President and Mrs. Barker take a moment to thank everyone who gave to the Barkers Scholars Endowment, which will provide unrestricted need-based scholarships to deserving students for years to come.
The South Carolina Lowcountry’s primary provider of electricity, together with the nation’s largest utility, joined Clemson University today to dedicate the world’s most advanced energy systems testing and research center. The world-class facility was named the SCE&G Energy Innovation Center during a dedication that marks the beginning of groundbreaking research, education and innovation at the Clemson University Restoration Institute (CURI) campus. SCE&G supported the center with a $3.5 million gift.
Space Shuttle astronaut Frank Culbertson will present Clemson University student Brenden Roberts with a $10,000 scholarship from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation during a public presentation during Thursday's Clemson vs. Georgia Tech football game at Memorial Stadium.
The generosity and careful planning of two former Clemson University retired employees -- Edward L. and Virginia Abbott Jackson Stanley -- have resulted in a $380,000 scholarship fund for students in mathematical sciences.
One of South Carolina’s longest-established private foundations has underscored its commitment to medical science in the Palmetto State by funding an endowed chair in genetics research at the Clemson University Center for Human Genetics.
Students, faculty and alumni will celebrate the rich history of Clemson University throughout the month of November. Coined the “Month of Milestones,” the university will host several public events that honor significant landmarks in Clemson’s early history.
Clemson University’s Center for Visual Arts is expanding its scope regionally due to a $100,000 commitment from the Community Foundation of Greenville.
Clemson University alumnus Maurice “Butch” Ferree and his wife, Joy, have created a charitable remainder trust valued at more than $1 million to benefit students in the university’s College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences.
South Carolina will greatly increase its role in world-class genetics research through a partnership that represents a cornerstone of economic development in Greenwood County.
Clemson University’s presence in downtown Greenville soon will have a new home in the ONE Building, thanks to a gift of office, classroom and storefront space valued at more than $9 million from the partners of Greenville ONE: Hughes Development Corporation and GAB Properties LLC.