The newest addition to the Clemson University Fire Department, a fire truck with a 100-foot ladder, is gearing up for action.
Noted author and university President Walter M. Kimbrough will be the keynote speaker at Clemson University’s 35th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Service at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts.
Clemson University again has been named to Kiplinger’s personal finance list of 100 best values in public colleges. Clemson, the highest-ranked school in South Carolina, is No. 24 nationally for in-state students for the second consecutive year.
Clemson University awarded approximately 1,300 degrees at graduation ceremonies in the refurbished Littlejohn Coliseum Thursday. The degrees included 1,028 bachelors and 255 masters. In a hooding ceremony Wednesday, 60 doctoral students received their Ph.Ds.
Clemson University President James Clements applauded high-profile accolades for the school, celebrated the completion of multiple building projects, and highlighted accomplishments of faculty and staff during the first semester under a new college structure during the school’s general faculty meeting Wednesday.
Clemson will hold its graduation ceremonies in the refurbished Littlejohn Coliseum Thursday.
Clemson University is launching a major initiative to foster a more inclusive, supportive, and diverse South Carolina. On April 27-28, 2017, Clemson’s Office of Inclusion and Equity will present its inaugural Men of Color National Summit to help close the achievement gap for young men of color with the promise of new opportunities through higher education.
The Calhoun Honors College at Clemson University is ranked among the top 10 honors colleges in the nation by Public University Honors in its latest ranking of honors colleges.
Clemson celebrates its ranking as the nation’s 20th highest producer of African-American undergraduates receiving baccalaureate degrees, according to the magazine Diverse Issues in Higher Education.
Business leader Cheri Marie Phyfer has been named to the Clemson University board of trustees, effective Dec. 5.
Clemson University announced today that it has earned the Military Friendly School designation for the second straight year. The designation is awarded to universities, community colleges and trade schools that are doing the most to embrace military students and dedicate resources to ensure their success both in the classroom and after graduation.
The first Clemson History in Plain Sight event will be held on Bowman Field from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 14. The event will feature a talk by Class of 1995 alumnus Eric Young, a descendant of Thomas Fruster and Frances “Fannie” Benson-Fruster, who were both slaves and workers of school founder Thomas Green Clemson.
Clemson University has received the largest grant-in-kind in its history from Siemens, a global technology company, with software the company has provided at a commercial value of $357,224,294.
Clemson University students will work with cutting-edge design equipment, software and tools for years to come, thanks to Esko (www.esko.com), a global supplier of integrated solutions for the packaging, labels, sign and display industries with worldwide headquarters in Ghent, Belgium and Americas operations based in Miamisburg, Ohio.
Clemson University is celebrating its annual Military Appreciation Week culminating with multiple events Saturday as the Clemson Tigers host the Syracuse Orange in Memorial Stadium. Among the observances will be the awarding of Purple Hearts to two Upstate veterans before the game.