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Scribble: Structural Dynamics to make our world safer

January 22, 2020 - Posted in Business by Scribble
Juan Caicedo

Many people have dreams of shaping the future, and for Dr. Juan Caicedo, those dreams are a reality. A professor and department chair of the University of South Carolina College of Engineering and Computing, Juan specializes in Structural Dynamics to make our world safer...

Scribble: Detecting concussions in the blink of an eye

January 15, 2020 - Posted in Business by Scribble
Scribble- Naney Tsai

Is it possible to detect concussions in just the blink of an eye? Thanks to Dr. Nancey Tsai, the answer is yes. As a clinical associate professor of neurosurgery at the Medical University of South Carolina, Nancey invented a device that uses videography to detect subtle...

Scribble: Notes on Innovation from Boyd Cycling

January 8, 2020 - Posted in Business by Scribble
Boyd and Nicole Johnson of Boyd Cycling

The story of starting a business from your own house may sound familiar to many entrepreneurs. It’s certainly familiar to Boyd and Nicole Johnson, whose business was born from a passion for bicycles and racing. Boyd began making and selling bike parts, and his wife Nicole...

Why you shouldn’t skip your annual physical

January 3, 2020 - Posted in Health by Prisma Health
Annual Physical

Many of us only visit a doctor when we’re sick, but having a primary care doctor and an annual physical is important. Jamee Steen, MD, Ballentine Family Medicine, explained why and addressed some common myths. Myth: I only need to go to the doctor when I’m sick. “Obviously...

SC African American History Calendar: January Honoree - Vivian Ayers Allen

January 1, 2020 - Posted in History by Andrew Davis
SC African American History Calendar: January Honoree - Vivian Ayers Allen

A native of Chester, S.C., Dr. Vivian Ayers Allen is a poet, cultural activist, and American classicist. A 1939 graduate of the historic Brainerd Institute in Chester, Dr. Ayers attended Barber-Scotia College and Bennett College. Dr. Ayers has also received Honorary...

SC African American History Calendar: December Honoree - Isaac Washington

December 1, 2019 - Posted in History by Andrew Davis
SC African American History Calendar: December Honoree - Isaac Washington

Isaac Washington Sr., son of Oliver and Elizabeth S. Washington, was born in Columbia, S.C., in 1942. He is a graduate of C.A. Johnson High School and Benedict College. As a high school and college student, he participated in numerous civil rights marches, sit-ins and other...

SC African American History Calendar: November Honoree - Henrietta Snype

October 27, 2019 - Posted in History by Andrew Davis
November 2019 Honoree Henrietta Snype

A true artist and craftswoman, Henrietta Snype is a master sweetgrass basket weaver and educator. She is devoted to the education and revival of a culture rich in tradition.

South Carolina ETV, Riley Institute announce expanded partnership

October 17, 2019 - Posted in SCETV
Furman Partnership

COLUMBIA, S.C. – South Carolina ETV (SCETV) and the Riley Institute at Furman University today announced an expanded partnership that will leverage the resources of both entities to produce in-depth stories on public education, civic leadership and conversations with state...

Navy SEAL Robert "Bob" Coggin - Apollo 8 Recovery Interview

October 2, 2019 - Posted in History by Andrew Davis
robert bob coggin

The South Carolina State Museum hosted a special screening of Robert Stone's " Chasing The Moon " on Thursday, July 25, 2019. Museum guests, and members of the SCETV Endowment alike came to see this special screening, and took advantage of the opportunity to speak with...

Photographer Milt Putnam - Apollo 11 Recovery Interview

October 1, 2019 - Posted in History by Andrew Davis
U.S. Navy photographer Milt Putnam shares his experiences with the recovery of Apollo 11.

On the evening of Thursday, July 25, the South Carolina State Museum hosted a special screening of Robert Stone's " Chasing The Moon ." Museum guests, and members of the SCETV Endowment alike came to see this special screening, and took advantage of the opportunity to speak...

SC African American History Calendar- October Honoree: Oliver "Buddy" Pough

September 25, 2019 - Posted in History by Andrew Davis
SC African American History Calendar: October Honoree - Oliver "Buddy" Pough

Before legendary Head Football Coach Oliver “Buddy” Pough oversaw his first practice at South Carolina State University (SC State), he was one of the top high school coaches in the Palmetto State. He led Fairfield Central High School to a perfect 15-0 record in 1996,...

Free Virtual Care Visits During Hurricane Dorian

September 4, 2019 - Posted in Health by Julia Shillinglaw
McLeod doctor sees patient over telehealth app.

With Hurricane Dorian on a path towards the east coast, many have been ordered to evacuate. Others are preparing for the effects of the storm, as it is predicted to hit South Carolina around Thursday. Finding generators and stocking up on bottled water and food supplies are...

SC African American History Calendar - September Honoree: Bessie Moody-Lawrence

August 29, 2019 - Posted in History by Andrew Davis
SC African American History Calendar - September Honoree: Bessie Moody-Lawrence

Dr. Bessie Ayers Moody-Lawrence dedicated her entire life to education and the law. A prolific advocate, Dr. Moody-Lawrence integrated herself into every facet of society she could to achieve her passions. A member or leader to countless programs and committees, her actions...

SC African American History Calendar - August Honoree: Henry Minton

August 1, 2019 - Posted in History by Sarah Pritchard
Images of Henry Minton - SC African American History Calendar - August Honoree

Henry Minton was the visionary behind Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity. Commonly known as the Boulé, an ancient Greek term for a council of chiefs, Sigma Pi Phi was formally established on May 15, 1904, becoming the first African American Greek-letter fraternity. He envisioned a...

Moon Chasing | Endowment Intern Sean

July 26, 2019 - Posted in Local by Sean Scott
ETV let students interview astronaut Charles Duke

I may have only been at work for four days this week, but it was a full week that seemed to rush by! After my relaxing day at home while everyone else had to suffer through a Monday in the office (#sorrynotsorry), I finally saw my supervisor Aimee again. It seemed like it...

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