Feature Stories From Clemson University
The University is grateful for a generous woman's gift which will benefit the expansion of the library's materials and ensure that the Cooper Library is able to offer the best services and support to the Clemson community.
We asked Clemson students, friends and alumni what the best piece of advice they'd give to incoming students. Here are their top six answers.
The Clemson Players used bottles, plastic, and other items to create the (under)world of Eurydice.
Once again, Clemson saw record numbers of students applying to become Tigers. Take a minute to look at who will be next to us in this “sea of orange,” as we call it around here.
If you want to know how busy Scott Husson has been, take a look at the bulletin board outside his Earle Hall office. Eleven research papers are pinned to the board, all published in the print editions of academic journals in 2014 or 2015. Husson’s name is on every one, making him one of the […]
Get the inside scoop on the largest building program in Clemson history.
Two Clemson administrators traveled to Anaheim, Calif. in July for a very special reunion of the Walt Disney All-American College Band at the Disneyland Resort.
CLEMSON – At the beginning of the 20th century, an insidious fungus – imported from Asia and destructive to American chestnut trees – began an airborne march across 200 million acres of eastern woodlands. From Maine to Florida, an estimated 4 billion chestnut trees succumbed to the infestation, notoriously known as the chestnut blight. By […]
Brooke Hunnicutt Lance ’00 and Paul Parker ’89, M ’98 shook President Barack Obama’s hand, met White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Director John Holdren, and discussed education policy with members of Congress and educational policymakers. The two were in Washington July 29-31 to receive the 2015 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics […]
Shari Furman refuses to blend in with her surroundings and is an electrical engineering major with an interest in bioengineering — an ambitious combination that she chose simply because she didn’t want to limit herself to one discipline.
To say Niratcha (Grace) Tungtisanont has a personal stake in the research she’s conducting at Clemson University is an understatement. A native of Thailand, the Clemson Ph.D. candidate in business management is researching better ways to recover from the economic and human devastation that often accompanies natural disasters. And the former Miss Earth-Thailand has witnessed […]
Nancy Bunch said that when she suffered a stroke, she lost the ability to lift one of her arms. The simplest of tasks, such as picking up a pencil, were but a memory. Then a therapist asked Bunch to try using a new video game, “Duck Duck Punch,” as part of her recovery. She punched […]
The Robert B. and Susan B. Hambright Annual Leadership Program in Engineering grants engineering students the ability to further their leadership skills and pursue opportunities that they would have never deemed possible.
One of the many strengths Clemson University’s highly ranked graphic communications program prides itself on is the hands-on experience students receive. Nowhere was the program’s success with that approach more evident than at a competition in Nashville this spring. A team of seven Clemson students was declared the overall winner in the Phoenix Challenge College […]
New products ranging from airplane wings to devices that pump blood through the heart could make it to market faster thanks to the research that Leo Rebholz is doing at Clemson University. Rebholz, a professor of mathematical sciences, develops equations that describe how various systems behave. His work helps researchers develop more accurate and efficient […]