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  • 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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  • Experienced leader takes helm of fast-growing School of Computing By Paul Alongi

    A former associate dean with several years leadership experience has begun a new job as the director of a fast-growing Clemson University school that prepares students for jobs in a variety of computer-related fields. Eileen T. Kraemer is the new C. Tycho Howle Director of the School of Computing.

  • English professor appointed editor of leading scholarly journal By Jeannie Davis
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    Clemson University professor R. Barton Palmer has been named editor of South Atlantic Review, the official journal of the South Atlantic Modern Language Association. Palmer’s appointment is effective Aug 1.

  • New role positions Clemson for success in health services By Brian M. Mullen
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    Clemson University professor Windsor Westbrook Sherrill has been named associate vice president for health research at Clemson and chief science officer at Greenville Health System (GHS).

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  • Regional junior cattle competition set for Garrison Arena By Rebecca Dalhouse
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    Where’s the beef? It will be at T. Ed Garrison Arena Aug. 1 to 3. Nearly 150 young people will show off their prize cattle and beef-industry smarts at the annual Junior Beef Round-Up.

  • 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.

  • International trade at stake as delegates meet at Clemson University By Paul Alongi

    International trade in ceramic tile was at stake recently when delegates from 15 countries met at Clemson University to develop new standards for a building material that’s easy to take for granted but covers floors, walls and countertops around the world. Decisions made at the Madren Center were expected to influence the global tile business at a time when the U.S. industry is bouncing back from years of factories moving overseas.

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  • Regional junior cattle competition set for Garrison Arena By Rebecca Dalhouse
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    Where’s the beef? It will be at T. Ed Garrison Arena Aug. 1 to 3. Nearly 150 young people will show off their prize cattle and beef-industry smarts at the annual Junior Beef Round-Up.

  • Clemson to host state beekeepers meeting By Tom Hallman
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    The South Carolina Beekeepers Association holds its annual summer meeting at Clemson University this week, offering training and information for commercial beekeepers and newcomers to the business.

  • Clemson’s Carolina Clear receives national award By Peter Kent

    The Clemson University Extension Service’s pollution prevention and watershed protection program has received a national award. The Universities Council on Water Resources honored the Carolina Clear program with council’s 2014 Education and Public Service Award.

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