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    Strategic innovation graduate certificate
    (South Carolina State Library, 2023-05) Darla Moore School of Business. SmartState Center for Innivation + Commercialization
    The Strategic Innovation Certificate prepares students to successfully navigate an increasingly complex technological environment and develop the skills needed to strategically manage science, technology and innovation in the workforce.
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    Architectural survey of Charleston County's School Equalization Program, 1951-1955
    (South Carolina State Library, 2005-04) Dobrasko, Rebekah; University of South Carolina. Public History Program
    The Architectural Survey of Charleston County‟s School Equalization Program, 1951-1955 surveyed a total of thirty-one schools and recorded a total of twenty-eight schools. These schools were constructed or renovated between 1951 and 1955 as part of a statewide effort to equalize black and white public school facilities to maintain segregation. The purpose of the project is to record and photograph all new schools constructed in Charleston County as part of the statewide school equalization program. Several schools included in the project had significant additions constructed as part of the program. The survey compares white and black schools to evaluate the effects of equalization as new schools were similar in construction, design, and setting and makes recommendations for each school‟s eligibility for listing in the National Register of Historic Places.
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    The economic impact of the equine sector on South Carolina : a report
    (South Carolina State Library, 2019-02-13) University of South Carolina; South Carolina Department of Agriculture
    The purpose of this study was to specifically quantify the economic impact of the equine sector on South Carolina. The study examined both of the primary factors that generate economic activity within the state’s equine sector – the spending by horse owners in service of the care of their horses, and the ongoing business activities of horse-related institutions.
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    University libraries
    (South Carolina State Library, 2018-04) University of South Carolina. Libraries
    This magazine highlights employees, events, collections and descriptions of the various USC libraries.
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    University libraries
    (South Carolina State Library, 2017-04) University of South Carolina. Libraries
    This magazine highlights employees, events, collections and descriptions of the various USC libraries.