With its unique blend of disciplines, the College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities immerses students in both the abstract and practical activities of human imagination
Once forgotten in the evolution of martial arts, longsword dueling is making a comeback in these hills. Clemson Longsword is situated in a larger, worldwide resurgence of medieval martial arts.
Senior performing arts major Gabriella Lourigan (2016), who is from Irmo, traveled to the American West this summer for a “life-changing” summer as a carpentry apprentice at the Santa Fe Opera in New Mexico. At the end of the summer, Lourigan was awarded the Agnes M. Canning Apprentice Award. Read about Lourigan’s journey by going to: http://newsstand.clemson.edu/?p=125280
Playing in Tiger Band is Jeannie Brown's life-long dream, and there was no way she was going to let her age — she’s 41 — or her job — she’s a full-time RN — get in the way.
Clemson University will host the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Regional Ethics Bowl Saturday. The competition will take place in Daniel Hall beginning at 9 a.m. The final round will begin at 4:30 p.m. in the Hendrix Student Center, with the awards ceremony and a reception immediately following at 5:45 p.m. The public is invited to attend.
Some of Clemson University’s most-honored fiction writers and poets will read in a campus benefit for Loaves & Fishes at 7 p.m. Nov. 18 in the Self Auditorium at the Strom Thurmond Institute in Clemson.
Clemson University’s graduate architecture program once again has been named among the nation’s best in an annual ranking of accredited programs in the U.S.
As a Clemson alumnus who came from a long line of successful and knowledgable businessmen, R. Roy Pearce '41 decided to craft a plan designed to strengthen Tigers' writing, critical thinking and problem-solving skills. So in 1989, Roy and wife, Margery "Marnie" Pearce, donated $1.5 million to Clemson University to endow the Pearce Center for Professional Communication. Thanks to the Pearces' vision, Clemson students have access to pivotal assistance in all areas of communication.
CLEMSON – Stephen B. Fitzmaurice, assistant professor of interpreting, has won the Golden Hand Award, a prestigious national award for American Sign Language (ASL) given by the National Association of the Deaf. Fitzmaurice was honored for his work with the S.C. Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. The award is presented to individuals for exemplary […]
CLEMSON — Lillian “Mickey” Utsey Harder has been awarded an Arts Engagement in American Communities grant of $10,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). This grant will be matched by an equal amount of $10,000 from private donors for a total of $20,000. Harder is director of the Brooks Center for the Performing […]
TOWN magazine and the Community Foundation of Greenville have awarded Clemson University President Emeritus James F. Barker its Education Spirit Award.
Think of it as a life-size LEGO house. Only this more-than-8,000 piece set isn’t available in stores. At least not yet. But if Clemson University and Fine and Small Homes in North Charleston have anything to do with it, DIY energy-efficient modular housing might actually become a thing of the future. Clemson faculty and students envision homes like Indigo Pine – the university’s prototype energy-efficient modular home which is being showcased this month in the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon in Irvine, Calif. – being the future of housing in years to come.
A group of Clemson students and professors have spent the last two years designing and building a three-bedroom, low-environmental-impact, net-zero, solar home — called Indigo Pine — that is put together like a jigsaw puzzle. And it has a very distinctive Southern feel — front porch included.
While at Clemson, each student can make it possible for four families to have a home of their own.
A team of Clemson University students and faculty will unveil their innovative new solar home on a national stage in Irvine, California, this week as judging begins in the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2015.
Clemson architecture professor Anjali Joseph and her multidisciplinary team of researchers and clinical specialists have received a research grant from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) to create a learning lab focusing on the design of a safer, more ergonomic hospital operating room.