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Norma Frizzell

Breakthrough Star: Norma Frizzell

If a key component in a car goes bad, the car won’t go for long. That’s roughly what happens in the human body when mutations and other insults disrupt the mitochondria, the essential energy-making components of human cells. Norma Frizzell has devoted much of her career to understanding how and why mitochondria go haywire and sometimes lead to fatal maladies.

Stanley Nelson

Civil rights filmmaker Stanley Nelson to visit UofSC

Award-winning civil rights documentary filmmaker Stanley Nelson Jr. will visit the University of South Carolina March 29-31 to preview his latest documentary and give a series of public talks. We caught up with Nelson to discuss some of the topics he'll explore with university faculty, staff and students.


The timely promise of telehealth

Clinical faculty at the University of South Carolina are using technology and innovation to change the way health care is delivered and improve the wellbeing of the state’s rural population.

summer campus 2017

UofSC youth summer camps 2017

Summertime at the University of South Carolina means there are plenty of activities for kids to learn something new and visit campus. From music to journalism and science to soccer, there are many ways to keep Columbia’s youth occupied this summer at Carolina.

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University Events

Ina Esther Joost Ben-Sasson Guest Cello Recital

Monday, Mar. 27, 2017

Location: School of Music 206

Healthy Carolina Farmers Market

Tuesday, Mar. 28, 2017

Learn More for Less with Open Educational Resources

Tuesday, Mar. 28, 2017

Location: University Libraries

USC Chamber Orchestra Concert

Tuesday, Mar. 28, 2017

Location: Darla Moore School of Business 101 - Johnson Performance Hall

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