Focused and Living Beyond Her Dreams
July 12, 2016
For South grad Tiffany Williams, a Los Angeles casting and reality show producer, hard work and a little risk-taking pays off....Read More
Have HIV-Testing Kits, Will Travel
July 22, 2016
Jessica Adams, a doctoral nursing student, will volunteer with a medical team at a September music festival in Uganda.More
Investigating New Treatment in Trauma
July 20, 2016
Dr. Jon Simmons explores why fatalities often can be pinned on an inflammatory response that causes organ failure.More
Connecting Math, Science and a Paycheck
July 15, 2016
High school students learn about cyber security and career opportunities during a week-long program at South.More
'No Dinosaurs, No Whips, and No Crystal Skulls'
July 13, 2016
Children from the Poarch Band of Creek Indians arrive on campus and get a non-Hollywood lesson in archaeology.More
Empowering Women, Developing LeadersKinsley Knapp, a nursing major, gets a D.C. lesson on public policy, social change and maintaining a competitive edge....
July 18, 2016
Critical to STEM Success — the ArtsSummer program supports blending arts into science, technology, engineering and math for a well-rounded K-12 education....
July 11, 2016
Gulf Shores Summer Internship or BustSouth students learn servant leadership and the ins and outs of the hospitality business for money and industry experien...
July 7, 2016
USA Archives Completes Move to Main CampusThe Doy Leale McCall Rare Book and Manuscript Library opens with 10,000 square feet on the third floor of Marx Library....
July 1, 2016
As World Series Closes, So Does AD's RoleDr. Joel Erdmann's committee picked and seeded the teams whose play ultimately led to Coastal Carolina's win in Omaha....
June 30, 2016