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‘Seeing that spark’

Alumna and accounting lecturer Laura Self (MACC ’08) took a “leap of faith” when she made the decision to teach full-time at the Moore School.

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MIB alumna applies business analytics skills to earn DoorDash promotion

Preksha Jain began working for DoorDash in 2019 as their merchant strategy & operations manager. Thanks to her experience in the Master of International Business, she was promoted in February 2021 to the new verticals manager.

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MACC alumnus begins career as Atlanta staff auditor

Gabriel Christian, ’19 accounting, ’20 MACC, is beginning his career as staff auditor for Cherry Bekaert LLP in Atlanta.

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Finding ‘healing and peace’ in the wilderness

Shequeita Orr Frazier ’04 launched Camp Yoshi, an adventure tour company, with her husband and brother-in-law.

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UofSC physics graduate leads American Medical Association through the pandemic with optimism

Physics graduate Gerald Harmon is the president of the American Medical Association and is optimistic about medicine after the pandemic.

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From metalhead to metal researcher

Three-time graduate Anna Rogers co-authored a book on gender in heavy metal, based on research she did at South Carolina.

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Career journey: Joanna Mueller

2019 tourism management graduate Joanna Mueller navigated the challenge of launching a career in the middle of a pandemic.

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Leadership program puts pharmacists on forefront of improving health care

or leaders in the pharmacy profession grows, alumna Donna Walker (’79 pharmacy, ’84 MBA) is helping develop them through the Walker Leadership Scholars Program in the UofSC College of Pharmacy.

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Recent alumnus kicks off five-year plan as Rotary Global Scholar followed by return to UofSC to study medicine

2021 public health graduate J.D. Dawson will begin a five-year journey, starting with a $50,000 Rotary Ambassadorial Global Grant.

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Alumna thrives in Microsoft Western Europe manager role

Two-time Moore School alumna Halle Hughes was promoted to Microsoft Western Europe in her first year with the company.

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