Any time a foreign substance enters your body, inflammation and an immune response is going to be elicited. This material could be anything from a splinter in your finger, to a pacemaker in your heart or a polymer placed in your fat tissue to deliver drugs. Every day, Michael Gower, an assistant professor of chemical and biomedical engineering at USC, attempts to control these responses.
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Jumps in guarantees, sponsorships and conference distributions are expected to boost USC's athletic revenues in the next fiscal year, according to the athletic department's latest projections.
With Friday's approval by the Academic Affairs and Faculty Liaison Committee on changes to the USC Faculty Manual, full-time non-tenure track faculty are one step away from receiving voting power in the Faculty Senate.
Freshman orientation for fall 2017 kicked off Monday morning as the first of many future Gamecocks arrived early to check their belongings at Patterson Hall for their first taste of college living.
Assistant hires and words said behind closed doors were on the agenda Wednesday as USC athletics director Ray Tanner addressed the media at Founders Park a day following head baseball coach Chad Holbrook’s resignation.
Columbia parking meters typically present their hours of operation as 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. all days except Sunday, but have traditionally been enforced neither to 6 p.m. nor on Saturdays outside of Five Points. For years it has been evident that motorists expired meters past 5 p.m. go unpunished, until last week.
USC's incoming freshman class is expected to well exceed prior expectations of enrollment, according to university officials.
The United States is facing a severe shortage of people trained to take jobs in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). These are among the fastest growing occupations in the country, however, there are not enough educated scientists, engineers and mathematicians to fill these roles.
USC President Harris Pastides is one of many American university presidents and chancellors to sign an open letter affirming their commitment to the Paris climate accord.
It figures that the team starring a former Florida Gator would be the biggest draw for minor league baseball in the heart of Gamecock country.
The public finally received a glimpse of USC’s newest building Tuesday morning as School of Law officials gave a first look at the nearly-finished $80 million Senate Street campus.
Should South Carolina men's basketball team reach the first two rounds of the 2019 NCAA Tournament, it won't be eligible to play at Colonial Life Arena. Still, those involved in the bid process believe both the men's and women's Final Four runs played a pivotal role in bringing the marquee event back to Columbia.
This Thursday, the Nickelodeon Theatre will kick off its 11th annual Indie Grits Festival in Columbia with a free block party on Main Street. Curtis Harding and Lambchop will perform, and guests can enjoy food from local restaurants. This year's theme, "Visiones," aims to highlight Latinx culture in the South and celebrate its influence on the art scene.
A sea of garnet and black packed the Statehouse grounds and the sidewalks of Main Street Sunday afternoon to commemorate USC's first national championship in the sport of women's basketball.
Fireworks were set off after the Columbia Fireflies defeated Augusta, 15-7, in their season opener Thursday night.
The USC College of Nursing hosted a mass casualty practice exercise Tuesday at Williams-Brice Stadium. The exercise was the result of $2.5 million and four years' worth of research. Practice of mass casualty incidents is done to prepare for patients flooding a hospital, which happens during an MCI and can complicate the triage process.
The Columbia Fireflies hosted a Fan Fest on Sunday where fans were able to watch the team go through a scheduled workout at Spirit Communications Park and then afterward were able to meet the players.
The last time he played in Columbia, South Carolina, in 2009, Florida quarterback Tim Tebow tied the SEC touchdown record in a 24-14 win over the South Carolina football team.
In his third season playing with the South Carolina baseball team, first baseman Matt Williams’ patience is paying off in a big way.
Cold War Kids, a California based indie rock band, visited Columbia’s Music Farm concert venue on Saturday night. The band is on tour promoting their upcoming album, “L.A. Divine,” which is scheduled for release on April 7. The band was formed in 2004, with “friends, jangly guitar, hand claps, and a Harmony amp.”