Black Alumni Council

Meet our 2022 Greener Scholar: KJ Frazier

KJ Frazier is an incoming pre-business student and the 2022 recipient of the Richard T. Greener Scholarship.

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International student earns master’s degree to increase athletic training services in Caribbean

Reann Young experienced an injury as a volleyball player. The care she received from an athletic trainer led her to pursue a career in the profession.

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Libraries’ Patrice Green selected as 2022-24 RBS-Mellon Cultural Heritage fellow

Patrice Green, a MA and MLIS graduate, was selected as a 2022-24 RBS-Mellon Cultural Heritage fellow.

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Why not? What if?

2004 public relations graduate Shanna Miles published her debut novel “For All Time.”

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May graduate to advance health equity for underserved communities by addressing social determinants of health

May 2022 public health graduate Cedrick Belton plans to become an epidemiologist and work to advance health resources for underserved communities.

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Law alumnus honored for lifetime of achievements

A portrait of 1968 law graduate I.S. Leevy Johnson was unveiled at the School of Law in recognition of his legal, business and political achievements.

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Nursing alumnus, medical grad student honored for work on suicide prevention

Governor Henry McMaster awarded nursing alumnus Bradley Quarles the Order of the Silver Crescent, the state’s most prestigious service award.

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Decorated beyond measure

Q&A with Ida Williams Thompson, 1977 MLIS alumna

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Telling South Carolina’s civil rights story

Earlier this year, energy infrastructure company Williams donated $1.5 million to the university’s Center for Civil Rights History and Research. This request came from 2001 graduate Kelly Adams, managing director of state government and regulatory affairs for Williams.

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Darius Rucker on championship, concerts and that tattoo

Country music superstar and Gamecock alumnus Darius Rucker will host a free concert for students Sunday, April 24 to celebrate Gamecock Women’s Basketball’s second National Championship.

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