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  • Clemson University to expand portfolio of projects that give students real-world experience By Paul Alongi

    Clemson University’s engineering and science majors will have more opportunities to apply classroom knowledge to the real world as part of a new effort beginning this month.
    Randy Collins has been named executive director of academic initiatives, a newly created position in the College of Engineering and Science. He was previously the college’s associate dean of undergraduate and international studies.

  • Clemson students head to Africa to help save lives By Wanda Johnson

    CLEMSON — A team of Clemson University students is traveling around the world to reach people in desperate need of medical equipment on the eastern coast of Africa. The group will spend two weeks in Tanzania as part of Clemson’s unique Creative Inquiry (CI) program-interdisciplinary undergraduate research combined with engaged learning. The Designing Medical Devices […]

  • Gimbel to lead Clemson public health sciences department By Melanie Kieve
    Ron Gimbel has been named chair of the public health sciences department at Clemson University.Ron Gimbel has been named chair of the public health sciences department at Clemson University.

    Ron Gimbel has spent his career leading efforts to educate United States military health care professionals. Now, he is bringing that expertise to Clemson University, where he has been named to chair the public health sciences department.

Research


  • Clemson University bioengineering center lands $11 million for tissue research By Paul Alongi
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    Clemson University has been awarded $11 million to expand a bioengineering center that helps mentor junior faculty members as they research how lab-grown tissue can treat some of the world’s most debilitating diseases, ranging from heart disease to spinal cord injuries.

  • Science on Tap: It takes a village to raise an engineer By Brian M. Mullen
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    Explore the latest ideas in science and technology with Clemson University professors and researchers during “Science on Tap,” a monthly gathering for inquiring minds at a local coffee house.

  • Clemson students head to Africa to help save lives By Wanda Johnson

    CLEMSON — A team of Clemson University students is traveling around the world to reach people in desperate need of medical equipment on the eastern coast of Africa. The group will spend two weeks in Tanzania as part of Clemson’s unique Creative Inquiry (CI) program-interdisciplinary undergraduate research combined with engaged learning. The Designing Medical Devices […]

Economic Development


  • Clemson’s SCE&G Energy Innovation Center rated LEED Gold By Dawn Anticole White
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    Clemson University’s South Carolina Electric and Gas (SCE&G) Energy Innovation Center at the Restoration Institute in North Charleston has been awarded LEED Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council.

  • U.S. Department of Commerce invests $2 million in CU-ICAR incubator By John Gouch
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    U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker Wednesday announced that the Department’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) is awarding a $2 million grant to build the Research One building at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR).

  • Clements to help set business, education agenda By Cathy Sams
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    When more than 50 leaders of Fortune 500 companies, national education associations and major colleges and universities convene to discuss how business and higher education can collaborate on workforce development and economic competitiveness, Clemson University will — literally — have a seat at the table.

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  • Pee Dee research center to hold tobacco field day By Peter Kent

    Tobacco may have lost its allure, but hasn’t lost its value. Clemson University researchers and Extension agents will hold Tobacco Field Day July 10 at the Pee Dee Research and Education Center (REC) near Florence.

    In 1928 South Carolina growers grew 148,000 acres of tobacco. In 2013, they grew 14,500 acres. But, tobacco still is a top crop in profit per acre in the state. It brings in more than $60 million a year. Tobacco is produced primarily in 14 Pee Dee counties in the northeastern part of the state.

  • Clemson field day offers latest lessons on watermelons By Tom Hallman
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    BLACKVILLE — The unofficial emblem of summer — the watermelon — gets a special day in the sun July 10 when Clemson Universtiy’s Edisto Research and Education Center hosts a field day for farmers of the crop.

  • Clements appoints two interim deans at Clemson By Cathy Sams
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    Two interim dean appointments were announced Thursday by Clemson University President James P. Clements, both effective July 1.

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