December 2018

Student Opportunity at Palmetto Health-USC Medical Group

We are looking for a graduate or doctoral student to work with us on a SAS project. This project provides the opportunity to develop a real world application for Palmetto Health-USC Medical Group that could enhance your resume and provide experience in business analytics and statistical analysis. Below is a brief description of the project. If you are interested, please email us your resume and a brief statement explaining why you are interested.

Project Title: Palmetto Health Family Medicine Provider Panel Assignments and Patient Redistribution

Job Opportunities at CDH

Four Job openings for CSE students at the Center for Digital Humanities:

1 - Front End Developer with design chops - The project is the John Ruskin Diary Notebooks, a section of the Victorian Lives and Letters Consortium. Student would be partnered with a Back End Developer to build out the Ruskin site on the MEAN stack (an established toolset the other sub-sites of the VLLC are built on). They would need to know HTML, CSS and some JavaScript. I would also like them to have design sense and an understanding of UI/UX. Required Courses CSCE 145, 146

Wed Developer at Connecting Health Innovations

We are seeking an individual with strong working knowledge of website development and application program interface (API) technologies

Connecting Health Innovations LLC (CHI) is a spinoff company from the University of South Carolina (USC). Its current purpose is to improve public health and clinical outcomes by increasing availability of products based on the Dietary Inflammatory Index (DII®), which was invented in the Arnold School of Public Health at USC. With over 250 publications and 3000 citations during the last 52 months, the DII has become one of the most successful innovations in biomedicine in the past couple of decades. Now, the challenge is to translate this academic success into public health and clinical medicine results that really matter.

Carolina Command Center Manager

The Carolina Command Center Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day operation of the College of Information and Communications’ state-of-the-art social media monitoring lab. The manager will serve as the college’s expert in the usage and implementation of the center’s monitoring and reporting software, training faculty, students and other users. The Manager will work with faculty to assist with gathering research-quality social media analytics and to support the center’s role as a teaching tool within the college.

CUhackit: Clemson Hackathon in January

CUhackit is Clemson University's student-found and student-run hackathon!

This year, it will be hosted January 26th-27th in the Watt Family Innovation Center at the center of Clemson’s Campus.

More info at CUhackit.