Clemson University is recognizing two alumni — President Emeritus James Barker and businessman James E. Bostic Jr . — with its highest public honor, the Clemson Medallion.
Clemson trustees commemorated university history and took action on educational and financial matters that will benefit campus constituents now and in the future in their quarterly meetings this week.
Businessman and Clemson University trustee Mark Richardson and his wife, Kathryn, have given $1 million for a scholarship fund to help ensure that all Emerging Scholars students accepted into Clemson University can attend the school with financial aid.
Clemson alumnus Brian J. O’Rourke of Greenville has been named vice president for Development and Alumni Relations at Clemson University and will serve on the executive leadership team reporting to President James P. Clements.
Clemson University trustees heard positive reports on admissions, capital projects, academic restructuring, athletics and communicating the school’s history during their quarterly meetings on campus this week.
An innovative South Carolina-based telecommunications company is partnering with Clemson University’s new Watt Family Innovation Center to transform student lives and campus academics. Comporium, Inc. has pledged $3 million in financial support and in-kind products and services to the Watt Center and will be a Founding Innovation Partner in the new facility that fosters collaborative research activities, product use and demonstration and philanthropic support.
With the South Carolina presidential primary elections just three months away, about half the state’s voters in both parties say they are following the news about the race, but still are undecided about whom they will support, according to a new Clemson University Palmetto Poll.
Educators will share successful rural drop-out prevention strategies in a free webinar 1-2:30 p.m. EDT, Thursday, July 23 online.
Clemson University experienced a record year in fundraising, enabling the school to exceed its annual goal and to surpass the $900 million mark in its current $1 billion capital campaign.
Clemson University trustees approved an operating budget of $989 million for the 2015-16 academic year, including tuition, room and board fees at the board’s summer meeting in Greenville.
An administrator with degrees in library science, public administration and American studies has been named dean of libraries at Clemson University. Mary Margaret “Maggie” Farrell, dean of libraries at University of Wyoming since 2002, will join Clemson in mid-July.
Clemson trustees have given pre-concept approval for university officials to move forward in evaluating plans to design a building to replace programming in Sirrine Hall on campus.
Clemson University trustees Friday approved the initial concept plan to replace and upgrade the main campus electrical distribution system. The project is estimated to cost $75 million, to be paid for with maintenance and stewardship funds and state institution bonds.
Clemson University President James P. Clements joined Clemson Mayor J.C. Cook to present an outline of the “State of Clemson” Tuesday.
Clemson University’s Robert J. Rutland Institute for Ethics has named its annual award in honor of the university’s 14th president James F. Barker, who stepped down last year after 14 years and returned to the architecture faculty.