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.
Clemson University and SCRA have announced a new collaboration that will virtually connect innovation centers across the state, with SCRA becoming the first South Carolina Founding Innovation Partner for the university’s Watt Family Innovation Center.
Clemson University has received a $2.4 million gift to support student recreation areas and programs from David and Lynette Snow of Darien, Conn. The university’s recreation area on S.C. Highway 93 in Oconee County will be named the Snow Family Outdoor Fitness and Wellness Center.
Clemson University trustees approved measures to improve campus facilities and infrastructure and heard enrollment, fundraising and administrative reports during their fall quarterly meetings on campus.
Clemson University has suspended an online Title IX training module to further review the content.
Clemson University is now ranked among the top 20 national public universities, according to U.S.News & World Report’s annual guide to “America’s Best Colleges” for 2015.
Clemson University trustees approved a $956.2 million operating budget for the school for FY2014-15 at their quarterly meeting on campus.
Clemson University’s “The Will to Lead” capital campaign has surpassed the $800 million milestone.
To his long list of Clemson University roles – from student to Clemson Dad – Professor Emeritus and BB&T Scholar of Economics Bobby McCormick will now add the title of interim dean of the College of Business and Behavioral Science, effective July 16. McCormick will succeed Charles Watt, who is taking on a new assignment as founding director of the Watt Family Innovation Center, currently under construction.
An innovative international company in furniture and organic workspace design and products is partnering with Clemson University’s Watt Family Innovation Center, now under construction in the center of campus.
Clemson University trustees learned that a record number of 20,600 freshmen applications for a fall class of 3,200 have been submitted to the school. The trustees are on campus this week for quarterly meetings.
Clemson University employee Steven H. Crump, CPA, of Anderson has been named associate vice president and controller. He succeeds Charles Tegen, who has been controller for 25 years and with the university 35 years. Tegen will continue as an associate vice president working on strategic tasks and goals.