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Tall fescue is a popular grass used for grazing, hay and erosion control in the eastern United States, but one Clemson University expert believes this grass could be responsible for more than $1 billion per year in livestock production losses.
Julie Summey, doctoral student in the Clemson’s public health sciences department, was recently chosen as one of three finalists in the American Public Health Association’s student research competition. She presented her research at the association’s 2016 annual meeting in Denver, Colorado for the section entitled “Present and Future Statistics in Public Health.” Summey’s study was […]
The combined resources of the MBA program and the Arthur M. Spiro Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership are delivering real-world business lessons to Clemson University classrooms across all educational disciplines on campus. The MBA program in Greenville is leveraging its connections in innovation and corporate circles to assist the Spiro Institute in launching an Executive Experience […]
Clemson University graduate instructor Adam Coates and a boisterous class of forestry students recently visited a sprawling Upstate farm to learn about the latest scientific findings on the restoration of the American chestnut in southern climes.
U.S.News & World Report has ranked the Clemson University College of Education among the best online education programs in the nation in 2017. The college’s online education program ranks 10th in a highly competitive list of online graduate education programs for its Master of Education in Teaching and Learning.
A team of Clemson University researchers and an Upstate businessman believe they can help make football a little safer by creating a facemask that can help reduce the severity of head injuries by increasing overall helmet protection.
CLEMSON — This new year, physical fitness expert Kellie Walters has advice for adolescent resolving to make changes to their appearance: focus on being healthy and strong and don’t worry about weight or looks. “Remember, there are many different body types,” Walters said. “Standardizing body image inevitably creates the impression there is a right way […]
Clemson University doctoral candidate Abby Lawson is helping lead a tracking study that could be instrumental in understanding how to effectively manage alligator populations.
Mengmeng Zhao, a graduate research assistant and Ph.D. candidate in Clemson’s food technology department, received the 2016 Student Package of the Year Award from the Association for Dressings and Sauces (ADS).
College Choice, an independent college and university rankings organization, has cited Clemson University’s College of Business as having one of the nation’s top undergraduate degree programs.
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A highly accomplished doctoral candidate who has been described as relentless in the lab and has studied under a high-ranking engineer in India’s Department of Science and Technology is the recipient of a fellowship that pays for a full year of graduate school at Clemson University. Monsur Islam, who is pursuing a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering, received $20,000 as the winner of the Hitachi High Technologies America Electron Microscopy Annual Fellowship.
Clemson University ’84 graduate U.S. Air Force Gen. John “Jay” Raymond has been promoted to the rank of four-star general, making him the highest ranking military officer to have graduated from any Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program at Clemson.
To help meet the expected high demand for graduates in agriculture, the Clemson College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences will hold its first-ever Ag Leadership and Advocacy Event to introduce students and others to the various job opportunities available in agriculture.
A $250,000 contribution from an auto supplier that recently moved its North American operational headquarters to Greenville will help give Clemson University’s automotive engineering students a financial boost. The contribution from JTEKT North America Corporation creates an endowment that pays for annual fellowships benefiting automotive engineering students.