CLEMSON – Will Rice, a junior majoring in environmental economics and policy at Clemson University, has been named a recipient of the Udall Scholarship. Rice was one of 50 students chosen from more than 460 nominees this year and is the first Clemson student to be receive the scholarship. The Udall Foundation awards scholarships of up […]
People who never got the chance to study or vacation abroad can satisfy their wanderlust April 26 at Clemson University's 25th annual International Festival. The festival was scheduled to be April 19 but is delayed because of forecasts for more rain on an already-saturated Bowman Field.
Longtime Clemson supporter Betty Poe of Greenville made the second cornerstone gift of $2.5 million to Clemson University Athletics for facilities.
Clemson University is leading a regional consortium of universities to help advance networking capabilities and expertise across the Southeast, beginning with an initial workshop being held this week in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Clemson University Police Department (CUPD) was named 2014 Public Safety Agency of the Year among mid-sized law enforcement agencies (26-50 police officers) by the South Carolina Department of Public Safety.
Sarah Moll, director of media events for the NFL, will speak at Clemson University at 4 p.m. Thursday in Holtzendorff Hall auditorium. A 1999 graduate of Clemson, Moll will share her experiences as one of the most powerful women in the entertainment industry.
Current and former Clemson University students will share their experiences abroad at the first Global Symposium Saturday at the Madren Center. Attendees will be encouraged to take a stand on global engagement.
The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Women’s Cross Country team will visit Clemson University this weekend, but they won’t be staying for long. Beginning Saturday, the athletes, many of whom are members of their local Tigers for Tigers (T4T) chapter, are running a non-stop relay from Auburn University in Alabama back to Rochester, New York, to raise awareness about tiger conservation.
Clemson University President James P. Clements has been appointed to the board of directors of the American Council on Education (ACE), the major coordinating body for the nation’s college and universities.
When most students think of spring break, they envision a chance to work on their tans on sunny Florida beaches. However, some Clemson University students think of something else: they see a chance to make a difference in communities.
A new online series, “Clemson Collaborations,” launches Wednesday on ClemsonTV and will highlight the work of faculty chosen to participate in the Clemson University Service Alliance Faculty Fellows program.
Officials from the South Carolina Technical College System, the University of South Carolina and Clemson University came together Wednesday to sign letters of intent to offer coordinated admission — streamlining the transfer process for students graduating from in-state technical colleges to both universities.
Clemson University is hosting events each week during March to mark Upstate International Month, a celebration of the Upstate's numerous cultures.
“Policy Matters,” a new grassroots-initiative webcast, is scheduled to air at 3:30 p.m. Thursday on the ClemsonTV website. The series will focus on providing resources to assist schools and school districts, as well as communities, states and the nation, to tackle challenging issues of helping students succeed in school.
The leader of the Association of Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD) will visit Clemson University Wednesday to address faculty, staff and students on issues relating to accessibility and the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act in relation to postsecondary education.