Clemson University has received a $2.4 million gift to support student recreation areas and programs from David and Lynette Snow of Darien, Conn. The university’s recreation area on S.C. Highway 93 in Oconee County will be named the Snow Family Outdoor Fitness and Wellness Center.
The ClemsonLIFE (Learning is for Everyone) program will have additional growth opportunities thanks to a $100,000 gift from Clemson alumnus Bob Stanzione and his wife, Kaye.
A little bit of rain didn’t dampen spirits as Clemson President James P. Clements visited the university’s Belle W. Baruch Institute of Coastal Ecology and Forest Science on Hobcaw Barony near Georgetown. Dr. Clements sunnily greeted more than 100 Clemson guests, scientists and students during his stay to attend a lunch, dedication and Baruch Institute tour. After […]
Joe and Cathy Turner are a Clemson couple, through and through. The two credit the University for bringing them together, something for which they are forever grateful.
A $500,000 grant from the Bosch Community Fund will establish an endowment in perpetuity for automotive-engineering fellowships that are aimed at diversifying the workforce and inspiring the next generation of engineers and scientists.
The Clemson University Class of 1964 celebrated its 50th anniversary reunion Friday by presenting $1.046 million to the university. This brings the total of gifts by the class members over the last 50 years to almost $16 million.
An innovative international company in furniture and organic workspace design and products is partnering with Clemson University’s Watt Family Innovation Center, now under construction in the center of campus.
Clemson University and Adobe will work together to enable campus-wide access to Adobe’s world-class Creative Cloud tools for all Clemson faculty, staff and students, effective immediately.
Clemson University will soon begin expanding a building to make room for rapid growth in the industrial engineering department and will pay for the addition in a way that minimizes the impact on taxpayers and most of the student body.
Clemson University students will benefit from scholarships, additional experienced faculty and new state-of the-art classroom space thanks to the continuing investment of alumnus Joe Erwin and his wife, Gretchen.
CLEMSON, S.C. — Clemson University’s Call Me MISTER program has received $1.3 million from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF) of Battle Creek, Mich., to collaborate with Jackson State University (JSU) to increase the number of African-American male teachers in Mississippi K-8 classrooms. Clemson’s Interim Provost Nadim Aziz made the announcement Friday as representatives from the […]
As a student, young alum Suzanne Pickens was an active part of campus. Now as an alumna, she wants to give that same opportunity to students for generations to come.
A $1 million gift to Clemson University ensures that two legacies that began in the early 1900s will benefit current and future students. In 1938, Frank S. Barnes Jr. of Rock Hill began his freshman year at Clemson College. He followed his father, F.S. Barnes Sr., who graduated from there in 1915. The Sheep Barn was built on campus at the turn of the century.
A new partnership will establish formal collaboration among genetic researchers and Clemson University faculty at the Greenwood Genetic Center and Self Regional Healthcare, expanding an already successful working relationship.
Toyota Technical Center, the North American research and development arm of Toyota Motor Corp. , will sponsor the sixth-generation innovative Deep Orange program, a vehicle prototype designed and conceived by automotive engineering students at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR).