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USC class goes beyond the books to study stats history

History of Probably and Statistics offered students from the Honors College and the College of Arts and Sciences an overview of the people and experiments that led to the development of the field of statistics, from the early pioneers of the 17th century to the innovators of the modern era.

Helen Craik's "lost" poetry now found and in print

For more than a century, Helen Craik's poetry has been considered lost. A collection by the Scottish author has been published for the first time thanks to the work of two faculty members in the Department of English. Patrick Scott and Rachel Mann co-edited "Poems by a Lady," which was published in November.

New projects explore AI in art and science

The University of South Carolina College of Arts and Sciences is launching 11 new cutting-edge projects to explore how to use artificial intelligence in fields ranging from art and design to geography and neuroscience.

Dust may help maintain a healthy planet, USC researchers find

Could dust be the answer to global warming? Blake Stubbins, graduate researcher in the School of the Earth, Ocean and Environment, recently published evidence that wind systems in South America have been fertilizing the ocean with nutrients for over 8 million years, likely impacting how much carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, is present.

South Carolina remembers Rudy Mancke, naturalist in residence, after his passing

Rudy Mancke, a South Carolina naturalist, public television host and longtime Gamecock, died Tuesday night, at age 78.

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