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STEM-CREW team members. From the left: Rachel Simmons, coordinator; Angela Passarelli, Ph.D., coaching director; Carol Feghali-Bostwick, Ph.D., principal investigator; Jesse Goodwin, Ph.D., chief innovation officer; and Tammy Loucks, SCTR science development officer

Women Entrepreneurs

October 18, 2022

Initiative aims to increase the number of women entrepreneurs by offering coaching, mentoring and training to senior postdoctoral fellows and junior faculty.

From Left to Right: Assistant Director of Science Communications Dr. Matthew Greseth, CGS Dean Dr. Paula Traktman, and SC-SWIFT interns Julia Lefler and Catherine Mills.

Communicating Science

September 30, 2021

Science communications internship in the College of Graduate Studies helps scientists in training to share research with the general public.

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Innovation Ecosystem

March 19, 2021

Two recent awards will help to expand and enrich the innovation ecosystem at MUSC.

An entrepreneurial class at VentureSouth

Learning Entrepreneurship

October 07, 2020

The College of Graduate Studies and MUSC Foundation for Research Development have teamed up with industry experts to enhance entrepreneurship education.

people walk toward the entrance of MUSC Health University Hospital

Growing the Workforce

October 24, 2019

Leaders expect that adding MUSC's regional hospitals to the mix of rotation spots for MUSC students will help grow the state's health care workforce.

Medical Imbalance

August 02, 2019

Forty percent of female doctors in a new study stopped working or moved to working part time within a few years of finishing their medical training.

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