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2005 graduate Kev Roché has been drawing since he was a kid. Now, he’s living a childhood dream—illustrating for ESPN.

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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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Burn recovery inspires medical career for public health graduate

At the age of 13, Gabriela Carrara suffered second- and third-degree burns from a cooking accident. Now, the May 2022 public health graduate is beginning a career in medicine.

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All in the Gamecock family

Dimitri Amiridis is a May 2022 graduate and the son of Michael Amiridis, the incoming president of the University of South Carolina. He discusses his family’s ties to the university in this Q&A.

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Brother and sister Honors College graduates take different paths to making an impact

Siblings Nancy and Thomas Scott are both graduates of the South Carolina Honors College. In 2021, they were recognized by the college as Outstanding Young Alumni.

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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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Defying the odds: Andee Poulos overcomes severe brain injury to graduate with honors

Andee Poulos suffered a stroke at the age of 14, with a 5 percent chance of survival. Fast forward to May 2022, and Poulos is now a graduate of the sport and entertainment management program.

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Ero Aggelopoulou-Amiridis is proud to be a Gamecock

With two advanced degrees from the University of South Carolina, the next First Lady, Ero Aggelopoulou-Amiridis, has deep Carolina connections.

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Psychology alumna recognized for advancing field with life-changing work

The Cognitive Neuroscience Society awarded alumna BJ Casey the 2022 George A. Miller Prize, which recognizes scholars at the cutting-edge of their discipline.

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