One, two, three… five, six, seven. That’s the eight-count beat many instructors use to teach beginners a hot and very popular dance move. The four and eight count are a given and you can find out why Saturday at sunset when Clemson University students, faculty, staff and surrounding communities unleash the “rhythm of the night” at the amphitheater for "Salsa at Sunset."
He is known for his big smile on the anchor desk at CNN Sports. He also is known as the swift moving former NFL player for the Buffalo Bills and Atlanta Falcons. This Friday and Saturday, Coy Wire will be known for both roles as he reports live from Clemson University on CNN/HLN’s "Morning Express with Robin Meade."
Clemson University is a recipient of INSIGHT into Diversity magazine’s 2017 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award. The national honor goes to U.S. colleges and universities that demonstrate inclusive excellence.
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Clemson University professor Donald Liebenberg is making rounds with national media, talking about his many adventures studying total solar eclipses.
A sunlit sky turns pitch dark in the middle of the day as the moon moves between the Earth and the sun: a total solar eclipse. The last time such an eclipse occurred over Clemson was June 24, 1778. Now, 239 years later, Clemson University researchers prepare for the Aug. 21 coast-to-coast eclipse.
The South Carolina Broadcasters Association (SCBA) awarded seven Clemson students scholarships.
More than 1,600 college students, government officials, community activists, educators and industry leaders from 24 different states are joining approximately 400 African-American and Hispanic male ninth- through 11th-graders from Greenville, Spartanburg, Pickens and Anderson counties, as well as schools along the Interstate 95 corridor, at the inaugural two-day Men of Color National Summit in Greenville, South Carolina, Thursday and Friday.
The South Carolina branch of the Atlantic Institute will honor Clemson University Chief Diversity Officer Lee Gill during its annual awards and friendship dinner at 6:30 p.m. April 20 at Furman University’s Younts Conference Center.
WYFF News 4, the top ranked station in South Carolina’s largest media market, will broadcast live from the Clemson University campus on Election Day (Nov. 8). Clemson students will work in the Social Media Listening Center (SMLC) in partnership with WYFF to monitor social media conversations surrounding the presidential election as it happens on election night.
Clemson University will host “Clinton vs Trump: The People Speak,” a live, interactive webcast on the presidential race at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Watt Family Innovation Center.
Seniors working in Clemson University’s Social Media Listening Center are examining hot-button issues related to the 2016 presidential election as they play out on social media.
As the 2016 presidential election heats up, Clemson University’s Social Media Listening Center (SMLC) and WYFF 4, the top-rated television station in South Carolina’s largest media market, are teaming up to analyze social media conversations playing out online in the months leading up to Election Day.
WYFF News 4, the top-rated television station in South Carolina’s largest media market, and Clemson University’s Social Media Listening Center (SMLC) are joining forces Tuesday night to monitor social media conversations surrounding the elections in South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia.
Clemson University communication studies students launched a new blog, Pawlitics, to highlight their partnership with WYFF News 4, the Greenville-based NBC affiliate. Using Clemson’s Social Media Listening Center (SMLC), students are tracking social media activity surrounding the midterm election, including races in South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia.