When John Morse, Clemson professor emeritus of entomology, thinks of insects, he thinks of a future where understanding biodiversity helps save the world.
Through her generosity and foresight, alum Susie Adams is helping future generations of students have the same Clemson experience she did.
Clemson broke a lot of ground in 2014. The University literally broke ground on several campus construction projects, but it also achieved groundbreaking success in other areas — the Will to Lead capital campaign surpassed the $800 million mark, we welcomed in another record-breaking freshman class and faculty continued to conduct groundbreaking research. The top 10 most-read Web stories from 2014 sum up the year’s highlights pretty well.
Clemson student Stephen Smallwood is one of more than 100 veterans in Clemson's student body. He is completing his degree at Clemson through the Army's Green to Gold Active Duty Option program, which allows active-duty soldiers to attend college and earn a commission as an Army officer.
Clemson student Robert Locke — a first-generation college student — knows the challenges that can come with being first. He relies on the FIRST Program and its mentors to help him navigate his way through those challenges.
Zombies will have people running for their lives when Clemson University’s Staff Senate, CLEMSONLiVE and the City of Clemson team up to host the first ever Clemson Zombie Run at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30, at Nettles Park. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Staff Senate Scholarship Fund and Helping Hands of Clemson.
Leslie Coker Fowler always knew that education was a priority in her family. But she never imagined her life would be devoted to educating others, from middle school students to medical students and residents.
Joe and Cathy Turner are a Clemson couple, through and through. The two credit the University for bringing them together, something for which they are forever grateful.
Every year, thousands of children file into the seats at the Brooks Center to enjoy performances of classical music, children’s plays, dance and more, made possible by the Bill and Donna Eskridge Tri-ART Series.
The Clemson Alumni Association has named retired assistant athletic director John Seketa as an honorary alumnus in recognition of his hard work and devotion to Clemson University and the Alumni Association.
Dede Norungolo, a disability specialist in Clemson University’s Student Disability Services was named chairwoman of South Carolina University & College Council of Educators Empowering Disabled Students (SUCCEEDS), which serves as the state’s affiliate chapter of the Association on Higher Education and Disability.
Clemson University student Josh Arrage of Tega Cay, a sophomore studying language and international health, was elected as the Area 9 student representative to the National Student Advisory Committee of BACCHUS.
Mary Joy “M.J.” Pizzella of Alexandria, Va., has been elected to the Clemson University Foundation board of directors.
Clemson University is observing Martin Luther King Jr. Day this year with a series of events Jan. 20 to 23.
The Columbia Clemson Club has made its final payment to establish a $25,000 endowment to provide scholarships to Clemson students from Richland County.