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An "IT Minute" - The Office of Information Technology at UofSC

University of South Carolina - Division of Information Technology

Brief interviews with faculty, staff, and students at the University of South Carolina that cover innovative ways they use technology for their research, teaching and study.



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An "IT Minute" - The Office of Information Technology at UofSC
- Ronni Wilkinson
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Ronni Wilkinson led the USC Cyber Defense Team to second place in the Palmetto Cyber Defense Competition.
Professor Ron Brown works with librarians to develop their skills for an unexpected role in marketing.
Dr. Galbreth is using eBay auction data to determine the value consumers place in a money-back guarantee.
Mark Mosteller's desire to lead spurred him to become the president of the local chapter of a technology association and have it compete in a national conference.
An "IT Minute" - The Office of Information Technology at UofSC
- Srihari Nelakuditi
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Dr. Srihari Nelakuditi envisions how his app - InSight - offers potential uses within the classroom.
Duncan Buell is promoting the use of computer programming to augment research in the humanities.
Kate Boyd leads the University Libraries Digital Collections to preserve historical documents for future study and use.
The PMBA program at the Moore School of Business - led by Dr. Tim Carroll - offers a nontraditional educational experience to help professionals obtain their MBA.
Joel Wooten researches processes that lead to successful innovation and entrepreneurship.
Michael Gavin writes computer programs to explore the history of publishing in England.
Professor Carrie Queenan explores ways to improve the cost and quality of healthcare
Daheia Barr-Anderson’s current research will use social media to help preschool teachers achieve a healthier lifestyle.
Scott Farrand discusses the importance of tailoring your message to fit your audience.
An "IT Minute" - The Office of Information Technology at UofSC
- Diansheng Guo & Alice Kasakoff
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Drs. Guo and Kasakoff are using linguistic analysis on geocoded tweets in order to find migration patterns.
An "IT Minute" - The Office of Information Technology at UofSC
- Virginia Pierce & Laura Blair
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Virginia Pierce and Laura Blair are part of a nation-wide project to digitize South Carolina newspapers from the 19th and early 20th century.
Interview with Chris Robinson about the importance of art for showcasing nanotechnology.
Dr. Norman has worked with the Research Cyberinfrastructure Group to analyze millions of DNA sequences.
An "IT Minute" - The Office of Information Technology at UofSC
- Meredith Higgs
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Meredith Higgs oversees the classes taught as part of the Carolina Master Scholars Adventure Series.
Simon Tarr and his students in the Department of Art leverage technology to explore topics such as school funding
Dr. Lindsie Cone faces implantable devices, electronic medical records, and how USC's School of Medicine will address the future of technology in healthcare
An "IT Minute" - The Office of Information Technology at UofSC
- De Anna Cox & Angie Lowery
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Angie Lowery and De Anna Cox collaborated to make De Anna's course as accessible for her busy students as possible.
Jim Remsey has helped build classrooms that promote better communication and course delivery at the SC College of Pharmacy.
Dr. Neset Hikmet is researching the use of technology to improve the everyday lives of the elderly.
Renee Shaffer leads a University 101 class that introduces students to technology resources available at USC
An "IT Minute" - The Office of Information Technology at UofSC
- Drs. Cooley, Buell, and PhD Candidate Richard Walker
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Under the guidance of Drs. Buell and Cooley, PhD candidate Richard Walker has helped design an app that will allow users to interact with the historic Horseshoe.
Heather Heckman and a dedicated team of professionals are preserving historic film in danger of being completely lost
Professor Mark Ferguson and a doctoral student have used analytical tools and methods to study the effects of airlines charging for checked bags.
Dr. David Miller helped introduce the Center for Digital Humanities at USC, which seeks to help promote humanities research in the digital age.
Dr. Claudia Benitez-Nelson collects samples abroad and analyzes them at USC to determine the effects of seawater elements on the ocean ecosystem.
Dr. Nancy Brown develops programs that help social workers who interact with members of the military.
Dr. D. Eric Holt's novel use of ultrasound technology can help students improve their foreign language pronunciation.
Madison DeMello facilitates clinical research studies using advanced technology to track health statistics.
Dr. Christine Lotter works with middle-school students and their teachers to impart scientific principles through hands-on experiments with a process called inquiry-based learning.
Lynn Shirley is the GIS research manager at USC, and also teaches geography classes.
Dr. Susan Elkins is leading Palmetto College to offer South Carolinians the opportunity to accomplish their educational dreams.
Dr. John Gerdes explains his patent to create a "veiled certificate" that will help protect an individual's personal identity information.
Bill Kirkland is leading the Office of Economic Engagement to be the place where companies and people at USC work together and benefit from each other.
Brie Turner-Mcgrievy is researching the use of social media to keep participants engaged in diet programs.
Interview with Pamela Melton about a legal artifact at the Coleman Karesh Law Library.
Liz Hartnett is a PhD candidate at USC researching Makerspaces in public libraries.
Scott Farrand follows cultural and technological trends to help others convey their messages optimally.
Mike Matthews has invented a cleansing system that removes asthma triggers from the home
Dr. Christina Friend discusses how the Instructional Design Group at the Center for Teaching Excellence works to make classes more accessible for students.
An "IT Minute" - The Office of Information Technology at UofSC
- Lydia Brandt
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Dr. Lydia Brandt and her students have spent countless hours researching the history behind the buildings of Bull Street for their website.
Professor David Rocheleau is developing medical solutions, including stints for tracheal stinosis, with 3D printers.
Dr. Alicia Wilson discusses how her research in hydrogeology is aided by her computer programming skills.
The Capstone Projects class taught by Jose Vidal builds professional apps for USC and other independent customers.
Professor Augie Grant researches the impact of media technologies in his work as a technology futurist.
Dan Fogerty is working to improve software for devices that enhance the way people hear and understand speech.
Colin Wilder describes opportunities where students, faculty, and staff can learn about digital humanities.
Dr. Beer's research goal is to design assistive robots to help older adults age successfully.
Dr. Reginald Bain uses mathematical equations to create music at the School of Music's Experimental Music Studio. Hear more about what "sonification" involves.
Bryant Walker Smith brings together engineers and lawyers to address a future with automated vehicles.
Dr. David Shields has the goal to develop a website that will cover the scope of the visual record of American theater.
Glenn Bunton is continually challenged to update library spaces as information becomes more digital.
Jeff Francis uses his music industry experience to present students with simulations reflecting the way recording studios operate.
Evan Kutzler uses the software, ArcGIS, to gain new insight about USC's campus from old maps.
An "IT Minute" - The Office of Information Technology at UofSC
- Jennifer Whetstone-Jackson
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Jennifer Whetstone-Jackson is a career development coach who uses technology resources to help students find their career
Heidi Rae Cooley has her students think critically about current technology by getting them to perform common activities with a twist.