COLUMBIA, SC — USC School of Medicine Greenville receives Townes Award
The University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville was honored Tuesday by the S.C. Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics at the 21st annual Townes Award Dinner.
The Greenville school, a newly founded, four-year medical program, represents a partnership between USC and the state’s largest public hospital, the Greenville Hospital System. The Townes Award honors individuals or institutions that raise the quality of science, mathematics and technology education in South Carolina.
Benedict to hold Women’s History Month concert
Benedict College will present a Women’s History Month celebration in concert, featuring the college’s women music faculty, Friday at 7 p.m. in Antisdel Chapel.
Performing will be Angela Blalock, instructor of music; Kimberly Haynes, assistant vice president for academic support and special projects; Joy Young, adjunct instructor of music; and Nuria Rojas, assistant professor of music (piano), with accompaniment by Linda L. Kershaw, associate professor of music and director of the concert choir, and Richard Beckford, guest pianist.
The concert is free and open to the public.
From Staff Reports