Feature Stories From Clemson University
Leslie Sanders will cap an extraordinary chapter in the Clemson "family" history when she graduates Aug. 5 with a materials science and engineering degree. She will be the last in a line of seven — yes, seven — brothers and sisters from the same family to earn a diploma from the venerable South Carolina institution.
Rapid technological advances have given researchers access to more data than ever before, and Clemson University’s Advanced Visualization group wants to give those researchers better insight into their data using cutting-edge equipment and high-performance visualization. “Visualization is the ability to be able to see your data, to actually see what’s happening within your data,” said […]
Jasmine Fields didn’t know what to expect when she signed up for Emerging Scholars, the college-access program, but once she stepped foot on Clemson’s campus, everything changed for the Allendale native.
During his undergraduate career, not only did Patrick Andrews excel in the classroom, but he also excelled on the baseball field. Currently a graduate student at Clemson, Andrews’ academic and baseball talents still reign strong.
Professor Anjali Joseph’s research focuses on looking at the relationship between architecture and health and how the design of the environment impacts our health and well-being.
When class ended, John McAdams packed his computer into a backpack and joined a group of students who were filing out of Freeman Hall and heading to Palmetto Ballroom for lunch. McAdams and the other incoming freshman in his class had begun their Clemson University education more than a month before the official start of […]
Students' classrooms during the six-day trip to NYC are a mix of the city’s concrete canyons, boardrooms, receptions and networking venues.
The Barker Scholars Endowment was established in 2013 to honor Clemson’s 14th president, James F. Barker. The endowment, which provides need-based scholarships for undergraduate students, has made a difference in the life of Jarrett Miller ’17 — a student who always had his heart set on Tigertown and fortunately, has not had to put his college plans on hold.
After nearly seven years of service, Clemson’s bomb-sniffing dog, Doc, is retiring.
Clemson's Coastal Research and Education Center, in conjunction with the Carolina Gold Rice Foundation, continues to expand efforts to revive nearly extinct crops tied through the centuries to the South.
Brad Cohen views the Graphic Communications course, GC3400 as a game changer in his academic journey at Clemson University. The videography course, taught by lecturer Erica Walker, opened Brad’s eyes to a career in graphic communications he never would have considered until he stepped into the Godfrey Hall studio class this past spring semester. This […]
Holding a brain during an autopsy or creating a full knee replacement is usually left to the professionals, but Stephen Patrick got to experience all of this and more as a Clemson student.
Serita Acker is working to expand two programs that help encourage diverse groups of students to study science, technology, engineering and math– and stick with it once they start. Acker began working with the programs PEER and WISE in 1995 and now serves as director over both organizations. PEER stands for Programs for Educational Enrichment […]
Three new historical markers are one way Clemson is trying to give a more complete and accurate public accounting of its history in the wake of a national movement on university campuses to acknowledge connections to slavery, segregation or other practices and viewpoints inconsistent with current institutional values.
Amy Ingram, Ph.D., has a game plan for teaching business strategy, and it appears to be working with students in her Management 4150 class. The assistant professor in Clemson University’s business school has had students in her upper-level strategy class competing on an international cyber stage. They managed a digital camera company through an electronic […]