Clemson’s College of Engineering and Science is known for a strong emphasis in collaborative research and career preparation.
Connor Bolick Design and Entrepreneurship Network (DEN) student Connor Bolick spent his spring and summer semesters in Singapore in search of innovation and entrepreneurship. Bolick, a junior computer engineering major, traveled to Asia as part of a Clemson University Exchange Program and took classes at Nanyang Technological University (NTU). The courses will be applied toward […]
Nic Marais graduated with an MS in Bioengineering in August 2015. He joined The DEN in 2014 with the goal of taking his undergraduate design project to the next level. What he got was much, much more. Question: What does innovation mean to you? Nic: Innovation is an idea that most STEM students are believed […]
Faculty co-founder of Clemson University’s Design and Entrepreneurship Network (DEN) John DesJardins recently attended the annual 3-Day Design and Entrepreneurship Education Workshop at Coulter College in Miami. He served as a co-leader and educator. DesJardins is a co-founder of this nationally acclaimed program, where university students and faculty are immersed in the design and entrepreneurship […]
What do you get when you combine DEN instructors, caffeinated high school students, a regional incubator facility, and shake for 2 weeks? Answer: The LemonADE Stand. The LemonADE Stand is a two-week course for high school students dedicated to teaching the fundamentals of design and entrepreneurship with a community twist. The “ADE” stands for “Accelerating […]
Clemson Be True: Calling Changemakers for Clemson, the nation and the World! How can you be true to your vocational purpose? How do you find your place in the system and acquire skills to become a changemaker on campus and in the world? This fall, in addition to what The DEN can offer, consider linking up […]
DEN students and faculty joined with Clemson University President James P. Clements to deliver a letter of commitment to President Barack Obama as part of the first-ever White House Demo Day. In this letter, Clemson committed to expand innovation and entrepreneurship education offerings and programs. The goal is to enhance the economic potential of colleges […]
BMW has extended its long history of investing in the students of Clemson University with two $50,000 gifts to the Call Me MISTER and the German language programs, respectively.
Two faculty members from the College of Engineering and Science were named Alumni Distinguished Professors, and a third won the Prince Award for Innovation in Teaching at this year’s Victor Hurst Convocation, an annual ceremony that opens the school year. Since 1962, the Clemson Alumni Association has named Alumni Distinguished Professors to recognize and support […]
Clemson University President James P. Clements told a group of dignitaries at BMW headquarters in Germany that the university’s partnership with the automaker is flourishing more than a decade after it was first announced in 2003. “I look forward to nurturing it and watching it continue to thrive,” he said. Clements led a Clemson team […]
Clemson University researchers are building what could be the first app to search photos and videos for signs of cyberbullying as experts grow concerned that defenses are falling short in the face of changing technology.
Contrary to media hype, there are no prospects of manufacturing perovskite solar cells for large scale manufacturing.
Aaron Gordon has been getting the education of a lifetime over the last seven months, but his “classroom” is more than 1,200 miles from Clemson University’s campus. A junior majoring in civil engineering, Aaron has been overseeing efforts to provide clean water and sanitation to communities in Haiti’s Central Plateau as part of Clemson Engineers […]
A Clemson University center where researchers work to advance sustainable energy was named a “Global Best Project” by a leading engineering magazine. The SCE&G Energy Innovation Center is receiving an ENR 2015 Global Best Projects Award from the Engineering News-Record. The competition identifies and honors the teams behind outstanding design and construction efforts during the […]
A medical device that has advanced to the second stage of a high-profile design competition was created by Clemson University bioengineering students.
The nearly 1,500 clients spread across Greenville County include the sick and injured, those who are recovering from surgery and senior citizens who have trouble preparing their own meals. Unable to leave their homes on their own, they have sought the help of Meals on Wheels of Greenville. The nonprofit dispatches a corps of volunteer […]