patti Marinelli has helped create what she thinks is a great textbook and online curriculum for teaching Spanish. But you don't have to take her word for it. A pilot study conducted at Carolina confirmed that "Conectados" helped students learn to write and speak Spanish better .
In preparation for his biggest court appearance to date, Perry MacLennan, '14 law, recalled one of his last classes at the University of South Carolina. In a trial by fire, MacLennan got to put what he had learned to use into real life in front of the South Carolina Supreme Court, arguing successfully on behalf on his client less than a year after he graduated.
With four alums in the family, the Barnhills decided to pool their gifts and create the Barnhill Family Engineering Endowment to fund scholarships as a way to say thank you to the university. With company matches, the goal is to have the endowment reach $1 million within 20 years.
Temisha Simpkins is one of four University of South Carolina students serving across the city this summer as a part of the AmeriCorps VISTAs program. She has spent her summer days helping children younger than 12 read at St. Lawrence Place, a nonprofit organization in Columbia.