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Documenting UofSC alumni who made the ultimate sacrifice

James Hull works in the Office of Veterans and Military Services at the University of South Carolina, certifying veteran education benefits for students. He also has taken on a project that combines both his love of history and his military service: Documenting every UofSC student or alumni who died while serving in uniform over the past 120 years.

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Operations and supply chain project could save lives in cancer clinical trials

A project by a team of Moore School operations and supply chain students focused on reducing the time it takes to activate industry-sponsored cancer clinical trials. Their recommendations for more efficient processes could get a patient started on a trial before their cancer becomes terminal, and the treatment could be approved faster by the Food and Drug Administration for eligible patients, saving many more lives.

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"What is Juneteenth, exactly?"

(feat. Kimberly Simmons, anthropology) —Shape

"Average wages for workers in Charleston barely outpaced inflation over past decade"

(feat. Joey Von Nessen, Moore School) —The Post and Courier

"‘Lady of Guadalupe’ avoids tough truths about the Catholic Church and Indigenous genocide"

(feat. Rebecca Janzen, Languages, Literature and Cultures) —Religion News Service (via The Conversation)

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