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  • Researchers get $1.25 million to advance carbon storage
    Brian M. Mullen | November 21, 2014

    Clemson University researchers and their partners at Georgia Institute of Technology, UNAVCO and Grand Resources Inc. received a $1.25 million award from the Department of Energy to develop technology that will significantly improve the ability to monitor and safeguard geologic carbon storage.

  • Scientists find Blue Ridge is recovering from historical row-cropping, Piedmont lags
    Jonathan Veit | November 18, 2014

    A study by Clemson University researchers indicates that the Blue Ridge region of South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia has made great strides towards ecological recovery from late 19th and early 20th century row-cropping, but that historical row-cropping continues to cast a long shadow over the ecological health of the Piedmont region.

  • Peachy! Clemson part of $10 million fruit research project
    Peter Kent | November 17, 2014

    Clemson horticulture and genetics researchers are part of national team of scientists working on economically important fruit crops. The USDA has awarded the first year of a $10 million, five-year competitive grant, of which Clemson will receive $1.2 million.

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  • Clemson to host national conversation on board diversity
    Darlene Fuhst | November 18, 2014

    Clemson University's facility Greenville One will host a discussion of 2020 Women on Boards at 5 p.m. Thursday. Catherine Heigel, general counsel for Elliott Davis is the keynote speaker.

  • Ballato selected for national higher educational leadership academy
    Michael Laderman | November 17, 2014

    Clemson University professor and senior administrator John Ballato has been accepted into the pilot cohort of the Academy for Innovative Higher Education Leadership.

  • Students, faculty and entrepreneurs participate in Clemson’s first Startup Weekend
    Dustin Wilson | November 11, 2014

    CLEMSON — More than 125 participants attended last weekend’s 54-hour event where developers, designers, marketers and product managers came together to launch startups. Beginning on Friday night, participants pitched ideas, formed teams, developed business plans and created basic prototypes. Participants who developed startups during the event had the opportunity to collaborate with like-minded individuals outside […]

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  • Researchers get $1.25 million to advance carbon storage
    Brian M. Mullen | November 21, 2014

    Clemson University researchers and their partners at Georgia Institute of Technology, UNAVCO and Grand Resources Inc. received a $1.25 million award from the Department of Energy to develop technology that will significantly improve the ability to monitor and safeguard geologic carbon storage.

  • Legacy Day and induction of donor into the Fort Hill Legacy Society
    Ashley Hedrick | November 20, 2014

    Clemson University has inducted Robert P. “Pat” Jenkins of Greer into the Fort Hill Legacy Society, which honors donors posthumously for leaving $1 million or more to the university in their estate plans.

  • Clemson withdraws application for design approval
    November 19, 2014

    Clemson University has withdrawn its application for the City of Charleston's Board of Architectural Review (BAR) approval of the design for the Spaulding Paolozzi Center, which will house Clemson’s Charleston-based architecture and historic preservation programs.

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  • Clemson Ethics Institute names award for President Emeritus James Barker
    Robin S. Denny | November 20, 2014

    Clemson University’s Robert J. Rutland Institute for Ethics has named its annual award in honor of the university’s 14th president James F. Barker, who stepped down last year after 14 years and returned to the architecture faculty.

  • Scroll of Honor adds Great War veteran
    Kelly Durham | November 19, 2014

    Clemson University’s Scroll of Honor, comprised of alumni who died on active military service, recently added its 485th name. Carlos Golightly Harris was added to the Scroll following an extensive vetting process conducted by the Clemson Corps. Harris died in 1926 of complications from wounds suffered during World War I.

  • Professor elected national Council for Exceptional Children president
    Melanie Kieve | November 18, 2014

    Clemson Alumni Distinguished Professor of Special Education Antonis Katsiyannis is president-elect of the Council for Exceptional Children, the world's largest special/gifted education professional organization.

Events


  • Students’ array of historic poinsettia varieties brighten holiday in Greenville
    Ken Scar | November 24, 2014

    Visitors to Greenville’s Westin-Poinsett Hotel this Christmas season will have the opportunity to take a walk through horticultural history that is linked to the hotel’s namesake thanks to 10 Clemson University horticulture students.

  • Annie Moses Band rings in the season at the Brooks Center
    Thomas Hudgins | November 20, 2014

    The Annie Moses Band's innovative sound has delighted audiences around the world and they’re ready for the holidays at Clemson University's Brooks Center for the Performing Arts.

  • Sigma Nu chapters are running the game ball to Clemson
    Emily Meeks | November 20, 2014

    Clemson’s chapter of the Sigma Nu Delta fraternity is teaming up with the chapter from the University of South Carolina Thursday for the annual Sigma Nu Game Ball Run. This tradition, which began in 1977, consists of running the football to be used in the annual Clemson-South Carolina football game 138 miles from Columbia to Clemson, or vice versa.

Public Service Activities


  • Peachy! Clemson part of $10 million fruit research project
    Peter Kent | November 17, 2014

    Clemson horticulture and genetics researchers are part of national team of scientists working on economically important fruit crops. The USDA has awarded the first year of a $10 million, five-year competitive grant, of which Clemson will receive $1.2 million.

  • S.C. farms among nation’s most profitable
    Scott Miller | November 13, 2014

    South Carolina’s farms are outperforming the nation’s historically agriculture-rich communities in the Midwest, a recent study on farming profitability shows.

  • S.C. military families connect through Clemson Extension
    Scott Miller | November 13, 2014

    South Carolina military families have a partner to help deal with the stresses of frequent deployment, relocation and separation.

Tri-County News


  • Students to kick off 30th Blood Bowl competition with USC
    John Gouch | November 13, 2014
    A blood mobile on the Clemson University campus sets up for the Clemson-USC Blood Bowl

    Clemson students will kick off the 30th Clemson/USC Blood Bowl Monday to help save lives and collect more blood donations than USC in the annual competition.

  • Craig S. Wilder to lecture on race history in higher education Wednesday
    Jeannie Davis | November 11, 2014

    Craig S. Wilder, author and professor of American history at M.I.T., will speak at 5 p.m.Wednesday at Clemson University's Tillman Hall. Wilder will discuss his groundbreaking book, "Ebony & Ivy: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America's Universities."

  • Clemson announces MLK commemoration speaker
    Emily Meeks | November 10, 2014

    Brian L. Johnson, the seventh president of Tuskegee University, will be the keynote speaker for Clemson University’s 2015 Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Service Jan. 20, 2015.


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