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Lin Zhu is receiving $1.4 million from the Department of Defense to address one of the central factors that keep diode lasers from becoming efficient, high-energy weapons. Zhu, an associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, said his goal is to produce a light beam that has high power but that also goes in one […]
Clemson University selected eight students for the 2017 National Scholars Program, the university's most selective academic merit program.
Lisa Benson of Clemson University is beginning to make plans for her five-year term as editor of the Journal of Engineering Education, the nation’s premier publication for research in the field.
Kate Gasparro said that when she thinks about her success, she goes back to the first conversation she had with fellow Clemson University alumnus Bob Hambright. Gasparro remembered she was applying for a leadership award that bears Hambright’s name when he impressed upon her the importance of self-examination, a lesson she took to heart. She went on to win the Norris Medal, the highest honor for an undergraduate at Clemson, and is now a Ph.D. student at Stanford University.
The bells were ringing atop Clemson University’s Tillman Hall, but the people choosing which notes to play were tapping a keyboard and listening from an arts festival in downtown Greenville.
Clemson University began awarding degrees to spring semester graduates Thursday morning at the first of four commencement ceremonies at Littlejohn Coliseum.
The award winners were: Molly Kennedy, Sez Atamturktur, Garrett Pataky, Amy Apon, Ronnie Chowdhury, John DesJardins and Simona Onori.
Clemson University will present approximately 3,400 degrees in four commencement ceremonies this week in Littlejohn Coliseum.
Those last moments as a Clemson student can be a bittersweet mixture of nostalgia, excitement, anxiety and pride.
Clemson University President James P. Clements praised faculty and staff for a successful year at the semester-ending General Faculty Meeting Tuesday.
Graduation is a time for celebration, nostalgic recollections and acknowledgment of academic achievements. All of which are solely focused on the graduate. After conducting over 100 student interviews, Clay Morton and Bre Przestrzelski, two soon-to-be graduates of the Clemson bioengineering, found that graduates were interested in shifting some of this focus to others. GRADitude is […]
Atlanta attorney Janine Anthony Bowen is the first woman to receive the highest honor bestowed by Clemson University’s College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences. Bowen was among three engineering alumni inducted into the Thomas Green Clemson Academy of Engineers and Scientists in a ceremony Thursday night at the Madren Conference Center.
When an MUSC breast cancer surgeon looked for a faster, easier and less invasive way to locate tumors during surgery, she turned to Clemson. Two senior bioengineering students created a device to detect the titanium markers, potentially eliminating a step in breast cancer surgery.
One of the nation’s top honors for graduate students is going to eight from Clemson University, putting them in the same club as several Nobel Prize winners, Google co-founder Sergey Brin and “Freakonomics” co-author Steven Levitt. The students are receiving Graduate Research Fellowships from the National Science Foundation.
A group of high school students recently visited Clemson University to learn how to program the robotic arms they built in a dual-enrollment class at Denmark Technical College. The visit gave the students an opportunity to work with Clemson engineers and to tour campus. The eight students are enrolled in a Denmark Tech mechatronics dual […]