Kaitlynn Lewis has taken a different path to reaching Clemson than most 21-year-olds. The junior business major is planning to parlay her life's lessons and entrepreneurial skills she's learning at Clemson into a career of helping others.
In what has become a tradition, six Clemson University students successfully demonstrated their diplomatic skills recently at a Model United Nations conference in Prague, Czech Republic, and their efforts were recognized by bringing home one of the event’s top awards.
It was 150 years ago on April 9 that Robert E. Lee surrendered the last major Confederate army to Ulysses S. Grant, marking the end of the Civil War. Abraham Lincoln was shot and killed less than a week later. Clemson University’s Abraham Lincoln and American South expert Orville Vernon Burton discusses the legacy of Abraham Lincoln, popular misconceptions and his impact on South Carolina.
Retired Clemson University Extension agent Terry Sudduth and long-time Edgefield County farmer James Dorn Jr. have been named to the S.C. Dairy Hall of Fame.
The Air Force Association recently selected Clemson University’s Air Force ROTC Detachment 770 the Outstanding Air Force ROTC Unit in South Carolina for the 2014-2015 school year.
Propelled by top-three finishes in nine individual events, the Clemson University Forestry Club placed second overall for the second straight year at the 58th annual Association of Southern Forestry Clubs Forestry Conclave hosted by Mississippi State University.
Clemson University doctoral student Christie Sampson frequently travels to remote regions of the world to work to reduce the conflict between humans and wild animals.
Clemson University students have begun shadowing doctors in South Carolina’s Upstate as part of a new program that is aimed to help students decide whether they want to pursue jobs in health care.
Robert B. Powell has been named George B. Hartzog Jr. Endowed Professor in Philosophy, Parks and Environmental Ethics at Clemson University.
For Michelle Butler, a Clemson University senior majoring in food science, life is about making healthy choices. She has chosen her major and future career as a dietitian to help others learn to make their own healthy choices.
Two Clemson University faculty members are receiving a grand total of $1 million in funding as part of the nation’s highest honor for scientists and engineers in the early stages of their research careers.
June Pilcher, Alumni Distinguished Professor in Clemson University's psychology department, recently was named a candidate to the prestigious Fulbright Specialist roster of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and the Institute of International Education’s Council for International Exchange of Scholars.
The director of Clemson University's Sonoco Institute of Packaging Design and Graphics has been named chair of the graphic communications department in the College of Business and Behavioral Science. Charles “Chip” Tonkin takes on this new role in addition to his current duties.
A professor with deep experience in engineering education and a passion for increasing diversity has been named to one of the top positions in Clemson University’s College of Engineering and Science.
Retired U.S. Army Col. Beverly N. (Ben) Skardon, 97, survivor of the Bataan Death March and beloved alumnus and professor emeritus of Clemson University, will walk 8.5 miles in the annual Bataan Memorial Death March on the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico March 22. This will be the eighth time Skardon has participated in the event.