Feature Stories From Clemson University
A class assignment brought results beyond what was anticipated by students in Clemson University’s latest Marketing 3020 class. Students in the latest iteration of the consumer behavior course engaged in a service learning project that not only earned them class credit, but opened their eyes to the impact telling one’s story can have on a person.
With the help of a $25 million federal grant, scientists and stakeholders from 18 institutions – including Clemson, the CDC and Food and Drug Administration – have been working together to develop improved tools to better understand and control foodborne viruses.
WINSTON SALEM, North Carolina – In 2006, Ashley Rickey graduated from Clemson University with a B.S. in microbiology, a degree path she chose as the foundation for a medical career. Rickey knew from her high school days that she wanted to be a physician, so it was no surprise when she began medical school at […]
Ever think about the food you eat? This Tiger does. As a child, he picked peaches each summer on his parents’ farm. Today, he conducts research on them as well as a variety of other fruits and vegetables. Consistent with Clemson’s land-grant mission, this Tiger shares best practices with farmers and educates the public – […]
Students at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) unveiled their newest Deep Orange concept vehicle, sponsored by the BMW Group. The 18-student team unveiled the fully-functional, drivable concept vehicle at the BMW Zentrum in Greer, South Carolina, on Saturday, Oct. 14.
The annual Habitat for Humanity homecoming build on Bowman is about more than building a house, it's about building a home!
DeAvin Rencher is a fixture at Uptown Barbers in Central. But he's not a customer or barber. He's a special education major at Clemson University and Call Me MISTER student who works with kids through the Razor Readers program.
Geneticist making strides in understanding a complex disorder affecting canines and humans.
Clemson University soil and water specialist Dara Park spent two weeks in West Africa this summer teaching farmers in the country of Guinea-Conakry how to boost productivity amid pressures from poor water quality and soil fertility. Most farmers in the country must relocate their farms every three to five years because the land becomes devoid of nutrients.
Where will you go? Head to the Study Abroad Fair on Wednesday and see where in the world you could study.
History professor Rod Andrew took a group of students to France and Belgium to analyze the events of D-Day and the Battle of the Bulge. The students came back profoundly affected.
The transition to college isn’t easy for many students. As a military kid, this Tiger went through more transitions than anyone. Today, she works to ensure that each and every student has a smooth transition by enhancing the Clemson Family programs.
When Sonia Sotomayor came to the Brooks Center on Sept. 14, President James P. Clements noted that it was the first time a sitting justice of the U.S. Supreme Court had spoken on the Clemson campus. But on this day, Justice Sotomayor made sure there was very little sitting. Sotomayor moved through the packed house of more […]
I studied in Brussels with eight other students as a part of Wainscott’s European Crossroads program. The city was the base from which we explored much of Belgium.
Shakin' the Southland: Growing up, this Tiger was told that he would never make a living from his music. Today, he does just that.