The College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences offers students opportunities that range from manipulating the molecular structure of biological systems to building products and even improving food and human health.
Clemson University is playing a lead role in a months-long effort to reintroduce an ancient breed of sugarcane to Sapelo Island, where the first successful commercial production of the towering grass took place in the United States.
Brittany Avin received her Bachelor of Science degree in genetics with a minor in science and technology and a Bachelor of Science degree in biochemistry with honors at Clemson University's May 8 Commencement. Then she received the Norris Medal, which is awarded annually to the graduating senior judged the best all-around student by the Scholarships and Awards Committee.
Amber Hackler, a biochemistry major who graduated from Clemson University May 8 with honors, was recognized at the graduation ceremony with the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award, one of two given to Clemson students.
Susan Guynn’s course is designed to teach the fundamentals of hunting, including safety, wildlife biology and behavior, and how to clean and handle prey after a hunt. Hunting has taught Guynn patience, humility, and an appreciation for nature and the circle of life, traits she hopes the women in her class walk away with.
CLEMSON — Every spring semester, the graduating seniors in the Clemson University National Scholars Program honor their professors with the Award of Distinction. This year three professors in the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences have been selected for three out of the eight awards given. Cheryl Ingram-Smith, an assistant professor in the department […]
Clemson University fruit specialist Guido Schnabel earned national recognition for helping fruit growers across the East Coast manage disease.
All four of the Clemson nominees for the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering received the award this year.
Nearly 3,000 Clemson University students received degrees Friday in commencement ceremonies in Littlejohn Coliseum.
A fruit specialist who linked growing strawberries and peaches to the digital age has earned Clemson University’s highest agricultural honor. Guido Schnabel, professor of agricultural and environmental sciences, is the 2015 recipient of the Godley-Snell Award for Excellence in Agricultural Research.
A summer online course for teachers explores fun and creative ways to teach nutrition and physical activity to South Carolina students.
Take a moment to meet six Clemson seniors and see where they're headed after graduation.
Two College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences graduate students fast-talked their way into winning awards and cash. Nathan Redding won $400 for first place and Francesca Stubbins won $200 for third place in the Clemson University Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) research communications competition.
The Clemson University Arthropod Collection, a 90-year-old catalog of South Carolina’s biodiversity that holds approximately 1 million insect specimens, will be expanded and modernized thanks to a $505,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
As enigmatic as it is deadly, "pine decline" has many Southern timber owners wondering whether the condition may be damaging their investment. South Carolina timber owners and land managers will be able to get the latest information on the problem at a daylong workshop May 6 in Leesville.
Two longtime Clemson University administrators are moving from interim to regular appointments, university officials announced Wednesday.